"Mountain Construction gives back to the Communities where we do business."

Corporate or Company-Sponsored Employee Memberships:


Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce.


Thurston County Chamber Thurston County Chamber of Commerce




Associated General Contractors of Washington



U.S. Green Building Council



AIA Southwest Washington



Design-Build Institute of America


Sponsored Community Activities and Organizations:

Mountain Construction sponsors a number of non-profit community and charitable organizations and events.   Other requests for cash or in-kind contributions to other causes are reviewed monthly by our Community Committee.  Requests from our non-profit clients and from other organizations with a direct affiliation to our employees and clients are considered for the resources available.

Click here for information about our community giving program and how to make a request.

National Rebuilding Day 
Saturday, April 25, 2009


Mountain Construction sponsored a home repair project again for Rebuilding Day 2009.  

This was our 4th year as a House Sponsor for Rebuilding Together South Sound, a nationwide, locally operated organization that coordinates volunteers to repair the homes of less advantaged families, especially elderly, disabled, and families with children.

Mountain Construction sponsors a House Project, and our employees volunteer their time and skills on Rebuilding Day.

This year we were teamed up with Apple Physical Therapy to repair the home of a single mom in Tacoma.  Repairs and maintenance included replacement of a 2nd floor deck and stair in the back, refinishing and reinstalling hand-railings, a new microwave oven, electrical repairs (thanks to Steve Curnow of Electric Systems, LLC), interior painting and major lawn & garden maintenance.

Thanks to our volunteers for contributing their time and skill:


Al Bennett, House Captain


Bob Boyer


Scott Carnahan


Steve Curnow (Electric Systems)


Dave Derrer


Tyler Derrer (Dave's grandson)


Dave Douglas


Andy Fredrick


Frank Gallian


Dale Kent


Dalin Kors


Marc Schimling


Brett Thomas, Volunteer Coordinator

Click here to view and download Rebuilding Day photos
or email Brett Thomas at

Tacoma Goodwill Industries

Smiling GoodwillMountain Construction is a Corporate Sponsor for their Annual Awards Breakfast.

Tacoma Symphony Orchestra Mountain sponsored performances for the 2005 - 2008 concert seasons.

Children's Therapy Center

Children's Therapy Center provides therapy and educational services to children challenged by neuromuscular delays and disorders, as well as training and community referrals for families.   Mountain Construction sponsors a variety of activities, such as sponsoring tickets to their annual fund-raiser auction.

Washington Business Week

2007 Construction Week

Mountain Construction sponsored WBW's first Construction Week, a week-long intensive summer residential course in construction and development for high school students at Central Washington University.  

Student "companies" (like the one shown at right) simulated residential and commercial developments from beginning to end: site selection, design, attracting investors, financing, permitting, construction and marketing.  Students also toured actual jobsites, constructed a concrete footing, and learned about various construction methods and materials.  

For more information about Washington Business Week and it's summer and school-year business programs for high school students, visit or call 253-815-6900.

Zoobilee   From 1996 to 2006 Mountain sponsored Zoobilee, the gala fund raiser for the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium.  We provided significant in-kind support in the form of labor and equipment to set-up and break down pavilions and other structures used during the summer black-tie event.

"Thank you so much for your help with Zoobilee events.  Your patience, professionalism and skill are truly appreciated" - The Zoo Society

Heidi Stead 

Courage Classic Bicycle Tour

Benefiting Mary Bridge Children's Hospital

Mountain Office Manager Heidi Stead annually cycles through the Mountains for for 3 days to benefit Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in the Courage Classic Tour, an amazing three-day bicycle tour through three Washington mountain passes. 

Local Broadcast of Building Big on KBTC Public Television

Mountain Construction provided KBTC, Tacoma's own public television station, with a grant supporting local broadcast of "Building Big," a fascinating historical and technological documentary about the construction of famous bridges, tunnels and buildings and domes.

Fox Island Playground Gazebo

fox island gazebo-finished.jpg (22919 bytes)Mountain Construction donated labor and equipment to construct and erect the primary structure for the Gazebo at the Fox Island Playground.

Fox Island Echo Chapel  Bell

bellout01.jpg (42262 bytes)Mountain Construction contributed a 20 ton crane and crew to the Fox Island United Church of Christ  to remove a 100 year-old church bell weighing 1,300 pounds from the 40 foot bell tower at the historic Fox Island Chapel on Echo Bay at 400 - 6th Avenue.

The congregation placed the bell in their new church on Island Boulevard.  The buildingbellontruck01.jpg (70706 bytes) and property of the Echo Bay landmark were purchased by the Fox Island Chapel Preservation Society; a non-profit community based organization with plans to operate the facility as a cultural and heritage center.  The historic site has been featured by John Curley on the Evening Magazine television program.

Browns Point Lighthouse Bell 

Brown Pt Bell.JPG (363512 bytes)For another historic bell project, Mountain provided a crane and crew at cost for removal of a 1,200 pound bell cast in the year 1855,  from the Fox Island Alliance Church for the Points Northeast Historical Society.

The bell originally rang at the Browns Point Lighthouse until 1933 when it was sold to the College of Puget Sound where it announced class changes.  In 1984 is was given to the church where it remained until Mountain removed it on July 25, 2000

The bell's new home is a restored pump house at Browns Point Lighthouse Park in NE Tacoma.

Winter, Season of Light

SOL Wall Done.jpg (35799 bytes)Mountain Construction provided a committee member as well as in-kind and cash contributions to the largest outdoor art exhibit ever commissioned in Tacoma.  The exhibit by artist-architect Iole Alessandrini opened December 31st, 1999 and ran two weeks in January 2000 before being destroyed by a severe wind storm. 

Other Community and Charitable Activities

bulletChildren's Home Society Golf Tournament
bulletWashington 4-H Foundation
bulletJeremy Patnoi (Project mgr) 2005 Kona Marathon to support American Stroke Society.
bulletJob Carr's Cabin, historical restoration
bulletFox Island Historical Society artifacts storage building
bulletPierce County Coalition for Developmental Disabilities GAPP Golf Tournament
bulletCystic Fibrosis Foundation Great Strides
bulletBlack Hills Junior Football League
bulletUSSSA Washington Baseball

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