Ken Jewell

Ken began his professional career as a heavy equipment operator, building logging roads for Warehouser. In addition to driving truck and trailer, he gained expertise in the operation of backhoe and bulldozer. After four years in heavy equipment operation and management, Ken and his wife Linda made a transition to chicken farming. Farm living enabled them to build a successful career without sacrificing their priority of family. Ken began as a farm property manager, and moved up the ranks to field representative for Peterson Fryer Farms and then Foster Farms. As a field representative Ken was responsible for overseeing the production of millions of fryer chickens across the state of Washington.
When Ken’s son Ryan approached him with the idea of starting a construction business in 2003, he became an integral part in building the company. They began in framing and building spec homes, and were known for their speed, efficiency, and clean lines.  Since then, they have expanded their service offerings to all aspects of new construction and remodel.

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