About

We choose to provide constructive solutions for the challenges of the built environment by sustaining a culture of trust, expertise, innovation, and education, that enriches the lives of our community, our clients, and our collaborators.

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With over a century of combined construction experience in and around the Gallatin Valley, Constructive Solutions, Inc. (CSI) is uniquely positioned to create projects that focus on sustainability and superior energy performance. In 1999, Constructive Solutions began assembling a team of talented craftspeople who bring efficiency, innovation, creativity and integrity to all CSI endeavors. In 2009, that team was expanded to include an architectural design staff with over 15 years of experience.

The Constructive Solutions team includes experts in concrete, framing, trim, tile, metal work and custom fabrications. Several team members are Certified Green Professionals through the National Association of Home Builders, and have been instrumental in creating projects that have received NAHB Green, Energy Star and LEED for Homes certifications. Our architectural staff is experienced in all facets of residential, commercial and institutional design work. This diversification allows unparalleled control over the intricate process of space creation and construction, giving CSI the ability to deliver the highest quality design, construction, service and value throughout the life of any project. Constructive Solutions believes in developing lasting relationships with clients, and enjoys a strong base of referral and repeat work. Visit our testimonials page to see what our clients have said about us.

In addition to creating spaces for living and working, we often provide “constructive solutions” for the unique objects, furnishings, and built-ins that make a space truly one of a kind and personalized. We work with clients to bring  expressive works in wood, steel, glass, ceramic, and concrete to life. We are showcasing some if this work in our studio space located on the second level of the Emerson Center for Arts & Culture. Visit our Works in Progress page to learn more.