Bridging Communities


Joining Generations


Evolving Learning Environments


Producing Concrete Results


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Supporting Athletic Excellence




Our  full-service in-house design team  offers architectural, engineering and construction design services. We pride ourselves on developing constructable designs using the latest design technologies. Whether you are remodeling an existing office space or looking to expand your company by constructing a new facility, our team can provide you with the quality and service you deserve.

General Contractor (GC)

Since 1978, Garco has provided quality construction related services to a very diversified client base. Our team emphasizes communication and integrity, exceeding expectations of those we serve and maintaining a teamwork perspective with all those involved. We have a long list of in-house capabilities and self-perform many aspects of our projects.

GC-Construction Management

Our project management team is trained to manage projects ensuring that our clients receive the desired result on-time and within the established budget. Due to the diverse capabilities of our staff, we have the ability to provide complete services from the conceptual phase of a project all the way through to the completion of the warranty period.


Since 1978, Garco has been building better communities, creating lasting value, and exceeding expectations. Our legacy is in the value of how our buildings serve our communities.






Garco has completed more than 2,000 successful projects. We work in a variety of industries such as education, government, civil, industrial, military, commercial, auto dealerships, multi-unit housing and more.


Do you have a design-build, construction or construction management project you need help with? We would love to learn more about your project and vision.
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“Central Valley School District has been very proud to partner with Garco Construction on two of our school projects recently and we are looking forward to a great partnership once again on the Ridgeline High School Project. Garco’s thoughtfulness and attention to detail in every aspect of our projects from design all the way through closeout is second to none. The schools that they have built for the district reinvigorate the heart of each neighborhood, and provide opportunities for students and families that beyond what was possible in the old facilities.  They understand their clients’ needs and work hard to make dreams come true.”

Jay Rowell, Central Valley School District Deputy Superintendent


Project Update: Trent Bridge

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Garco Construction is the general contractor for the Trent Bridge Replacement project. The State determined this bridge was due for removal and replacement. The Garco team has been working closely…

Garco Blood Drive Monday, September 20 – Sign Up Today

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OUR NEXT GARCO BLOOD DRIVE IS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 FROM 7:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Blood donations are needed now more than ever with the current COVID-19 healthcare impacts. Sign…

Toolbox Talk: Power Strip Uses & Hazards

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A power strip is a length of electrical sockets attached to the end of a flexible cable that plugs into an electrical receptacle. It is used where electrical appliances in…

Project Update: Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage

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The Cle Elum Fish Passage project reestablishes access for juvenile sockeye, chinook, and steelhead around the Cle Elum Dam. Garco Construction, Inc. (Garco) is constructing six intake structures that stack…


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