About Us

Co-founders Greg and Rose Christianson moved to Corvallis from Alaska in 1986. G Christianson Construction opened the same year.

Serving the Corvallis, Albany, Philomath area since 1986

G. Christianson was founded by Greg and Rose Christianson. In 2015, Greg's son, Carl, purchased the company. Today we have a strong team that holds to the same vision Greg established decades ago — to build sustainable homes of good quality, listen to our customers, respond to their needs, and treat them honestly and courteously.

Our Management Team

Carl Christianson

Owner/Superintendent

  • Button Arrow 20 years experience
  • Button Arrow Passive House Certified Builder
  • Button Arrow Construction Engineering Management degree - OSU - with Honors

Tanner Wood

Superintendent

  • Button Arrow 30 years experience
  • Button Arrow Construction Engineering Management - OSU
  • Button Arrow Passive House Certified Builder

Jon Christopherson

Superintendent

  • Button Arrow 35 years industry experience
  • Button Arrow Materials sourcing expert

Joshua Rowland

Superintendent

  • Button Arrow BS of Natural Resources - OSU
  • Button Arrow 18 years combined in Customer Services, Construction, and Conservation Education
  • Button Arrow Substantial Material and Product Knowledge

Want to join our team?

We value hard work and integrity at G. Christianson. We value our employees and try to make the work environment as fulfilling and enjoyable as we can.

What our Clients
are Saying

“Attention to detail, integrity, and a fantastic crew made our remodel so much easier. From the first through the last meeting, our team's guidance and care were greatly appreciated and helped us create the kitchen addition of our dreams. We would not hesitate to come back with another project.”

Mark & Mary Johnson, Corvallis, OR

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“We felt our ideas were listened to, incorporated, and enhanced in the final plans. Elizabeth did a nice job adding architectural interest with the arch above the stove and continuing that feature in the new opening connecting the living room to dining space. Eliminating the wall between dining room & kitchen allowed for a much better flow addressing our desire for a more spacious-looking interior without adding additional space. The hot tub cover is a special feature that enhances our ability to use it daily. And creating a space for the washer/dryer in the house instead of the garage was a real win. ”

Kathy Chafin & Steve Wyatt, Corvallis, OR

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“If you are like the majority of Americans you want to continue living at home in a familiar environment throughout your maturing years. Aging-in-place means living in your home safely, independently and comfortably, regardless of age or ability level.”

National Association of Home Builders, "What is Design for Independent Living?" Article

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