The Historical Restoration of the Many Glacier Lodge Stairway was complete June 2017. The original stairs were built in 1915 and removed in the 1950’s. Redesigned to meet today’s building codes and still match the historical Grandeur.
This spiral is a slide made of 120 layers of Black Walnut. Next will be a spiral staircase for this job on the south shore of Flathead Lake.
Here is a professional photo of project that I completed in 2008
This Spiral Stair for a lake shore home to access the lake.
More of a Traditional Open Tread End style of Spiral, Free Span. Delivered to central Kansas
An interesting view of a Spiral Beam in the process of lamination.
This spiral staircase was completed summer 2014
Spiral Staircase delivered to British Columbia. This home is one of the finest crafted Timber Frames anywhere.
March 2014 A Grand entry for the Schollmeyers in North Dakota. Notice the curved second floor beams, engineered to carry a floating loft for a total open feel to this beautiful modern farmhouse. This staircase has 5″ wide beams 21″ tall. The width is almost 7′ at the bottom and 5′. More than 100′ of…