The revival of Normandy Park in the early 1950s opened the city’s doors to real estate developments, especially for the single-family sector. Continuing to shape, transform, and maintain that residential landscape today are the best general contractors in Normandy Park.

These professionals are the highest-rated builders in the region and are trusted by the industry’s most respected institutions. These builders also collaborate with leading designers and architects in the city to deliver work that puts importance on the client’s stylistic and functional needs. 

Maltom, Inc.

1901 SW 170th St. Normandy Park, WA 98166

Maltom opened its doors to the residential market over 18 years ago. The company builds custom homes, renovations, remodels, garage conversions, and Detached Accessory Dwelling Units (DADUs) across different Seattle communities. An example of the firm’s work is a remodeled kitchen that enjoys the bright palette of white walls and backsplashes. The bathroom’s dark wood base is an elegant contrast that adds a touch of sophistication to the space. The metallic gloss of its fixtures emphasizes its sleek, modern appeal.

Cofounders Margo Lakomski and Tom Lakomsi lead the firm’s everyday practice as CEO and builder, respectively. Under their guidance, the company has secured membership with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and other industry institutions.

DH Land Pros

5621 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98136 

DH Land Pros caters to the residential and commercial markets and provides a concept-through-completion delivery method. The firm specializes in remodeling, additions, fencing, and outbuilding construction. The company’s design-build approach allows it to produce thoughtfully designed spaces and intelligently chosen materials that cater to its client’s most specific needs. 

Principal Dan Hignit developed the company’s approach when he established it in 2013. One project in Normandy Park embodies what the company can offer as a residential general contractor. For this project, the firm was tasked with the complete interior and exterior remodel of a traditional-styled home. The firm transformed the traditional home into a contemporary-inspired abode that celebrates the dialog between the home and the surrounding lush landscape.

Handyman Rescue Team

113 Cherry Street, Seattle, WA 98104

Handyman Rescue Team focuses its services on remodeling, repair, and renovation of homes and offices spaces across Seattle and the Puget Sound. One of the highlights of its services is its lifetime workmanship guarantee. That promise assures clients that the firm stands behind the quality of its work, especially in covering post-construction defects. Using this delivery practice and customer-centered approach since its inception five years ago, the firm was able to secure a lifelong membership with the Master Builders Association (MBA). 

Travis Logan personally leads the firm’s projects. One example of his work is for a kitchen remodeling project that transformed an old, outdated room into a modern space. The kitchen features a full white color theme for its walls and cabinetry. Its backsplashes highlight a tapestry of tiles set in neutral tones. The dark wood flooring provides a contrasting palette to complete the room’s modern-traditional design. 

Julius Stewart Construction Services

919 SE 150th Street, Suite C, Burien, WA 98166

Julius Stewart Construction Services is an emerging construction company that delivers commercial and residential projects throughout the region. Amy Gundlach established the company four years ago. Gundlach is a second-generation builder and learned the fundamentals of general contracting and customer service from her father’s construction business. Under her leadership, the company provides remodeling and renovation services to mid-range and high-value clients.

The firm’s portfolio, especially for its residential work, highlights interiors inspired by the warm tones of classic design and the clean, minimalist elements of modern style. These spaces have one thing in common: they were designed and built according to the functional and style preferences of their homeowners. 

Ideal Building

22433 16th Avenue, Des Moines, WA 98198

Ideal Building provides a comprehensive service list that covers additions, renovations, and new home construction work. Principals Robert Martini and William Gehri apply a hands-on approach to every build. Since the firm’s inception over 25 years ago, it has catered to different residential markets and completed projects of varying sizes and levels of complexity. 

An example of its work is a kitchen remodeling project that puts emphasis on the nostalgic appeal of traditional craftsman design. Adding a touch of sophistication to the space is the granite countertop in this asymmetrical kitchen island. The sense of warmth is consistent throughout the room and enhanced by stained wood elements in the cabinets and flooring. 

MS Dynamic Construction

22433 16th Avenue S, Des Moines, WA 98198

MS Dynamic Construction Serves all of Washington as a general contractor and home builder. The firm, commended for its on-time and on-budget delivery, provides remodeling, additions, and renovations to homes that are in need of upgrades and redesign. These qualities are emphasized in reviews left for the company by its new and repeat customers. 

Established four years ago, the company showcases a portfolio of modern and contemporary interiors. These spaces are celebrated for their thoughtful designs and high-end finishes and fixtures. Sergii Malishchuk, partner and principal, leads the firm’s daily operations. Under his guidance, the company has developed a delivery method that stresses the importance of client-builder collaboration. 


  • Jake Gustafson

    Jake has served as Senior Editor at General Contractors and brings a wealth of experience rooted in his passion for building. Holding a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University, he actively engaged in industry-related activities, including membership in the Associated General Contractors of America student chapter and participation in the Associated Schools in Construction student competition. Previously, Jake served as a project engineer for a prominent general contractor in Portland, where he played a pivotal role in various aspects of construction projects, from pre-construction to subcontractor management. His expertise extends to working on innovative projects, such as North America's largest CLT commercial building. Expertise: Commercial Construction, Commercial Remodeling, Home Design and Build Key Highlights: Editor at General Contractors, Project Engineer for Portland-based general contractor, Field Engineer for the largest CLT commercial building in North America Education: Oregon State University, Degree in Construction Engineering Management