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"Construction in Motion" Event – October 2018

Stop by the Construction in Motion booth and receive your Land to Home road map. Stop along the way to visit our sponsors, learn about how they fit in the puzzle. When complete, receive your builder’s certificate and enter to win a kids playhouse we will be building at the event! From 12pm-4pm daily- Come on out, rain or shine, for this family- friendly construction equipment demonstration! Kids of all ages will be able to see big construction equipment on site! We will have the roar of the engines and some demonstrations of their flexibility, power, and strength. The first 100 kids will be able to build a wooden tool box to keep and use! Kids will be given a plastic “hard hat” to wear and collect stickers on throughout their visit (while supplies last). Don’t miss the contractor challenge course and be sure to stay for the excavator races! Pick your excavator and root them on to victory! (Excavator races will be at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm). Bring your camera! There will be lots of photo opportunities throughout.

"Disney helps fund nature trail at South Kitsap park" – September 2018

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(Photos: MEEGAN M. REID / KITSAP SUN)

Maylee Fuchs, 2, walks along the compass/sundial stones.

The entrance to the new Explorer Trail at South Kitsap Regional Park in Port Orchard. 

SOUTH KITSAP — Felicia Krause and her three children, ages 3 and younger, discovered something new on a recent visit to South Kitsap Regional Park.

There for a birthday party, the Bremerton family wandered onto the new Forest Explorer Trail, a project of Kitsap County Parks & Recreation largely funded by a grant from the National Recreation and Park Association and The Walt Disney Company.

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KPBJ Press Release – March 2012

Disney puts a fresh spin on an age-old industry.

Disney and Associates, general contractors are the pioneers of this second phase development, Turtle Cove, located at Harris Road SE and Converse Ave SE. This 2.5-acre phase will add a residential development that includes nine lots ranging from 5,000-10,000 square feet. Home sizes will range from 1,800-2,200 square feet, featuring two-stories and four ramblers.

Located in Port Orchard, it is minutes from Fred Meyer, Highway 16 and the Bremerton Ship Yard, and has access from Harris Road. Craftsman quality features can be found inside and out, including landscaping, upgraded cabinetry, granite countertops and a continued list of other value-adding features. for convenience, it will be equipped with ADA access and is located on a quiet dead-end street along a small well-maintained subdivision with nice homes. The project has started clearing and a temporary road for site development is set for completion by mid-March.

Owner Bob Disney thinks succeeding in this market is more about lasting integrity than numbers. “Everyone wants a general contractor that produces high quality work,” says Disney, “but few expect to find one that also provides high qulaity service without a scary price tag. That’s where we come in.”