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Carl Christianson now President of G. Christianson Construction
Christianson Construction is pleased to announce that Carl Christianson became President of G. Christianson Construction on July 1, 2014. Greg Christianson, former President and father to Carl, is transitioning to Vice President. Greg will continue to work part-time for the company until he formally retires at the end of 2015.
Christianson Construction started in 1986 when Greg, his wife Rose, and their two sons moved to Corvallis from Alaska. They build custom homes and remodel both commercial and residential projects, small or large. They specialize in complex and environmentally responsible remodels and additions, as well as designing and building for those who wish to Age-In Place.
They also have participated in building and remodeling projects for various local nonprofits. They constructed the bridge at the Audubon Society’s Hesthavn Nature Center and have remodeled part of the farmhouse and barn owned by Greenbelt Land Trust at Bald Hill Farm. G. Christianson Construction is also a corporate supporter of the Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis.
Greg plans to travel, fish, and bird watch during his semi-retirement. He also hopes to volunteer at some local schools and with local environmental nonprofits. In his new role as Vice President, Greg is looking forward to mentoring their employees in carpentry and project management, as well as his son Carl, in the running of a successful construction business so G. Christianson Construction will continue to be a top-notch general contractor in the Corvallis area.