Sunapee Lodge

New Hampshire

Sunapee lodge, completed in 1999, is the central gathering place of one of New Hampshire's oldest ski resorts, located about 1-1/2hours drive north of Boston. The ski area has 60 slopes and trails for downhill skiers and two cross-country centers with more than 100 km of groomed trails. In the off-season, Sunapee Lodge and dining room hosts to weddings and other public gatherings.
Lahontan Golf Club


Lahontan Golf Club is one of Northern California's finest golf experiences. It also places you squarely in the center of Tahoe's tried tradition of stately family retreats. It's an approach to hospitality that allows the whole family to enjoy unparalleled luxury, the very best in amenities and service, and a setting that's among the finest in the world.

The Lodge at Suncadia


With 254 quest suites and penthouses, The Lodge's deluxe guest room, deluxe studio, one and two-bedroom units offer first class mountain lodging accommodations for vacation and conference guests, including comfortable family lodging.

Hoffstadt Bluffs Visitor Center

Mt. Saint Helens

The Hoffstadt Bluffs Visitor Center at Mount St. Helens is one of the largest post and beam structures on the West coast.  The lodge-like facility offers a family friendly restaurant, expansive gift shop, meeting rooms, and event space all overlooking the gorgeous Toutle River Valley and Mount St. Helens.  The visitor center is open all year.

Sasaoka Elementary School
Fukuoka, Japan


In the fall of 2001, we raised a school in Fukuoka, Japan. Job Captain, Dustin Martin, describes the project as "a great challenge throughout. The size and number of timbers made this one of the larger productions to come through Timbercraft."

Still, despite the large size of the project plus intense rain and heat while raising the school, the Sasaoka project went together very smoothly. The team putting the frame together was knowledgeable and experienced, making this an efficient project from start to finish.

When we completed raising the frame, we had a chance to show the kindergarten classes how their school had been built. Ryosei Kaneko, an accomplished timber framer who is experienced both in American and Japanese timber framing, helped on this project. Ryosei is considered to be an incredible and agile climber by those who work with him. Much to the kindergarteners' delight, Ryosei climbed all the way to the top of the frame for them. The children also learned about Timber framing and even had a little hands-on fun.

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