Our Continued Response to COVID-19

The safety and well-being of ALL remains our highest priority: our WALSH employees, their families, our self-performed subsidiary RDF Builders Co. and their families, our partners and our communities. We are continually monitoring new developments and adjusting our response to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19.

The WHOCDC, OSHA and NECA all provide excellent Coronavirus specific resources to educate employers and our workforce on what this new virus is, how it can affect our health, and most importantly, precautions we can take to reduce potential exposures in all settings of life.

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Groundbreaking for Westwind Apartments for Central City Concern

What an incredible team and an awesome project ! We are thrilled to break ground on The Westwind Apartments with Works Progress Architecture, LLP for Central City Concern — 100 new homes of both permanent supportive housing and affordable housing for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness or community members with limited incomes. Additional key project partners include Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, Inc. (NARA) and the Imani Center to offer culturally specific programming for Native American and African American individuals.

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Welcome to Our Summer Interns!

It is a great view for our summer intern, Quincy Dorneval, as he works alongside the team of Chuck Moore, Mario Hernandez, Vic Lundmark, Abby Anderson and Laura Waddick at our Holden of Pearl project! The 16-story building will include 218 independent and assisted living units for seniors, as well as a memory care facility. Welcome to the team, Quincy!

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Washington Delegates Convene at ɁálɁal Together for Chief Seattle Club

Our ɁálɁal Together project, for Chief Seattle Club was host to an affordable housing press conference midday Tuesday! Speakers included Chief Seattle Club’s Executive Director Derrick Belgarde, MPA, Senator Maria Cantwell, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, WA State Housing Finance Commission’s Executive Director Steve Walker, Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, and Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers.

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Happy Independence Day !

Today we celebrate our freedom and remember our history. We are honored to be a community builder throughout the Northwest and are always grateful for the men and women who make it possible.

From all of us at Walsh, we are wishing you and yours a safe and happy 4th!

🇺🇸 #happy4thofjuly #walshcofamily

PAE Living Building is on Track!

What an incredible project and team! The PAE Living Building team has not missed a beat despite the pandemic, wildfires, ice storms and the recent heat wave. This incredibly innovative International Living Future Institute Living Building project, which is taking sustainability and earthquake resilience to new heights, is set to meet completion and budget goals with a September opening. We would love to thank our WALSH management team of Ed SloopKent UsherAdam Klauba and Linda Woolery and the incredible onsite team who have worked diligently through it all led by superintendent Kyle Heckaman with Sam SullivanSteffen Schulz and so many more.

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WALSH to Build Lam Bow Apartments in West Seattle for Seattle Housing Authority !

WALSH is excited to have been selected to build the Seattle Housing Authority’s Lam Bow Apartments in West Seattle. This project will re-establish our partnership with SHA and support their goal to build 80 new apartments along a transit corridor in the West Seattle neighborhood. We are proud to be part of this transformative project which is replacing an SHA building which was demolished after a major fire five years ago.

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WALSH Team Hosts Future Builders !

Our WALSH team had a wonderful time sharing the Holden of Pearl construction site with #futurebuilders from a nearby preschool! Thanks to the team of Chuck Moore, Mario Hernandez, Laura Waddick, Abby Anderson, Beverly Culp, Spencer Daily, Vic Lundmark and Quincy Dorneval for hosting this exciting event!

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