Strauss construction has a background in commercial contracting, construction, and management. Recent commercial jobs range from local clothing stores, fine dining restaurants, as well as a local chocolate shop.
Strauss Construction has worked in residential construction since 2003. Recent residential jobs include, home renovations, custom homes, and garages.
Strauss Construction was established in 2003 for commercial and residential contracting and construction. Over the years there have been projects that don’t fall in either of those categories. Recent construction jobs include, green houses, chicken coops, and outdoor showers.
From Architectural Digest 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Kitchen Remodel Before you tear down any walls, look at this list Text by Lindsey Mather Posted March 21, 2016 Architectural designer Peter Napolitano and decorator Thomas Britt transformed this Manhattan kitchen and dining area. The palette and repeated elements, such as the Read more about 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Kitchen Remodel[…]
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