RGN Construction is a client driven company specializing in both residential and commercial new construction and remodeling projects of all sizes throughout Washington State.

RGN also has a small projects division that handles even the smallest of jobs. They can do everything from front door replacements, decks, handrails, kitchens, bathrooms, fire pits, outdoor BBQ’s, driveways, rockery landscaping, bulkheads, residing, wine cellars, to barns and much more.

With over 20 years experience in the construction industry Rich Nord (owner) and the RGN Construction team have earned a solid reputation for building with the highest quality workmanship, exceptional service, dedication, and within budget.

Whether you need help with your remodel projects, additions, general or emergency repairs, permitting services, annual maintenance, or a builder for your new home or commercial building, RGN is there for you.

Services Provided
Residential and Commercial remodeling and new construction projects of all sizes.

Areas Served
Western Washington; Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Mercer Island, King County, Snohomish County, Island County, Skagit County.

Certifications and Awards
2009 and 2012 SICBA Projects of the Year, NWAIA Honorable Mention, Built Green Awards
Contact: Rich Nord
Location: 7109 Woodlawn Ave NE Suite 204
Seattle, WA 98115
License Number: rgncol*990QA
Commented: Love the barstools! Where may I purchase them? Thanks!! These bar stools are great but they were purchased by the homeowner after construction was complete. My recommendation is to call around to furniture stores and ask if they can source anything similar....
March 3, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Commented: How were the steel plates secured...and is there a framing system? The steel plates are mounted by screws on the outside corners of the panels. The screws are countersunk into wood framing and then painted black to match the steel. Hope this answers your question.
February 25, 2015 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What is the see-thru material of the stair treads and landing? This staircase is amazing and unique. The metal mesh on the staircase was purchased through Metalistics in Everett, WA.
February 25, 2015 in Photo Questions  
RGN Construction commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: Love the barstools! Where may I purchase them? Thanks!!
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