All smiles after our LO Iron Chef Cooking Competition disguised as our 2015 holiday party! Our crew broke up into three groups pitting our skills against each other knowing full well, there could only be one Iron Chef. Big thanks to all that came out. The food, drinks, and banter was amazing (special thanks to Santa for the quick visit). Our growing firm is looking onward to 2016!!!
Lund Opsahl is a one stop shop for contractors’ means and methods during the construction process, shown here is the Museum of Flight structure in assembly.
Namaste, thank you, from our community to Peter Opsahl, Scott Douglas, and Sabina Surana for briefing the SEAW association about the efforts and recovery of Nepalese people after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake on April 28, 2015. The prompt service of these American engineers to drop everything to give back to the world is truly remarkable.
Optimism Brewery is “Officially Open” on Capitol Hill at 1158 Broadway, Seattle, WA! For more information of the renovation process and seismic upgrade of the historic building to a modern day brewery, check out their website.
Our very own Peter Opsahl is presenting for SEAW on the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015. Peter had the unique opportunity to help a team of engineers evaluate post-earthquake buildings assessments in the devastated region. The seminar is scheduled for December 14, 2015 at 4-7:00pm, for more information see “Briefing on the 2015 Nepal Earthquakes.”
Photo courtesy of Ryan Monson
The Yakima Herald recognized the Cowiche Canyon Ice House and Bar with a great article: “Cowiche Canyon Kitchen claims two regional design awards.”
In addition, the The Daily Journal of Commerce also provided some great press as the “Project of the Week.”
Optimism Brewery is getting great reviews across the city. Capitol Hill Seattle Blog says: “Tech powered Optimism Brewing is the new king of beers on Capital Hill.”
In addition, KOMO news has published a pictorial piece “A massive, dog friendly brewery just opened in Capitol Hill”.
Lund Opsahl structurally transformed, Rein Fire Ranch, a 7000 SF pole barn to a seismically upgraded event space. Sistered trusses and bracing gives the heavy timber connections a unique rustic look. For move information on the Rein Fire Ranch see link.