We love a good challenge.

With 35+ years experience in the industry, we’ve seen enough to know that every project has its own unique set of challenges. For us, that’s part of the fun: figuring out how to overcome any existing challenges and deliver the home you’re dreaming of.

If you are just starting out with an idea for your project, we can talk to you in general about how to proceed and if necessary steer you towards our network of designers, architects and engineers .

If you already have plans or are working with an architect, we will discuss the plans with your team and talk about how Flying Point manages projects and then work to provide a realistic budget.

A well crafted renovation can transform your home.

A renovation is not just a construction project; it’s a chance to breathe new life into your treasured space and valued asset.

Whether it’s a whole house renovation, an addition, an exterior transformation, or a kitchen remodel, we thrive on challenge.

Our past projects include large additions, kitchen and bath remodels, custom design-builds of new homes, and a prominent historic restoration in Portland.

The craftsmanship and attention to detail your project deserves.

Every project is unique because it’s your project. Whether you’re remodeling, building an addition or building a new home, you’ve put a lot of energy into planning the finished space you dream of. We strive to work collaboratively with everybody involved in the process: architects, designers, sub contractors, and most importantly, you.

Flying Point Construction strives to accommodate your unique situation, for example, sometimes that means setting up a temporary kitchen or bath to allow you to carry on with your busy life while construction is underway.

When we are nearing the end of the job, it is music to our ears when we hear the customer say, “we are going to miss you guys when you are gone.”

A bathroom with a tub and a window overlooking the ocean.

A kitchen with white cabinets and black counter tops.

A bedroom with two large windows overlooking the water.