Our culture of safety forms the foundation of our company and assures that both safety and health are integrated into all our business practices. WALSH Safety Manager Nate Ricker and Safety Coordinator Kirk Chandler were honored to accept the Daily Journal of Commerce Hard Hat Safety Award on behalf of all of our people. All WALSH employees serve as safety champions and are empowered to stop any unsafe acts in our commitment to Safety Always. We would like to congratulate all the other companies who were honored at the event in their continued commitment to enhancing safety within our industry!
What an honor! Walsh Construction Co. was selected #7 Most Admired Companies from the Portland Business Journal ! We share the list with so many exceptional organizations and this is truly an honor. We are grateful to everyone in our #walshcofamily who go above and beyond every day to build healthy, durable, sustainable communities for all.
We are so thankful to be builders. We offer our heartfelt thanks to all of our #walshcofamily and to our project partners on their continued dedication to building stronger communities throughout the Northwest and in encouraging and supporting the housing, health and well-being of all. Happy Thanksgiving!
Last week, the largest all-affordable housing development in 50 years opened adding 240 new affordable homes to the Rose City. We are proud to support the Louisa Flowers Apartments and the safe, stable housing it will provide for hundreds of Portlanders, in a thriving neighborhood, with transit to take them to jobs, schools, appointments, and everyday errands right outside their front door.
It is with deep respect and our great honor that we announce the Grand Opening of the Clayton Mohr Commons Veterans Housing to provide 24-units of housing serving chronically homeless and severely low-income veterans and their families in Oregon City. Congratulations to Northwest Housing Alternatives and the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) on the success of this exceptional community-building project designed by Kasa Architects.
This American flag was hand-made by our craftspeople in honor of our veterans. We used wood reclaimed from trees onsite for our veteran’s housing project being built for Northwest Housing Alternatives. We are so grateful to be a part of the Pleasant Avenue Apartments in Oregon City which will bring permanent affordable housing to our veterans. In honor of Veteran’s Day, we at Walsh Construction Co. want to thank all of our veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice, this day and every day.
In an effort to reduce costs, maintain quality and increase energy efficiency, REACH Community Development, Ankrom Moisan Architects, Inc., Stonewood Structural Engineers and Walsh Construction Co. teamed up to explore advanced framing techniques for the development of new affordable housing. By applying an optimized wall assembly design, the partners discovered a way to bring economic, environmental and social benefits to affordable housing owners, developers and residents.
To find out how this wall can benefit your next development, read our brochure at the link below!
Congratulations to the Redd on Salmon Street for the DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation! Restore Oregon honors twelve historic projects from across Oregon with a 2019 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation, the state’s highest honor for the preservation, reuse, and revitalization of architectural and cultural sites, and their impact on the community.
The Redd on Salmon Street is the ambitious creation of a two-block, food-centered campus and destination event center in Portland’s Central Eastside! Congratulations to Ecotrust, urban patterns, and the WALSH project team of Dean Lindstrom, Brian Layman, John Hardesty, Brandon Fassiotto and Caitlin B. Kelley for exceptional work.
General Manager Ryan Wilde, Community Affairs Director Kathryn Kelley, Human Resources Director Helen Smith and Human Resources Administrator Shelly Stephenson had fun at the Portland Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Awards! About 600 people cheered on the Portland area’s most philanthropic companies. Part of the event included participating in painting an art wall which will go out in the community as a collaboration in support of mental health. We are grateful to be recognized alongside such generous, community focused organizations. Helen Littrell Smith Shelly Stephenson