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CDC: Construction workers have highest rate of suicide among American workers
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Sam Tenney Nov 16
Photos: will open its Portland flagship store this weekend in the Meier & Frank Building. did TI work on the 11k s.f. space, designed by Japanese firm Super Potato and :
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DJC Oregon Nov 16
A 21-story Goose Hollow tower designed by for Wood Partners has been approved by the Portland Design Commission:
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AGC of America Nov 16
Construction Employment Rises from October 2017 to October 2018 in 44 States and D.C.; 36 States, D.C. Add Construction Jobs Since September:
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Josh Kulla Nov 15
Here's a link to the full story of the ongoing construction being done by , Robinson Construction and others as part of a 2017 bond measure.
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DJC Oregon Nov 12
This is the designed replacement for the Peter Ogden Elementary School being built by Robinson Construction, one of four new or replacement district schools currently under construction. Check the for the full story Wednesday.
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DJC Oregon Nov 9
ADUs, built with small footprints on sites where access is often restricted, can be a challenge to design and build. "They're fun as a design puzzle," says architect Webster Wilson:
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Sam Tenney Nov 9
Photos: celebrated the topping out of the 17-story Central Courthouse project in downtown Portland this morning. The -built, -designed bldg will open spring 2020:
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DJC Oregon Nov 8
A $19 million mixed-use project taking shape in Cornelius will contain two floors of affordable senior housing over a ground-floor public library. is building the -designed project:
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DJC Oregon Nov 7
has kicked off work on the Press Blocks project with the demolition of a 1/2-block bldg in Goose Hollow, where and Security Properties are teaming to redevelop 1.5 blocks with 3 buildings of office/residential/commercial space:
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Mortenson Nov 6
Topped Off: Tops Off! The 600-room hotel team has completed the building’s structure.
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DJC Oregon Nov 2
The Portland Design Commission noted progress on ’ designs for the 35-story Block 216 tower during a design review Thursday. The changes could lay the groundwork for approval to come at the project's next hearing in December:
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ABC Pacific NW Nov 2
Fun Stuff Friday! Check out this great story on Rochelle Sadler! Apprenticeship changes lives and we are so proud to be a part of her journey.
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DJC Oregon Nov 2
Modular construction will be utilized on a North Portland affordable housing project designed by for :
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Chuck Slothower Nov 1
Starting a thread: The 35-story Block 216 proposal goes before the Portland Design Commission again today. Still has some work to do; staff report recommends denial. The 12-foot setback along Ninth Ave. remains an issue.
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DJC Oregon Nov 1
More than 18 months after inclusionary housing took effect in Portland, the first project to bring affordable housing to market under the policy may offer only a single affordable three-bedroom apartment, reports:
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DJC Oregon Oct 31
Construction will begin soon on a 12-story, 197-room designed by on a 7500-s.f. lot at SW 10th/Alder:
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DJC Oregon Oct 30
Rochelle Sadler recently became the first African-American woman ever in Oregon to reach journeyman status in the sheet metal trade. Not content to rest on her laurels, the pioneering tradeswoman is eyeing a future in project management:
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DJC Oregon Oct 26
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Skilled tradespeople aren't the only ones in short supply; contractors are competing for skilled construction managers, and offering jobs to students long before graduation:
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DJC Oregon Oct 26
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An affordable housing development set to break ground next month in NE Portland will feature a maker space, where residents and neighbors can engage in hands-on projects and be introduced to the building trades:
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