About R4 Construction The entire R4 Construction team works diligently with our customers on designs that match the integrity of their home while also accommodating their lifestyle needs. Our emphasis is not only on the quality of the design and construction but also on the details: the small things that make the end result just right! We invite you to look through our gallery of images, kitchens, bath, and additions to see for yourself some of the work we have recently completed and hopefully to help you get inspired for your next home project. R4 has won awards on the local, state and national level (see awards page for more details). We are members of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, Master Builders Association and the NAHB. We love our community and make sure that we do what we can to be a part of charities and organizations that are making a difference! These include the Mary Bridge Festival of Trees, Rebuilding South Sound, Transplant House, Hilltop Artists, YWCA, and the Mountaineers. Steven Rork – Owner Steven Rork, owner of R4 Construction since 2011, received his degree in Arts and Science. He found his passion for craftsmanship 18 years ago and has been in the trade ever since working on both commercial and residential jobs. The sweet spot for both Steven and R4 is the historical homes of North Tacoma. He serves on the board for the Master Builders Association and belongs to the Remodeling Council. Dawn Fast – Designer Dawn Fast, AKBD has 25 years of experience in the remodeling industry, both in the field and in the design studio. She specializes in color, texture, and design achieving balance and flow to the spaces she works with. She loves collaborating with her clients customizing spaces to get the most out of them; both functionality and beauty. Dawn attended the Art Institute in Seattle for graphic design, is a member of the Design Professional Council – Pierce County Master Builders Association (MBA), National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) member, and has been an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) for 21 years. Her passion for design has extended over to Tree Design for the Mary Bridge Festival of Trees fundraiser for the past 15 years.