At Ravenworks, we pride ourselves on designing and building beautiful eco-friendly kitchen remodel projects. Our broad knowledge of the latest green products and procedures will help assure that your job is not only practical and beautiful, but will have minimal impact on the environment and your health.
Our capabilities include:
- Residential work including serving as the general contractor on kitchen remodels;
- Small and medium size commercial work (i.e. individual store/restaurant build outs);
- Green executive offices, conference rooms, reception areas;
- Working with architects, designers, and contractors;
- LEED and Built-Green project participation.
Bob Margulis, Founder
Bob is a Northwest entrepreneur who founded one of the first custom cabinet shops in the greater Seattle area focusing exclusively on eco-friendly cabinetry. Bob is a life-long environmentalist and spends his time off enjoying the outdoors: it was what drew him to Seattle over 30 years ago.
Bob is a certified Green Advantage Practitioner, an active member of the NW Eco-Building Guild, National Kitchen & Bath Association, and volunteer Master Home Environmentalist. Bob also serves on the Board of Group Health as well as being a Wild Steelhead Coalition Trustee. In 1991, Bob founded and served as CEO of The Cordada Group: an eBusiness application development and strategic consulting company which was sold in 2000. The Cordada Group received the 1994 Emerging Business of the Year Award, was listed as the 20th Fastest Growing Private Business in Puget Sound, was a finalist for the Service Provider of the Year, was the 106th fastest growing high-tech company in the United States (National Technology Fast 500) in 1996, and the Largest Seattle Area Web Development Company and 6th largest Seattle Software Development Company in 2000.
Bob's career spans thirty-five years. He has served on many boards, has been cited in multiple Who's Who publications, and has been a presenter at numerous local and national conferences. He has had a variety of articles published (Washington CEO, Puget Sound Business Journal) and is also an active community leader.