Hedin Construction has a rich history of providing outstanding construction services to the Pacific Northwest. 

The Hedin Construction legacy traces it’s roots back to 1906 when Nels Hedin emigrated from Sweden and began building in the Seattle area. 

Nels’s great grandson, Adam Hedin is committed to preserving the family legacy of providing industry leading construction practices that are solidly rooted in honesty, integrity, and quality craftsmanship. 

After earning a degree from the University of Washington, Adam began his career in the commercial construction industry working on numerous iconic projects in the greater Seattle area, including the renovation of the Seattle Opera House (now McCaw Hall), the construction of Lincoln Square in Bellevue, and the Olive 8 project in downtown Seattle. 

In 2014, with a growing family and desire to establish his own company, Adam revived the family legacy in Hedin Construction.   His mission to be a leader in residential and light commercial construction projects by sustaining the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, honesty and fairness in all aspects of the company.

Adam’s extensive background in construction management along with his hands-on ability to build gives him an advantage on any project. 

 

 

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