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DJC Oregon Jun 13
Many Portland-area architecture and engineering firms that survived the struggles of the last decade now find themselves larger than ever
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DJC Oregon Jun 13
The former Blue Heron Paper Co. mill site in Oregon City could be redeveloped as a mixed-use commercial project by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, which has signed a purchase and sale agreement with current owner George Heidgerken
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Next Portland Jun 13
Our weekly roundup was just updated, with a link to an unlocked story by in about the Broadway Corridor
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DJC Oregon Jun 13
An audit of the Portland Building project released yesterday faults the project team for lack of transparency amid a budget increase and failing to distribute nearly $1 million in equity funds for minority contractors
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DJC Oregon Jun 13
Minority-owned businesses don’t get a fair shot when it comes to construction work in Oregon, according to an April report by the Minority Contractor Participation Equity Committee
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DJC Oregon Jun 13
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Work on the Barlow HS will continue through the summer and be completed before the start of the 2019-20 school year
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DJC Oregon Jun 11
A lawsuit filed last week alleges Andersen Construction Co. officials hid assets from family members and transferred money from the company into individually controlled entities
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DJC Oregon Jun 11
General contractor is conducting a $54 million renovation and expansion of ’ Barlow High School, where the firm is building relationships with students who could eventually step into careers in the building industry
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DJC Oregon Jun 7
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Also before the design commission yesterday: OMSI's master plan, which also includes a Green Loop bridge
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DJC Oregon Jun 7
The Portland Design Commission on Thursday gave its first design advice on plans for the Broadway Corridor
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Chuck Slothower Jun 6
A Portland developer is proposing to build six 18-unit buildings that would not be subject to inclusionary housing rules.
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DJC Oregon Jun 6
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A potential reduction of the historic zoning designation around the adjacent Police Block building would result in the Toyoko Inn's design being reviewed by the Design Commission instead of the Historic Landmarks Commission:
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DJC Oregon Jun 6
A design advice request was submitted yesterday for the Toyoko Inn hotel project at SW 3rd & Oak. New proposal is for 600 rooms, up from 486 proposed last year
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DJC Oregon Jun 6
Trammell Crow is planning to add approximately 253k square feet of space to a Subaru facility in Gresham
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DJC Oregon Jun 4
Hyatt Centric Portland, a 215-room hotel by and , is slated for completion around the end of this year
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Portland Water Bureau Jun 4
These pictures may be worth 10,000 words. Check out this story from on all the improvements to the Washington Park Reservoirs.
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DJC Oregon Jun 4
Oregon lawmakers are taking action to ensure workers get paid even if a company goes out of business
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DJC Oregon Jun 4
Both Central City Master Plan proposals going before the Portland Design Commission this week include Green Loop bridges. Broadway Corridor would have a ramp leading to a bridge over the Johnson St. greenway, and OMSI's proposal includes 3 alternatives for spanning freight lines
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DJC Oregon May 31
“If you’re going to get into affordable housing, you better plan to stay in it,” says Ross Cornelius of . “It’s a long-term play.”
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DJC Oregon May 31
Builders’ latest hurdle: higher costs of materials
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