Tiger Construction of Everson under new ownership

Tiger Construction of Everson changed owners but remains in the same family.

Brothers Ken and Steve Isenhart sold their interest in the company to Ken’s sons, Scott and Nick Isenhart, and Steve’s son Derek Isenhart.

Scott is the company’s new president. He started working for Tiger in 2004 after graduating from the University of Washington’s construction management program. Derek, the company’s new vice president, estimator and project manager, has civil engineering degrees from University of Washington and Colorado State University. Nick attended Washington State University and started at Tiger in 2006, according to a press release from the company.

Ken and his wife Marsha started the company in 1974 and focused on site work and civil contracting. Steve started at Tiger in 1985 and specialized in public buildings.

Tiger Construction’s past projects include Mount Vernon High School, Island Transit’s main facility in Coupeville, Meridian High School, and Laura Angst Hall at Skagit Valley College.

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