You’ve probably noticed a cool new bakery on State Street in Bellingham—maybe you’ve even stopped in to buy some freshly-baked treats there.

Did you know Custom Concrete Contracting played a part in bringing the old building the bakery now sits in back to life? The photo above shows our crews working hard onsite earlier this year.

The overall construction project included extensive renovations that turned a former auto parts store into an extension of the popular Bellingham Co-Op.

The renovated building includes a new bakery, café and meeting room, conveniently located adjacent to Bellingham Co-Op’s current store at 1220 N. Forest Street.

We were proud to serve on the job as a subcontractor for local general contractor Pearson Construction–working closely with project manager Andy McElroy.

The photo below shows CCC’s owner Dave Johnson adding saw cuts to the interior slab.

In all, Custom Concrete Contracting’s flatwork finishing team poured, finished and saw cut roughly 8,500 square feet of concrete interior slab—finishing it to a level that got it ready for grinding and polishing (image below).

Our team also poured and broom-finished an exterior patio roughly 1,100 square feet in size. Here’s what it looked like when we arrived on concrete pour day, after Pearson Construction had prepped the site.

Our crews are always proud to leave their mark on notable construction projects around Whatcom County—whether it’s pouring pervious concrete for a traffic circle on Northwest Avenue, adding new sidewalks to Boulevard Park or installing concrete floors at Bellingham Co-Op’s new bakery.

Check out more project photos on our Facebook page or Bellingham Co-Op’s Facebook page and keep Custom Concrete Contracting in mind for concrete construction projects you may be planning in the next year—we’re happy to estimate any job, large or small.