Our Continued Response to COVID-19

In a situation that is changing daily, we are continually monitoring new developments and adjusting our response to help flatten the curve and mitigate the impact of 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.

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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Memorial Day

In honor and remembrance of those brave men and women who have served and sacrificed for our country. Thank you.

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Beautiful work on the 18-story, 210-unit, historic Ya-Po-Ah Terrace renovations!

Beautiful work by all involved on the 18-story, 210-unit, historic Ya-Po-Ah Terrace renovations – the tallest building in Eugene, Oregon! The extensive renovations and improvements will allow the owner, Evergreen Union Retirement Association, a private nonprofit organization formed by five local labor unions, to continue to serve seniors with much needed affordable housing in Eugene for many more years.

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Chief Seattle Club ɁálɁal Together Development Breaks Ground!

We are excited to announce that we have broken ground for the Chief Seattle Club ɁálɁal Together development! It is of great honor to partner with Chief Seattle to address the critical need for permanent supportive housing in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle. In addition to 80 new apartment homes, the building will also include an arts-focused café operated by Native Works and a medical clinic operated by the Seattle Indian Health Board.Thank you to our partners Chief Seattle Club, Beacon Development Group and Jones & Jones Architects for making this long-awaited project a reality!

Rendering by: Jones & Jones Architects