Construction Safety Week may be over but our commitment to safety never wavers. Thank you to our community partners at Eugene Springfield Fire for their expertise on our Ya Po Ah Terrace occupied senior housing project in Eugene! The comprehensive safety drill was a success and strengthens our dedication to safety, preparedness and staying at the forefront of safe practices. Thanks to the WALSH project team of Craig Leonnig, Howie Petker and Abigail Anderson for their management! Thanks to Mike Ferguson and Keegan McGary with RDF for their diligent work and to all the participants for their efforts! Thanks to our Safety Director, Nate Ricker, for his dedication to keeping SAFETY at the forefront of all decisions and conversations.
Just a quick Saturday hike in the Cascades! The #walshco family Mt. St. Helens Climbing Team includes Brian Lenz, Whitney Lake, Dan Lake, Drew Mixter, JJ Powell and Gus Sinsheimer – completing the 11-hour trek last week on a day with plenty of sun and warm weather on their side. They brought back some impressive photos of the summit, the crater and the Mt. St. Helens sunrise. Enjoy the views!
Our Walsh Construction Co. team is ready to build a house with middle and high school aged girls at the 27th Annual Tradeswomen Career Fair for Oregon Tradeswomen! We are proud to have been a sponsor and exhibitor at the fair since it’s inception 27 years ago!
Thanks to Brandi Pine for organizing the team and to Liz Stewart for managing construction onsite! Thanks to our WALSH Team of Eric Klock, Valerie Black, Courtney Mitchell, Laura Voss and Karen McDaniel!
We are so excited to be a part of the Pleasant Avenue Apartments which will bring permanent affordable housing to the veterans community! The project will provide 24-units of housing serving chronically homeless and severely low-income veterans and their families.
We are pleased to announce that Nicholas Silbaugh has been promoted into the role of Superintendent. Nick originally joined our team in 2015 as a Project Engineer, working on the Raven Terrace (Yesler) Project. In early 2018, Nick moved into an Assistant Superintendent role after successfully completing the Mercy Othello Plaza Project. Nick is currently working on the final stages of the Ainsworth & Dunn Project. Please join me in congratulating Nick on his latest accomplishment and wishing him future success!
More affordable housing is on the rise thanks to REACH Community Development on their Argyle Street Apartments! Our WALSH team of Kent Usher, Mario Hernandez, Caitlin B. Kelley, Laura Voss and Scott Roscoe is excited to work with MWA Architects, RDF Builders and our dedicated trade partners on this exciting project. Thanks to Josh Kulla with the Daily Journal of Commerce for the images and article. Construction is under way, with crews tackling structural concrete work and sewer lines. A dry well 55-foot deep was excavated this week, with a crew of pile drivers from Vancouver, Washington-based Pacific Foundation. The 189-unit complex is at the corner of Argyle Street and Interstate Avenue – in the Kenton neighborhood. The two four-story structures will provide a total of 152,000 SF of floor area. The project will serve low-income families and working adults and longtime residents of North or Northeast Portland will have priority through the Portland Housing Bureau’s N/NE Neighborhood Housing Strategy. This will be an exciting project to watch! Thanks to all the crews involved bringing this community-building project to fruition for our local families. #walshbuildscommunity #walshaffordable #endhomelessness #reachcdc #letsbuildsomethinglasting #walshcofamily
A great team on site as renovations begin on the historic Frye building for Low Income Housing Institute! This spring marks the 108th anniversary of the grand opening of George and Louisa Frye’s eleven-story, steel-frame Frye Hotel. Now known as “The Frye”, the building provides 234 affordable apartments and is currently set to undergo full renovations. Exterior renovations include updating brick façade to modern seismic requirements, brick repoint, refurbishing historical windows, and replacing fiberglass windows. Interior work includes the replacement of plumbing in unit bathrooms and kitchens, replacement of unit and common area flooring, repainting all units and common areas, and modern upgrades to residential units (new stainless-steel countertops and appliances). Design is by Environmental Works. Our Walsh team includes Jack Kuester, Ron Ward, BJ Kuester, Tom Hardin, Jeremiah Phillips, Ujwal Joshi, Cindie Banta and RDF crew: Antione Manning, Demetrius Hunt, Jose Castro Silva, Steven Strauss, Brian Penn, Daniel Moery, Ian Daniel, Tyron Pitcher, Isaiah Dela Cruz, and Tom Speed. #lowincomehousinginstitute #walshrestore #walshaffordable #projectswithpurpose #letsbuildsomethinglasting #buildingvalue #walshhousing #endhomelessness
Congratulations on the Grand Opening of Cornelius Place and Cornelius Public Library! And to the project team of BRIDGE Housing, Bienestar, City of Cornelius, Oregon-Local Government and Scott | Edwards Architecture for their years of dedication to this community-building project. Huge thanks to our WALSH team of Dean Lindstrom, Bennett Barnwell, Hunter Rains, Jill Mathews and Nolan Knox! The multi-use Cornelius Place development houses the expanded Cornelius Public Library and 45 affordable apartments for adults age 55 and older. The new library will provide a variety of services to support children, families, and seniors, including pre-reading and early education programs, student success programs, and adult education. Attendees were offered tours of the new 13,650-square-foot library, as well as the senior and low-income housing on the second and third floors. Excellent work by all! #walshbuildscommunity #walshaffordablehousing #walshhousing #letsbuildsomethinglasting #walshbuildsvalue #buildingvalue #corneliusplace #corneliuspubliclibrary #walshcofamily