Ecotrust has taken a giant step forward with plans to create a mixed-use space where regional producers will be able to connect with Portland’s growing wealth of food-focused businesses and startups.
The nonprofit group on Wednesday completed its purchase of a 16,000-square-foot former machine stamping building and warehouse on Southeast Salmon Street in Portland’s Central Eastside Industrial District. Working with Portland-based Redside as the developer, Ecotrust plans to renovate the warehouse into The Redd, which will feature production, office and event space for small local enterprises.
We found a new home at 315 Fifth Avenue S., Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104 on the corner of Fifth and Jackson. Phone and fax numbers remain the same, you can continue to contact us at 206-547-4008 or by fax at 206-547-3804. We look forward to seeing you in our new location – stop by soon! And of course, we’re bringing our love for the blue and green with us – GO SEAHAWKS!!!
Emily Sproul had her heart set on Pacific University long before she set foot on campus.
After moving in Thursday, the freshman said the campus — especially her dorm room in brand-new Cascade Hall — didn’t disappoint.
“I showed up and it just blew me away how beautiful it is,” Sproul said. “All of the dorms were nice, but this is just amazing.”
The new 61,500 square-foot residence hall sleeps about 80 freshmen and 120 sophomores and is seeking LEED Gold certification as a green building.
Pacific University, with the assistance of longtime food service provider Aramark, will refresh the Washburne University Center and expand offerings in time for the 2014 fall semester. Design and construction of the project is a partnership between Portland-based firms Opsis Architecture, inici Group, Inc. and Walsh Construction Co.
Lifeworks NW, which provides treatment for mental health issues and addiction, will open The Center for Hope and Recovery at 3650 N.E. Mallory Ave. The center includes Lifeworks NW’s 36-bed project network and the 32-unit Home Forward Beech Street Apartments.
Building a residential tower with cross laminated timber could be slightly cheaper than a comparable concrete structure, according to a recent study by three Pacific Northwest firms.
Mahlum Architects, Walsh Construction and Seattle-based structural engineering firm Coughlin Porter Lundeen teamed up for “A Study of Alternative Construction Methods in the Pacific Northwest.” The feasibility study, released in May, examines the cost competitiveness of cross laminated timber versus more traditional building materials for a 10-story residential building.
Seattle Business magazine honored its 100 Best Companies to Work For at an awards dinner on June 17, 2014, at The Westin Seattle. The winners, hailing from 18 cities across the state of Washington, were chosen based on extensive surveys completed by nearly 10,000 employees. Each of the 100 Best Companies to Work For was recognized at the event and awards were presented to 14 finalists in five categories. WALSH was honored to have been named #2 in the Companies Headquartered Outside Washington state category.