Helping Hands Food Bank

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Project Description

Helping Hands Food Bank had outgrown its original location and decided to build a brand-new facility consisting of 1,939 square feet of retail space, 1,048 square feet of office space and 6,513 square feet of warehouse space with a loading dock.

The new retail space is set up like a grocery store to allow clients to “shop” for what they need, which has reduced wait times for participants and allowed the food bank to serve a greater population of those in need. The administrative areas include offices as well as classrooms for job training and financial literacy classes.

This building was constructed of a slab on grade foundation with stick-framed walls, pre-fabricated trusses and T1-11 siding over structural plywood sheeting.

Chad Fisher Construction used all local subcontractors and suppliers for the project, many of whom graciously donated to the project. The project was delivered under budget.

I felt really good knowing Chad Fisher Construction was making the right decisions for us. They communicated every step of the way.
Rebecca Larsen, Executive Director, Helping Hands Food Bank

Specifications

Helping Hands Food Bank
Location: Sedro-Woolley
Project Size: 9,500 Square Feet

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Today, Chad, Dan and Duke continue serving the construction needs of the Pacific Northwest in the best way that they know how. Hard work, honesty, integrity, and family remain at the core of Chad Fisher Construction. These strong values are instilled in the Fisher name and have helped the company grow to where they are today. Chad, Dan and Duke look forward to the next generation’s continued commitment to quality work and strong relationships.
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