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Building and Construction News in Portland, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest

The Portland City Council gave the go-ahead for city bureaus to continue working with private landowners to develop one of the largest remaining unbuilt parcels in the city. The post Development on track for ex-f

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A new residential building and hotel could soon be constructed side by side in the Con-way master-planned area of Northwest Portland. The post Meeting on tap for Northwest Portland project appeared first on

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A Dallas-based developer’s plans for a five-building project have a long way to go to gain approval, according to the Portland Design Commission. The post Work remains for South Waterfront redevelopment

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City commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to amend city code to exempt construction companies from paying a 1 percent surcharge on gross revenue from retail sales within Portland. The post Contractors will be e

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A $6.4 million contract has been awarded for a firm to provide general contractor/construction manager services at the Port of Seattle. The post A roundup of top bidders for Dec. 13, 2019 appeared first on

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The DJC on Thursday held its third annual Phenoms & Icons awards program to honor both longtime leaders and up-and-coming young professionals in the local building industry. The post Building indust

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SUB-BIDS REQUESTED PDX TCORE – Central Receiving Distribution Center (CRDC) Portland, Oregon Pre-Bid Meeting: 12/17/19 at 1PM Bids Due: 12/27/19 at 2PM Bid Package: #7 Walk-in Freezer Cooler Bid Documents: www.hoffmancorp.com/subcontractors 222 SW Columbia Street, Suite 300 Portland, OR 97201 Phone (503) 221-8811 B

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I present to you the 2019 Daily Journal of Commerce Phenoms & Icons special publication. This publication profiles 22 men and women who were honored at this week’s awards event. Phenoms & Icons is an awards event that we started two years ago to honor the local building industry’s long-time leaders over the

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Caroline Baggott studied civil engineering in college because she was interested in water and environmental engineering, but said she quickly realized she was not cut out for an engineering career. “I was looking for something that would get me out of the office more, work on different types of projects in different ar

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For the Cloes, construction is the family business. Martin Cloe’s father was a builder and, while growing up, Cloe and his brother helped their dad with projects. Cloe went on to earn his construction engineering management degree from Oregon State University. “I’ve heard people say that construction gets in your b

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Liz Morgan has diverse interests that led to her career as a creative director. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Davidson University and graduated in 2008, just as the recession began, and jobs were hard to find. Morgan decided to pursue a degree in interior design from the Parson School of Design. After

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A Democratic congressman from Oregon has announced his opposition to the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas terminal and its 230-mile feeder pipeline in southern Oregon. The post Oregon Congr

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Now that construction of Rockwood Rising is finally under way some 15 years after planning began, progress seems to be happening at a rapid rate. The post Rockwood Rising building coming together quickl

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Coffman Excavation is working to replenish items that were to go to Bloomin’ Boutique, a charitable organization in Oregon City. The post Contractor seeking donations to replace stolen ones appear

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SUB-BIDS REQUESTED TriMet Rail Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Package 2 RAINIER, OR Bids Due: 12/18/19 ODOT Contract Number – 15156 1490 SE Gideon St., Portland, OR 97202 PHONE (503) 231-5300 EMAIL: pdxestimating@stacywitbeck.com We are an equal opportunity employer and request sub-bids from all interested firms includi

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Conflicts are becoming more common in mixed-use buildings as developers seek buzz-worthy restaurants as ground-floor tenants. The post Restaurants and residents not always ideal neighbors appeared f

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The 2019 session of the Oregon Legislature saw changes to many existing laws, but none as significant as those relating to requirements for state, regional and local government actions to meet housing needs. The post

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A $6,861,981 alteration permit is under review for shell improvements to the J.K. Gill Building (formerly named the Gladys McCoy Building). The post Commercial building permits for Dec. 9, 2019 appeared first

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A pre-application conference is sought for a new eight-story, 130,000-square-foot office building constructed of cross-laminated timber in Southeast Portland. The post Land use review intakes for Dec. 9, 2019 app

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One of the most controversial consequences of Portland’s growth and subsequent redevelopment of many inner-city neighborhoods over the last 10 years has been the impact on parking. This is a real hot-button issue that affects all of us, and one of the least understood components of city planning. As is true with the re

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The median sale price of homes in the Portland-metro area ticked up in October, reaching $410,500. The post Home sales brisk in Portland-metro area, data shows appeared first on

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Massing and transportation issues linger for the master plan of a large-scale mixed-use development on eight acres in downtown Portland. The post RiverPlace redevelopment plan continues to evolve appe

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The Oregon Department of Transportation intends to award a $26 million contract to Wildish Standard Paving Company for work on the Yaquina Bay Bridge. The post A roundup of top bidders for Dec. 6, 2019 appeared first

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The slowing global economy, trade war with China, Brexit missteps and inverting interest rates threaten the stability of the global economy, and markets are reacting accordingly. The post OP-E

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Vista Logistics Park, a three-building industrial asset in Gresham, has sold for $93.25 million in a high-water mark for the Portland metro area’s industrial sector. The post Gresham industrial park sells for

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SUB-BIDS REQUESTED Aloha High School Corridor Flooring Replacement Proposals Due: 12/19/19 at 5:00PM Invitation to Bid Bid Contact: Nick Steers Email Address: steersn@hswc.com Bid Documents & Other Information are located at link: http://bids.hswc.com#alohahs 1455 NW Irving Street, Suite 400 Portland, OR 97209 We are

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Builders are taking proactive action against jobsite opioid overdoses by adding a potentially life-saving medication to their first aid toolkits. The post Builders battle opioid epidemic appeared first on

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