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in Mountain Home Awards 2018, Mountain Homes by Sylas Wright A CHANGE IN ARCHITECTS MID-BUILD RESULTS IN A MORE MODERN, LESS MOUNTAIN MARTIS CAMP HOME In the field of custom home building, builders must be nimble, ever ready to adjust on the fly. There’s no telling when the design may veer from its original course. Such was the… Read more »
Product Monitor Thermally Modified Wood Heats Up the Siding Market The high-performance product, which has had success in Europe, is starting to make an impression on the U.S. market By Charles Wardell Although thermally modified decking and siding has been available in Europe for at least two decades, it’s a newcomer to U.S. and Canadian markets…. Read more »
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INSPIRATION BY DESIGN in Mountain Home Awards 2017, Mountain Homes by Alison Bender | Photography by Vance Fox Award: Outstanding Building Design: Scott Gillespie, SANDBOX Studio Builder: Mark Tanner Construction, Inc. Interior Design: Erin Martin Design Square Feet: 7,781 Year Complete: 2015 Oftentimes, a great home is the result of its team—the architect, builder and interior… Read more »
PUSHING THE ENVELOPE in Mountain Home Awards 2017, Mountain Homes by Sylas Wright | Photography by Vance Fox Award: Innovative Design Building Design: SANDBOX Studio Builder: Mark Tanner Construction Interior Design: Aspen Leaf Interiors Square Feet: 3,267 Year Complete: 2016 This was no run-of-the-mill remodel, despite the original intent. In 2014, Truckee’s SANDBOX Studio and Mark… Read more »
TRUCKEE, Calif. (Mar. 16, 2017) Truckee’s Mark Tanner Construction (MTC) caught the attention of BUILD Magazine recently, when the UK publication named it one of the top commercial and residential interior design firms in California. “We feel honored and thrilled to be singled out to receive this recognition,” said Jaime Carter of the MTC in-house… Read more »
The team at Mark Tanner Construction is proud that our custom interior finish work in one of our client’s homes provided the perfect, rustic mountain home backdrop for a Pottery Barn Kids catalog photo shoot.
Without Candidates to run for public office, the TDRPD board of directors appointed Mark Tanner to Serve a four year tem as Director. Mark begins 2016. General Manager Steve Randall Said, “The Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District is very excited to have Mark Tanner become a new board member for the district. Mark is… Read more »
This article appears in the Chronicle’s new home design magazine, Habitat, which premieres Sunday April 24. Surprise is the umami of emotions — a complex sensation that can sometimes turn your stomach sour if the proportions are ever so slightly off. Think of that surprise party that went disastrously wrong, or the unexpected proposal that… Read more »
Congratulations 2015 Winners! At the 62nd Annual Awards Dinner we brought together the business community to recognize and honor individuals and businesses that are doing it right, excelling, and rising to the top of the pack. Small Business of the Year (1-10 Employees) The Painted Vine Small Business of the Year (11-49 Employees) Advanced Asphalt Non… Read more »
A radio tower and tree trunk passageway are just two of this Martis home’s extraordinary features MERIT Award: Unique Features Building Design: Scott Gillespie & Cobus van den Berg, SANDBOX Studio Builder: Mark Tanner Construction Interior Design: Jaime Carter, Mark Tanner Construction Square Feet: 5,751 Year Completed: 2014 To say that Eric and Tarah Byrnes hit a… Read more »
Modern home requires detailed craftsmanship to pull off simple, elegant design Snow drifts solved John Sather’s problem. The Arizona-based Swaback Partners architect needed to soften the modern-style home Craig and Gina Jorasch wanted him to design in Truckee’s Martis Camp. Sather wanted to get away from the clinical straight lines and harsh, abstract look… Read more »
Truckee Donner Land Trust recognizes Mark Tanner Construction being a leading Business Partner in the most recent 2014 Summer Magazine
Mark Tanner Construction was recognized for being a, “Heavy Hitter” during the annual Truckee Day Clean Up June 7, 2014.
2014 Martis Camp recognizes Homesite 189 being completed Winter 2014. Architecture by Swaback Partners and Built by Mark Tanner of Mark Tanner Construction. The Home features a total of 4,909 Square Feet, a 3 car garage, great room, dining, kitchen, media room, master suite, three guest suites, bunk suite, pocket office, sleeping porch, and reading… Read more »
December 2013 Martis Camp Architecture Review recognizes completed Homesite 598 with Designer Scott Gillespie with Sandbox Studio and Builder Mark Tanner with Mark Tanner Construction. The home features 5,837 square footage, 2 car garage, great room, kitchen, dining, master suite, three guest suites, boys/girls bunks + baths, media/billiards/bar, sports library, exterior water feature, and… Read more »
2013 Mixed Use Award Award Winners Architect: SANDBOX, Builder: Mark Tanner Construction, Square Feet:875 (residential interior) 390 (deck space) ft The project taking this year’s Mixed-Use Award blends so well with Truckee’s historic downtown that one has to ask on seeing it the first time if it isn’t just one of the town’s old landmarks,… Read more »
Local Contractors always look forward to the annual CATT Christmas Party and Awards Ceremony It’s an honor to be nominated by your competitors for these prestigious awards. 2012 was a good year for Mark Tanner Construction. We were selected for two awards, Builder Of The Year and Commercial Project Of The Year. We were ecstatic… Read more »
Mark Tanner was recently interviewed by Moonshine Ink for a recent feature on Martis Camp Every summer weekday afternoon a flood of pickup trucks disgorges from the towering gatehouse that guards the road into one of the most coveted luxury home addresses in the nation. A motorcade of trucks draped in power tools and ladders… Read more »
The Last of the Steam Locomotives is scheduled to pass through Truckee for a second time in a couple of hours. Many of us were hard at work when it passed through a few days ago. You could hear it a mile away. Our whole office shook as the train made it’s way by, stopping… Read more »
Mark Tanner Construction was more than happy to donate to the Tennies and Tails fundraiser that was held over the Labor Day Weekend in 2012. In addition to our donation, our very own Rob Kylberg donated his artistic skills in creating the event logo Proceeds from the inaugural Fun Run/Walk will be put toward the… Read more »