Cherry Ridge Construction


Cherry Ridge Construction

Ken Gottschlich, owner-operator of Cherry Ridge Construction, became a general engineering contractor over 25 years ago. His experience includes a wide variety of dirt projects as well as septic systems, the construction of subdivisions, water mains, sewer and water hot taps, and gas line installations.

Ken's qualifications include:

Montana Registered Contractor #148215

Flathead County Septic Installer Permit #16

General Engineering Contractor License - Calif. #482822

North Coast Builders Exchange - member since 1986

Call Ken Gottschlich today at (406)755-5965 for a free consultation on your dirt project.

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Cherry Ridge Construction is located in Kalispell, Montana, and serves all of Flathead County.

Call (406)755-5965 or email today for a free consultation for all your dirt projects.

Ken's vast experience in building septic systems is the result of having worked in varied terrain for the last three decades. He's produced countless pump and siphon standard systems as well as elevated mounds. In addition, he's installed engineered custom septic systems for those homeowners with groundwater or soil problems on site. He can provide all electical and plumbing hook-ups for new systems in addition to monitoring devices as needed. Ken coordinates with the county to obtain approvals, permits, and final inspection of the system - a task many homeowners appreciate turning over to someone who  fully underrstands the process.

Although Ken's experience includes many large dirt projects, he enjoys working directly with homeowners and local contractors on smaller projects. His expertise includes:

  • logging work - clearing trees and stumps
  • creating ponds and water courses
  • building horse arenas
  • "landshaping" of landscape areas around homes and businesses
  • general clearing and demolition
  • creating new roads, driveways, and parking areas
  • smoothing out bumps and ruts in existing roads and driveways
  • grading to correct drainage problems
  • digging house pads, footings, and trenches for utilities and septics