Please join us in welcoming Ashley Camel to our Portland office! Ashley has joined Walsh Construction Co. an executive assistant for the affordable housing team. She has a passion for taking on projects and creating efficiencies. Ashley was raised in Portland and has previously served as an executive assistant for Related Companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon. Please join us in welcoming Ashley to WALSH!
Our “Bring Your Child to Work Day” may look a little different this year but the kids are still getting excited! Thank you to Shelly Stephenson for spearheading and coordinating this event every year and for hosting our virtual event this year! More photos to come.
Home Forward, Walsh Construction Co., Salazar Architect Inc. and Holst have recently completed an integrated holistic design-build preservation redevelopment for our Portland community. The completion of the occupied renovations to Medallion Apartments and Williams Plaza provide safe, comfortable, and affordable homes for decades to come – ensuring that current residents and generations of future families will have stable and affordable homes close to public transit and supportive services.
Congratulations to the project team of Gardner House and Allen Family Center for the National Association of Home Builders Best Supportive Services at an Affordable Apartment Community award! The project is an innovative public-private partnership between the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, city of Seattle and Mercy Housing Northwest to create exceptional services and housing for low-income families and families experiencing homelessness. On the ground floor, the Allen Family Center integrates education, employment resources, childcare and social services through several in-house service providers: Mercy Housing Northwest, ReWA, Child Care Resources and Mary’s Place. The residential portion of the project, Gardner House, includes 95 one-, two- and three-bedroom units of permanently affordable and supportive housing. The transit-oriented development is one block from a light-rail station and is between two major arterials, ensuring residents are easily connected, and don’t feel they need to make a large investment into a vehicle.
Exceptional work on The Mary Ann for REACH CDC, with Scott | Edwards Architecture and Klosh Group, Inc., creating 54 new affordable apartment homes in beautiful Old Town Beaverton! It is one of the first new communities made possible through the voter-approved Metro Regional Affordable Housing Bond making housing more affordable and accessible to all. The Mary Ann will help meet the needs of local families and features 39 parking spaces, a secure bike room, laundry facilities, and a community room open to a large courtyard.