Holdsworth Construction is the only general contractor in the region that does its own framing, interior trim, and custom woodworking. Our expertise extends to high end custom homes, small to large residential remodels, and commercial building renovations.
Retirement dream home in Forest Highlands. HCI performed all of the interior wood work and even manufactured many of the parts in-house.
This project was a custom design new build with the owner as the interior designer. As always, all carpentry was self-performed by HCI.
This project is another great example of Holdsworth Construction’s dedication to their craft and the attention to detail that HCI is known for.
The Zoppath residence design is based on the desires of the owner and the specifics of this extraordinary lot. We designed the home to maximize views of the private golf course, lake and mountains as seen from the back of the lot.
HCI are experts at crafting custom design woodwork at a very high standard for both commercial and residential projects. Here is one project example showcasing HCI expertise.
The Tannatt residence was a project Holdsworth collaborated on with architect Candelaria Design Associates. The project was a departure for HCI with the contemporary design theme and modern exterior finishes.
6122 N 8th Ave
HCI designed and completed a full remodel of this 1950’s home located in North Central Phoenix. Several interior walls were removed to update and open up the floor plan as well as add an extra room to the home.
HCI completely designed and built this custom home and detached garage. The home includes custom trim work exterior and interior Arts and Crafts details, including the 48” wide front door all completed by HCI personnel.
Holdsworth designed and executed this bungalow style home based on the famous Greene and Greene design, the Gamble House in Pasadena, CA. HCI self-performed the custom cherry millwork and built all exterior and interior doors from an in-house design.
HCI added a complete, detached exercise building and removed the truss structure from an existing 2 car to add an additional 4 car on the ground level and add a guest house above. The Exercise Bungalow included an in-ground pool, steam shower and sauna.
HCI remodeled the kitchen, dining, and living room area of this Biltmore home. During the remodel, a large portion of the ceiling over the kitchen had to be removed to eliminate the dropped soffit. This required the addition of 6 new 8×12 beams.
HCI worked closely with a structural engineer to solve the many structural hurdles in order to make this project a reality. A 30′ section of the exterior wall was removed and expanded 6′ to extend the living, and dining room area of this Paradise Valley home.
HCI Built roughly 200 homes in the Ponderosa trails subdivision in Flagstaff from 2004 through 2009. This project consisted of remodeling the 2004 model home. The built-in cabinets and TV/Fireplace were custom built.
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