Since our beginnings in 1973 as a small construction company, the Gaspar's family has taken
great pride in making a difference in people's lives, one remodeling project at a time.
Today at Gaspar's a new generation has come of age, with design, build, handyman and management
professionals all working together under one roof. (Don't worry, it's a big roof.)
Hiring a design/build team for your project is a little like getting married. Successful partnerships require
a shared vision, the ability to give and take, a willingness to work hard and, above all, pleasure in the other's
company. Your home's integrity is at stake, and you'll want to get to know your prospective partner before saying "I do."
With that in mind, allow us to introduce the Gaspar's design/build professionals who will transform your vision
Finance and Operations Manager
Rich Gaspar with the original Gaspar’s van in 1973.
Paul Lambert, Sarah Henry, and Isaac Gaspar
Cathy and Rich Gaspar, Sarah and Chris Henry, Isaac and Jen Gaspar at the Women’s Funding Alliance auction –
Art of Dining 2017
From the onset, Rich Gaspar chose to build his construction company on the principles of respect, integrity and
an unwavering commitment to quality. As his business (and family) grew, Rich nurtured these values in the people
around him, expanding his reach but never compromising. The result: a personal and professional reputation that is
unmatched in the local design/build trade.
Today, Rich and his wife Cathy (a gifted designer and partner in the firm) have handed the company reins to the
next generation. Now, as always, the Gaspar’s tradition endures — to treat clients, employees and subcontractors as
you would your own family.
As a family, as a company, and as individuals, our roots run deep in Seattle. No surprise then, at Gaspar's we spend a lot of our free time contributing to local service organizations and participating in charitable events.
Being a family company, we’re picky about who gets to wear the Gaspar’s jacket. You could be one of us if you’re
talented, energetic, charismatic and committed to your craft. It also helps if you’re a people person, since working
closely with co-workers and clients is at the core of our business.