Radlander Progress

The Radlander cabin is under construction in the badlands of ND. It is designed for two families as their primary vacation spot to take full advantage of what the badlands has to offer. A couple of weeks ago we took a trip to Medora to help out with some framing and the hope of being able to do some riding on the rugged Maah Daah Hey trail. Although we never got around to shredding some single track, we were able to get the cabin dried in. 

We are extremely excited for this cabin to be complete and look forward to the joy it will bring the families who get to call this place their "vacation spot". With all the badlands and Medora have to offer, we are certain this will be a busy spot in the near future. Cheers and happy friday.

Agnew Farm House

Project Location: Moffit ND

Surrounded by trees to the north and old farm buildings, the Agnew Farmhouse naturally took shape to capture the expansive southern views of the prairie on which it resides. Inspired from the rural venacular of the property, the home was designed for an engaged couple looking to spend their days on the family farm. Built next to the original house on the property, a story of past, present, and future continues to be written.  The south facing porch is shaded by the upper level and offers easy access from yard to the heart of the home. North Dakota offers challenging weather, so naturally a south-west facing garage to melt the snow from the driveway is often required. This also allowed for the the garage to be hidden from sight as you approach the home from the NE. Respecting its surroundings, the home emphasizes modern design and simple farmer logic to create a home for the couple to begin their marriage and grow old together. Cheers to what was, what is, and what's to come...

General Contractor: Paramount Builders

Photos: Tim Anderson

Elm tree Progress

Last week we decided to take a trip up to New Town to check up on the progress at the Elm tree project. We took a road trip with the guys over at Paramount Builders. We were very thrilled to see how things were coming along. This has been a complex project in a remote location, which can make things hard to schedule. Things seem to be on track and we can't wait to show you the finished product. 

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