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Award-winning engineering, general and specialty contractor,
Applied Restoration Inc., is licensed to serve the Western States and Alaska.

We build it right
so you won't have to repair it later.

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Latest Projects

  • First United Methodist Church, Seattle First United Methodist Church, Seattle When you’re working 60 feet up in air, in the dome and the vestibule of a historically significant property like Seattle’s renowned First United Methodist Church on Fifth and Columbia, you better know your craft.

    Our decades of plaster and stucco work in climates damp and dry certainly qualifies; we take on the difficult plaster jobs that few are willing to warranty. That’s no problem here. Simply visit....
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  • Bellevue BMW Bellevue BMW A few years ago, BMW was looking to meet the new energy codes with respect to their aging retail locations. They searched far and wide to find the cladding that would meet the strict Federal guidelines for energy efficiency while maintaining the incredibly high architecturally attractive features that are a must. They chose E.I.F.S.!

    At that time, ARI’s Keith Simchuk was employed by a large EIFS manufacturer and personally worked hand in hand with the BMW design team that was responsible for the prototype that all future BMW locations were to be modeled after.
  • North Hollow in Portland, Oregon When you're in Portland stop by 15th and Taylor to see North Hollow, this beautiful building by SERA Architects blends right in with a quiet nod to the historic neighborhood. Public and private spaces are taking shape on our watch with multiple stucco textures and metal balcony accents. Here’s our own Keith Simchuk in action, keeping the crew safe and the stucco application worthy of our exacting standards.
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