How We Can Serve You

Why All Building Construction?

You want someone you can trust. Your project is in good hands with All Building Construction.


Mark has over 20 years of experience in the construction trades.


We strive to have good communication, clear invoicing, and the best quality.

Local Support

We volunteer to support local sports and youth group programs and care deeply about our community.

Custom Work

Homes and other buildings built from the ground up. Custom work of any kind whether it is an addition, remodel or new construction. We like the intricacies of anything unique.

New Construction

Turn key new construction tailored to fit your needs and project whether it is new residential or commercial less than 10000 sq feet, including apartments, duplexes, tenant improvement projects for retail and guest homes. We are open to you doing parts of the job such as painting, in order to save yourselves some money, so that is also something that can be discussed. We are here to make your dream home your reality.


Every remodel is different. There are unique traits and characteristics based on the era the home was built and the direction the client wants to go. Sometimes it’s as easy as changing flooring, or redoing the tile in the shower stall and others are completely gutting a part of the home in order to modernize and bring it up to date. A fun remodel project for us is any project that makes your space more functional for your family.


Fun additions for us are projects like adding a patio cover to your outdoor space so you can enjoy more time outside as our weather in Oregon changes. Or just adding more space to your existing home for the growth of your family. They can be challenging because you have to make the new construction match and flow with the original motif of the house. This is done by properly designing the roof lines which is the most difficult because of the different aspects like, making sure water does not pool anywhere and get trapped etc. The wall lines are also important in order to make sure that the home interior flows and functions in an efficient manner. To do this you need to use materials that are consistent throughout to achieve continuity. When an addition is done, you should think it was all a part of the original structure.