A native Pennsylvanian, Bill Lenker grew up surrounded by some of the country’s most enduring masonry. Inspired by the aged fieldstone walls and edifices of the Keystone state, Bill seeks to bring some of the old country’s finest craftsmanship to the great northwest.
Seeking out creative solutions infused with an artistic hand, Lenkerbrook’s projects can be found around the northwest in client’s homes as well as on the civic stage. Public projects include structures in The Olympia Farmer’s Market, historic Tumwater Falls Park, the Luhr Beach vestige of the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, and most recently, in The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Lenkerbrook has enhanced it’s client’s home environments through patios, terraced retaining walls, stone pizza ovens, cairns, granite carvings, pebble mosaics, back splashes, fireplace backings, and stone benches.
Lenkerbrook is well connected with other local artisans, should the addition of elements such as fine carpentry or metal work be desired. Browse our gallery for ideas and contact Bill for your own Lenkerbrook creation.