The Paragon Project was a ground-up custom Post & Beam barn. It was designed to provide our clients with a new space to entertain and work on projects.
One of the biggest challenges for this project was unstable soil. The entire foundation had to be set on piers drilled 30 feet deep.
The Post & Beams are Douglas fir. Each beam was moved up a ladder system and set by hand. Crafted in the state of Washington, the main doors are made of CVG Fir with a custom metal panel patina finish. Each door measures 5.5’ x 11′ tall. Interior paneling was white-wash stained to maintain brightness throughout.
Marvin windows are used throughout the structure. Clerestory windows are remote controlled for ventilation. All electrical wiring was hidden by drilling through beams and channels. The standing seam metal roofing boasts a long lifespan and complements the metal panels of the main doors.
The structural interior slab has a radiant heating system incorporated throughout. With closed-cell spray foam, dense-packed cellulose, and a high-efficiency boiler for heating and domestic water, we were able to build one of the most energy-efficient barns in the area.