The Lions Rest is a Taylor Canyon rustic dream with reclaimed materials and stone anchoring the design. The Robertson family bought this old summer cabin for a retreat from the Texas heat, as well as a great place to kick their feet up and get away from the pressures of life. It was a house many said should be a "tear down" but with diligence and creativity the results are impressive.
BCB is pleased to be a part of the Gunnison County Courthouse project. We were contracted to reclaim parts from the original 1881 structure, including the Trusses and Tin Ceiling, and give them a new life in the replica of the original 1881 building. We were a key player in bringing the 1881 replica back to life and I'm proud to be a part of this exceptional project.
Sportsmans Liquor in Gunnison turned out beautifully! A real head turner - a real step up for Gunnison. Thanks to the Logan family for the opportunity to build this great structure. It was a pleasure to work with Kevin and Susan.
Also thanks for the amazing architecture, by Gary Hartman of Sunlit Architecture. sunlitarchitecture.net
The Griggs Orthopedics Building in Gunnison gives a classic old craftsman home a tasteful new look without compromising the original architecture. This remodel turned out beautiful. Best of luck to the GO team in their great new location.
The SG Cabin is a discreet gem off the beaten path above Lake City Colorado. Due to the private location the owners wanted to have an upscale cabin without looking overly enticing to the many passers by. With the broad use of barnwood this house has a warmth and comfort that invites relaxing and good times with friends and family.
A good portion of the roof structure was reclaimed joists from the old John Roberts Motorworks building in Gunnison.
The front door is a work of art from Tim Villanue of Spring Creek Woodworking. It is made from old California wine vats that the owner provided. It is some of the most beautiful wood I've ever seen - having a wonderful aroma it was a pleasure to work with.
We'd love to build a page for every job we do but thats just not realistic so here are few project pics from small jobs and projects which are very important to us as well.
The Monarch Maintenance Building is moving along nicely. Footers are poured. Upward and Onward!
Also Steve and Susan's addition is moving along. Micro piles went in perfectly and framing is underway. Smooth sailing!