The Old Spaghetti Factory
Breathing new life into this historic building
Our own Steve Schoonover helped move this nearly 100 year old train station to its current location in the 1980s. With his previous knowledge of this building, we were able to complete the project within a tight timeline.
“When Old Spaghetti Factory's contractor failed, Bob called us for help. We stepped in and completed their new restaurant, on budget and on time.”
Carl Christianson, Superintendent and Owner
Bringing Custom Quality to Commercial projects
When the Old Spaghetti Factory told us their schedule, we knew that a team of Trim Carpenters would be necessary. We used our outstanding 30 years of building relationships with local subcontractors to bring in four Trim Carpenters to finish on time.
Extensive Experience in Commercial Construction
We understand the specialized design and construction needs of businesses and high-traffic spaces, such as ADA and fire code compliance. One of our specialties is the conversion of residential structures to commercial office space.
What our Clients are Saying
“G. Christianson Construction built a full size bookshelf and remodeled our floors (hardwood and tile). Work was incredibly professional and we have been incredibly happy with the finished product. Great company to work with.”
“We could not have been happier with our experience working with G. Christianson. Super organized. Professional. Super high quality work. Responsive. Kind and generous. We had one point of discussion that was handled quickly, professionally and with equanimity. Our kitchen remodel has changed our home, not only structurally but how we live here. And that could not have been done without the good folks from G. Christianson.”
Matt & May Nyman, CorvallisSee the Hillcrest Kitchen Remodel project
“It was a good experience. We have used them a couple of times. They did very high quality work and I would not change any detail. They were very responsive. We did not really have any problems with them. They were right on schedule towards completing the project but their price was a little bit high.”
Bart Eleveld, Corvallis