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ARCHITECTURE LSW Architects has hired Shara Wokal as chief financial officer. She has a range of leadership experience tied to marketing, information technology services and manufacturing. Please send your announcements for DJC People to djcpeople@djcOregon.com.

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ARCHITECTURE LSW Architects has hired Shannon Carlton as photographer. She has five years of freelance photography experience. She will provide photography and video for projects, meetings and social events as well as personnel, social media and website purposes. Please send your announcements for DJC People to djcpeople@dj

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ARCHITECTURE LSW Architects has hired interior designer Evelini Downs. She has 11 years of experience handling residential and hospitality design within the Greater Portland area, as well as New York City. Please send your announcements for DJC People to djcpeople@djcOregon.com.

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ARCHITECTURE Hennebery Eddy Architects has hired designer John Maternoski. He has been working on the Vivian Apartments renovation for Hennebery Eddy. Maternoski founded the website Portland Design Events, and has construction industry experience. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Oregon. H

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ARCHITECTURE Hennebery Eddy Architects has hired Julia Harding as project team assistant. She will provide administrative, marketing and graphics support. This will include tracking and coordinating project agreements and construction submittals, overseeing schedules and meeting logistics, and managing documents and budget

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ARCHITECTURE Hennebery Eddy Architects has hired Abby Cridland as an interior designer. She is applying her workspace design experience to a wet lab incubator space, commercial tenant space designs, and a new library, museum and meeting hall for the Masonic Grand Lodge of Oregon. She maintains the firm’s materials library

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ARCHITECTURE Hennebery Eddy Architects has hired MinhAlfredo Duong as an interior designer. He has experience working on corporate workspaces, and on the Portland International Airport’s project to balance terminals and expand Concourse E. Duong holds a bachelor’s degree from the Art Institute of Portland. He also is a

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ARCHITECTURE Hennebery Eddy Architects has hired Amber Nobe as senior marketing coordinator. She will coordinate and produce the firm’s project proposals, qualifications packages and marketing collateral. Nobe has marketing experience from her time at an engineering firm, as well as writing and editing skills from her tim

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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Home Forward has promoted Carolina Abdalah to director of integrated facilities and safety. In her new role, she will focus on skilled trade business lines and safety throughout the agency. Abdalah has over 15 years of experience in the property management field. She holds a bachelor’s degree in busine

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The Daily Journal of Commerce is seeking anonymous nominations for the first DJC Oregon Building Diversity awards.

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As part of the current design/build team, Peter Meijer Architect PC (PMA) would like to comment on the proposed alterations to the Portland Building per the Type III Historic Resource Review to be presented to the Historic Landmarks Commission on Monday. Our city is investing a lot in the concept to hide the Portland Buildi

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Throughout history, people have migrated to new areas seeking opportunity. The Oregon Trail is Oregon’s heritage, blazed by people who headed west seeking land and new possibilities. Today, the search for land and opportunity continues. What does current data tell us about the search in Portland and surrounding areas? Rec

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Dear Mr. Berko: A group of us read your column after work while enjoying a few beers before heading home. Seeing as I’m the one with a college degree, which was a waste of time because I’m only making $12.15 an hour, I’ve been tasked with writing this letter. We continue to hear about the ...

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An Oregon bill intended to provide protections for renters has been stripped of several provisions and has lost the support of some advocates.

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A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in the Pacific Northwest and California, according to the Daily Journal of Commerce Project Center. 1. Winner (contract awarded): Selland Construction Inc. of Wenatchee, Washington Amount: $3,199,999 Project: Addition of passing lanes, Whitman County, Washington Owner: Washin

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Bids are due June 28, 2017 at 1:00 PM.

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Environmental building activists report redoubling their commitment after President Donald Trump left the Paris Agreement.

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The Ankeny Apartments project’s tortured path through the Portland City Council took another turn Wednesday that left developer Landon Crowell’s proposal still in limbo.

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A Minnesota painting contractor was fined $189,000 for workplace conditions that led to an employee falling 37 feet and onto another worker during a Ross Island Bridge painting project.

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A $246 million project to build a seven-story, long-term parking garage at Portland International Airport is in the early design phase.

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A revised plan for the Ankeny Apartments project will go before the Portland City Council this afternoon.

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Bids are due June 28, 2017 at 1:00 PM.

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Bids are Requested by June 22, 2017 at 2:00 PM.

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For the construction industry, summer is the key season to work on transportation infrastructure. This year, the industry’s busy season also happens to fall in the middle of the 2017 Oregon legislative session – one in which the governor, House speaker and Senate president promised to focus on and prioritize enactment o

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Dear Mr. Berko: We bank at Fifth Third Bank and own 1,000 shares of the stock, which you advised us to buy in 2009 at $7.75 a share. I like the stock’s performance, but when I bragged to friends (a retired banker and his wife) about our good fortune ($16,250 profit), both told me to ...

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A conversation with Portland Commissioner Chloe Eudaly, who has stirred City Council by calling for greater safeguards for tenants.

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R&H Construction crews are building a home addition to accommodate an 8-year-old girl battling a degenerative genetic condition.

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