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Serving Spokane Since 1974

Giving Back to Spokane

Being involved and giving back to our community is and always will be a vital part of the success at Norman Construction. Building a stronger community is a benefit to all. Whether it be from donating and repurposing used building materials, or from contributing and helping with larger projects. Over the years we have enjoyed participating in many service projects. Here are a few of those projects.

This Old House Visits Spokane


Norman Construction sponsored This Old House on KSPS for 10 years. We were proud to bring Steve Thomas of This Old House to the Davenport Hotel in Spokane where he presented a behind-the-scenes slide show of This Old House.

Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for humanity

Jim Norman served on the Habitat For Humanity Committee and participated in the groundbreaking ceremonies on a home for a Vietnamese family along with Congressman George Nethercutt in 1998.

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Jim received award honoring his involvement with Habitat For Humanity in Washington, D.C - The Houses That Congress Built project in 1998.

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald mcdonald

In 1997, Norman Construction helped build an Enchanted Cottage Playhouse to raffle off for Ronald McDonald House.

The Tom Higgins Project

Tom higgins
Jon and T.J. Higgins watch remodeling work done by Jim Norman (left) of Norman Construction and Dean Bernal of Parsons Construction on Saturday.

In 2000, Norman Construction volunteers to remodel the home of a local man paralyzed in a sledding accident.

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Camp Fire USA Camp Dart Lo Shelter Project


Norman Construction helped build this preschool shelter in 1998 for Camp Dart Lo on the Little Spokane River.


Dedication of the new shelter for Camp Dart Lo on the Little Spokane River.

Ramp Project


In 1994, Norman Construction helped build a wheelchair ramp for a family in the Spokane Valley.

Wishing Star Project

Wishing Star Project Hot Tub Framing

In 2018, Norman Construction, along with members of the Remodelers Council, led a Wishing Star project for a little girl who was severely injured from her brain tumor surgery. An enlarged deck with a ramp for wheelchair access was built and a sunken hot tub was added for her aquatic therapy.

Wishing Star Project After

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