This American flag was hand-made by our craftspeople in honor of our veterans. We used wood reclaimed from trees onsite for our veteran’s housing project being built for Northwest Housing Alternatives. We are so grateful to be a part of the Pleasant Avenue Apartments in Oregon City which will bring permanent affordable housing to our veterans. In honor of Veteran’s Day, we at Walsh Construction Co. want to thank all of our veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice, this day and every day.
In an effort to reduce costs, maintain quality and increase energy efficiency, REACH Community Development, Ankrom Moisan Architects, Inc., Stonewood Structural Engineers and Walsh Construction Co. teamed up to explore advanced framing techniques for the development of new affordable housing. By applying an optimized wall assembly design, the partners discovered a way to bring economic, environmental and social benefits to affordable housing owners, developers and residents.
To find out how this wall can benefit your next development, read our brochure at the link below!
Congratulations to the Redd on Salmon Street for the DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation! Restore Oregon honors twelve historic projects from across Oregon with a 2019 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation, the state’s highest honor for the preservation, reuse, and revitalization of architectural and cultural sites, and their impact on the community.
The Redd on Salmon Street is the ambitious creation of a two-block, food-centered campus and destination event center in Portland’s Central Eastside! Congratulations to Ecotrust, urban patterns, and the WALSH project team of Dean Lindstrom, Brian Layman, John Hardesty, Brandon Fassiotto and Caitlin B. Kelley for exceptional work.
General Manager Ryan Wilde, Community Affairs Director Kathryn Kelley, Human Resources Director Helen Smith and Human Resources Administrator Shelly Stephenson had fun at the Portland Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Awards! About 600 people cheered on the Portland area’s most philanthropic companies. Part of the event included participating in painting an art wall which will go out in the community as a collaboration in support of mental health. We are grateful to be recognized alongside such generous, community focused organizations. Helen Littrell Smith Shelly Stephenson
We had so much fun celebrating Central City Concern in the North Park Blocks of Portland on 40 years of supporting the community! Since 1979, Central City Concern’s work to end homelessness has been about people.
We have been honored to work on several projects with Central City Concern over the years and are excited for them to receive a much deserved recognition – Mayor Ted Wheeler officially proclaimed September 12 CCC Day in Portland! Thank you to CareOregon for sponsoring the event.
Happy National Construction Appreciation Week! Construction Appreciation Week will be celebrated September 16-20, 2019, to acknowledge and thank the more than 11 million hardworking men and women in the industry who contribute to the development of our housing, infrastructure, facilities, products and services. We are proud of these professionals who are Building America Together. We are proud of our #walshcofamily in Oregon and Washington who help Build the Pacific Northwest.
In honor of 9/11, on September 11th in Eugene, Oregon, several local fire-fighters, and four of our tradespeople, climbed 110 flights of stairs on our Ya Po Ah Affordable Senior Housing Renovation project for Evergreen Union Retirement Association. We are grateful to support the brave men and women who commit their lives to be of service to our community as first responders and we honor our tradespeople who also work in risky situations to build and preserve our way of life. We recognize the dedicated, hard-working men and women instrumental in the development and success of our safety, infrastructure and housing.
We would like to share a deep congratulations to Northwest Housing Alternatives (NHA) on the success of their beautiful Campus Redevelopment and Net-Zero Headquarters four weeks ahead of schedule! Having made due for 30 years operating their non-profit and family shelter out of three single family houses, NHA was in need of suitable facilities to support their work of providing much needed affordable housing to the community. We are thrilled and honored to have been the general contractor as O’Neill/Walsh Community Builders (OWCB) (one of our partners projects with O’Neill Construction Group)! We want to thank MWA Architects for their exceptional designs and communication as well as so many dedicated subcontractors and vendors. Huge thanks to our team of Ali O’Neill, Afton Walsh, Aaron Elliott, Drew Anderson, Nick Cardoza and Sara Schubert!!
Exciting to see the progress at Mt. Baker Family Housing for Mercy Housing Northwest! Wood framing is complete and we are currently installing roofing and moving into the interior finish stage. Work on the building exterior is also underway and moving quickly. In the coming weeks we’ll begin installing sidewalks, curbs, and new right-of-way landscaping. The 95 affordable units are a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments. At the first level 8,200 square feet is dedicated to a Family Resource Center that will offer housing resources and support services.
Thank you to our great project teams at Mercy Housing NW and Runberg, and our WALSH team members on and off-site that include Dennis Maples, Susan Hori, Nathan Connaway, BJ Graham, Joe Geise, Matt Elliott, Lee Burkhart, Karen Moon and Brian Lenz.
Aerial views are by www.nwskyviewimagery.com
Beautiful work out at our Willamette View North Pointe Homes project! Quality work is wrapping up smoothly on these 47 new apartment-style, planet-friendly residences on the Willamette View senior-thriving campus, a 27-acre park-like setting that overlooks the Willamette River. …Read More