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GIVEAWAY! This goodie pack will not only get you through a day on the job, you'll do it in style. We’re giving away everything pictured PLUS a ticket to Women of Vision 2018. To enter, retweet our pinned post about Women of Vision (not this post). We’ll announce a winner on Oct 5
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DJC Oregon Sep 18
commissioners will vote this week on the $28 million sale of the historic Central Courthouse:
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DJC Oregon Sep 17
Mercantile Village, a mixed-use project w/ 208 residential units and 50k square feet of commercial space, was approved last week by the Lake Oswego Development Review Commission:
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DJC Oregon Sep 17
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DJC Oregon Sep 14
The team designing the proposed 35-story Block 216 building faces a critical question: How to make a modern skyscraper that stands out, yet respects a surrounding context of century-old buildings?
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DJC Oregon Sep 14
Replying to @REACHCDC @KGWNews and 9 others
Our own was there - keep an eye out for a story and photos next week.
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DJC Oregon Sep 13
The Portland Housing Bureau is in the process of acquiring a 115-year-old Old Town Chinatown building, which will likely be razed for a new affordable housing/homeless support project:
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Chuck Slothower Sep 13
The Portland Design Commission will shortly be discussing building design for the proposed 35-story Block 216 tower. Follow along if you like. There appear to be some drawings on offer.
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DJC Oregon Sep 10
A proposed mixed-use development with 310 residential units, developed by and designed by YBA Architects, could help transform Gresham’s Civic neighborhood into a much busier place:
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DJC Oregon Sep 7
Replying to @OHSUNews
View additional photos of ' latest building at
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DJC Oregon Sep 7
The integrated project delivery method played an important role in the effort to create the new $190 million Knight Cancer Research Building in Portland's South Waterfront District:
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Sam Tenney Sep 6
Photos: A new office/retail building on N. Williams features heavy timber construction & open floorplans. is putting the finishing touches on the -designed project:
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DJC Oregon Sep 6
Portland-based will open an office in Singapore, where it will be building an 11-story Facebook data center:
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DJC Oregon Sep 6
Portland-based just completed its third summer holding week-long trades skills camp for girls age 8-14. Check out a video of the camp here, and read about it in our Fall 2018 Women of Vision magazine:
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DJC Oregon Sep 4
The second annual Dropbox Derby design-build challenge sponsored by was held Monday on the Eastbank Esplanade and featured 27 teams of four people each. The winning team represented general contractor Engaging Environments. Here's a gallery:
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DJC Oregon Sep 4
Replying to @djcOregon
Check out a gallery of building photos at
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DJC Oregon Sep 4
has opened its new Hillsboro office building, which was designed by and built by and is being touted as the largest building in the country. Story by :
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Oregon Tradeswomen Sep 4
A huge thank you to for following the journey of two of our recent TACC grads through the program. These stories need to be told!
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DJC Oregon Aug 31
Here’s a link to the third and final story in a three-part series following a cohort of pre-apprentice students as they prepare for a career in the trades. You can read it here:
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DJC Oregon Aug 31
Construction is picking up on the site (including prep for a tower crane) of the Gresham High School expansion being carried out by . It’s part of a $291 million bond measure approved in 2016 by Gresham-Barlow School District voters.
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