Halvorson-Mason has a proud history as a development and construction company in Oregon. The founder and lead partner of the company, Carl M. Halvorson, was named one of the Top Ten Oregonians of the 20th Century by Portland Living Magazine for his “foresight, common sense and integrity” and for his visionary development projects. These include Black Butte Ranch in Sisters, Mountain Park in Lake Oswego and Little Whale Cove in Depoe Bay, considered among the top residential communities in the country. Halvorson set high industry standards among Oregon custom home builders and was named President of the Associated Contractors of America. You can read more about Carl M. Halvorson in Portland Living and about Little Whale Cove in Portland-Vancouver Builder/Architect magazine.
Halvorson-Mason continues to hone its reputation for fine home building with attention to detail, cost and customer satisfaction. Thoughtful customized design work done in-house, by Chris Fairfield or by award-winning Street of Dreams designer Dick Gosser. They can transform your ideas into a handcrafted Halvorson-Mason home. Strict quality-control guidelines developed over years of coastal construction ensure a seismically reinforced foundation and framing and climate-tested materials to ensure maximum efficiency and durability for your home.