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

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Officials last week celebrated the grand opening of a two-building, 750,000-square-foot expansion of Oregon Health & Science University’s growing South Waterfront campus. The post Major development opens

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Developers and brokers are recognizing potential for multifamily projects amid a tight rental market in the mid-Willamette Valley. The post Prospects developing beyond the metro area appeared first on

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Three students in either fourth or fifth grade created their own designs for a new building to house a museum now based in the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School. The post Young students present buildi

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It is construction contracting 101: get the contract signed before the shovels hit the dirt. But too frequently the signed agreement becomes secondary to starting work. This is understandable. For both owners and contractors, starting on time is critically important, particularly in the Pacific Northwest where Mother Nat

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Dear Mr. Berko: I’d like to purchase 300 shares of Duke Energy to add some income to my conservative growth account. What is your opinion of this utility? T.L. Kankakee, Ill.   Dear T.L.: UBS analyst Daniel Ford is recommending Duke Energy (DUK-$89.10) with a short-term $91 price target, and Merrill Lynch recently

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A man who died last week after an incident at a construction site in Hillsboro was only 15 minutes into his first construction shift when he fell, his employer said. The post Worker dies after suffering fall on p

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The Society for Marketing Professional Services’ Oregon chapter recently announced its Marketing Excellence Award winners for 2019. The post Building industry professionals honored by SMPS Oregon

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Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services has awarded a $200,000 grant to help pay for environmental cleanup of a property that formerly housed a battery manufacturing plant. The post Afford

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SUB-BIDS REQUESTED Project: Pump Station Decommissioning, Phase 2 City of Bend, Deschutes Co. Bids Due: 4/23/19 at 12PM Submit Bids to: jal@jalconstruction.com or fax to (541) 389-6568 JAL Construction, Inc. is requesting subcontractor bid proposals for all scopes of work 123 S.E. 4th St., PO Box 6269, Bend, OR 97708 (54

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Builders are working their way through a complicated drilling process at the Argyle Street Apartments project site in Portland's Kenton neighborhood. The post Affordable housing complex on the rise appeared first on

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A development firm based in Lake Oswego is planning to build a pair of connected, 10-story laboratory buildings on a full block. The post Biotech campus in the works in Southeast Portland appeared first on

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One of life’s fun games is to criticize government. Having been in and around government for almost 40 years, I’ve even found myself doing that from time to time. There is one government agency, however, that has turned into an absolutely tremendous success: what is now known as the SAIF Corporation. Prior to the lan

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April 8-14, 2019 A design advice request was filed for the 14-acre U.S. Postal Service site at 715 N.W. Hoyt St. The applicant, Sarah Harpole of owner Prosper Portland, is hoping for hearings on June 6 and July 11. A pre-application conference is also sought for a Central City Master Plan for the project. Early ...

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Building permits issued for April 8-14 A $1,400,000 addition permit was issued on deferred submittal for a revision to the lighting scope of the Providence Park expansion project at 1844 S.W. Morrison St. The applicant is Dan Koch of Allied Works Architecture, the contractor is Turner Construction Co., and the owner is t

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ARCHITECTURE FFA Architecture and Interiors has promoted Rianna Lowrance to marketing coordinator. She joined the firm in early 2018 to provide administrative and marketing support. Currently, she is supporting social media and proposal marketing efforts as well as event coordination. Previously, Lowrance worked for a d

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ARCHITECTURE Kathleen Strigle has joined FFA Architecture and Interiors as a member of its architectural staff. She has been providing architectural support for projects including Oregon City’s new police and municipal courts facility as well as K-12 school renovations for the Lake Oswego School District. She holds a m

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ARCHITECTURE James Hawkins has joined FFA Architecture and Interiors as an architectural staff member. He has provided architectural support on projects including the Oregon City police and municipal courts facility and the Westridge Elementary School renovation in Lake Oswego. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Ma

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ARCHITECTURE FFA Architecture and Interiors has hired Shelby Syer as an administrative and accounting assistant. Since joining the firm, she has been assisting the accounting department, providing support with contract administration, and managing day-to-day functions of the office. Syer studied anthropology and marine b

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A former industrial building in Southeast Portland is being renovated to provide 46,000 square feet of craft manufacturing, light industrial and creative office space. The post Team getting creative in the Central

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Construction of a new, seismically sound hospital in Lincoln City is on schedule to finish later this year. The post Healthy appreciation for $42M project appeared first on

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The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will host a public workshop to share concepts for development of three large farm sites. The post Parkrose development concepts to be presented appeared firs

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Dear Mr. Berko: I bought 350 shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles for my IRA around Thanksgiving in 2012, and I paid under $3. I have 35 shares of Ferrari, and I don’t remember buying the stock, but my new broker tells me I got the Ferrari stock from a merger with Fiat Chrysler. It’s trading ... The post

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A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in the Pacific Northwest, according to the Daily Journal of Commerce Project Center. 1. Winner (intent to award): Oregon Mainline Paving LLC of McMinnville Amount: $11,440,673.71 Project: I-5: Woodburn – Salem Sec. Owner: ODOT Procurement Office – Construction Contract

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Building industry professionals gathered Thursday at Pioneer Millworks' warehouse in Southeast Portland to discuss the innovative construction method. The post A look at pros and cons of prefabrication appeared first o

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Pence Construction is seeking sub-bids for a range of work involved with construction of a replacement school designed by LSW Architects. The post Subcontractors sought for school project in Van

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CONSTRUCTION Exeltech Consulting has hired Paul Matera as construction management director. He has 30 years of experience as a construction manager, quality manager, laboratory manager, special inspector and owner of a quality management system auditing consulting firm. His experience includes streets, utilities, parks,

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Mayer/Reed Inc. has promoted landscape architect and project manager Anne Samuel to associate. She has been with the firm for 12 years. Currently, she is currently working on Touchmark in the West Hills in Washington County and three Portland high school renovation projects. Samuel holds a master

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