Our team is the foundation of every project
We have earned the reputation as the premier plaster and interior/exterior contracting company in the Pacific Northwest for one reason. Our team. Many of them have been with our company for more than 20 years. Master ornamental plasterers, interior specialists, experienced and skilled carpenter and drywall finishers, project supervisors and estimators – all of them embody a commitment to superior work.
Steve Henricksen, President
Steve joined D.L. Henricksen in 1974 as a project manager. Throughout the years he has been an integral part of the growth of this company. Today he oversees all company operations. He has served as President and Board Member of the Washington Subcontractors Association and NW Wall and Ceiling Contractors Association as well as the Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau.
Rocky Henricksen, Vice-President
Rocky has been with D.L. Henricksen since 1962. Rocky has played a key role in developing relationships with clients and building a team that meets the needs of these clients. His untiring commitment to excellence has led to numerous projects and awards. He is a past president and board member of Washington Subcontractors Association and NW Wall and Ceiling Contractors Association Contractors. He also served on the committee for Plasterers Health and Welfare.
Don Henricksen, Secretary-Treasurer
Don has been with D.L. Henricksen part time working summers since 2003 and full time since 2008. Don helps oversee company operations, with a specific focus on the estimating and accounting departments. Don is a board member of the Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau and serves on the Plasterers JATC.
Greg Harrington, Field Superintendent
Greg has been with D.L. Henricksen since 1997 in the roles of Estimator, Project Manager, and currently, Field Superintendent. Greg focuses on running the field operations of the company. Greg has served on the Carpenters JATC.
began commercial contracting in 1912. Some of his key projects include: the Washington Building, Rust Building, Annie Wright Seminary, First Presbyterian Church, Lynn Mortuary, Tuell Mortuary, Mellinger Mortuary, Temple Theater, Pantages Theater, Music Box Theater, Rialto Theater, and the Bank of California.
followed in his father’s footsteps. After working for his father for a time, he formed his own plastering company, the D.L. Henricksen of today, in 1948. It would be easier to list the projects the Henricksen’s have not worked on. Don ran the company until his death in 1977. His wife Jean took over until the mid 1990s when she passed away.