We are proud to say our work has been featured in the press. Here are a few examples of articles featuring some of our projects.


E.M. Thompson Building Renovated

The nearly 5,000 square foot building used to be the home of Ranch Records, before the record store moved to 117 NW Oregon Avenue on January 1 of this year. Lark will occupy the bottom floor, totaling 3,000 square feet and including a mezzanine, beginning September 21. Upstairs, the Tower Theatre Foundation has occupied the offices since February.

Home decor store to open in downtown Bend

Francis Senger, of Mission Building and Renovation LLC, did the work. The job entailed more than the Letourneaus initially anticipated, Scott Letourneau said. The building needed extensive rewiring and replumbing to bring it up to code, his wife said. “A lot of guys would have run the other way,” Karen Letourneau said. “He was all about it.”

GL Solutions software company plans to hire

The company in late March moved from the former Awbrey Butte Market to a second-floor space at the Bend Hardware Building, 856 N.W. Bond St., Burts said. Frances Senger of Mission Building and Renovation LLC, Bend, configured the 12,000-square-foot space for GL Solutions.

Apartments going up near COCC

A small apartment complex is under construction near Awbrey Butte, and the property owner hopes to have it completed by the middle of spring. The Debron Lane apartments, at NW Debron Lane and Summit Drive off of NW Mount Washington Drive, will feature nine two-bedroom units, each with a customized floor plan.


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