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Current Projects

Centennial Industrial Park Lot 1 Building Project

Construction of approximately 124,768sf industrial building shell in Vancouver, WA. The building is concrete wall tilt-up style on an on-grade concrete slab capable of serving up to five future tenants. Project also includes landscaping, paved parking, drive aisles and trailer parking.

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Vancouver Fire Stations 1 & 2

Construction of Fire Stations 1 & 2 and associated site work and paving improvements in Vancouver, WA.

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Construction Waste Processing and Transfer Center

This project is located at the southern end of the Salem Airport property, adjacent to Airway Drive SE. The project includes a septage receiving facility, eductor waste dewatering bays, covered drying areas, covered dewatering silt settling basins, a covered clean material and construction debris storage area, stormwater detention basins, a wheel wash facility, and a transportation storage area.

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Cleveland High School

Main Building approx. 175,589 s.f. Architectural - Re-roof with SBS roofing materials and rigid insulation, replace skylights and roof hatches, replace gutters and downspouts, raise weeps in existing brick cavity walls to accommodate new roof level, fill in existing roof access door and install new roof over access well, replace existing ladder and add new roof ladders, raise existing window and door sills to accommodate new roof level, replace windows and doors, raise parapets and perimeter walls of some roofs to accommodate new roof level, remove brick chimney, install new ADA compliant handrails, install new ADA compliant lever handles on doors.

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West Linn High School 700 Bldg Remodel & Addition

Modification of the "700" Building including an expansion of the building by approx. 1,495 s.f. interior classroom remodeling, addition of one new classroom and eliminate exterior restroom and concession. Fiber cement panel system, aluminum storefront windows, thermoplastic membrane roofing, steel decking, interior finishes, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, sitework, utilities, planting and irrigation.

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Hockinson High School Improvements

Work includes paving and parking lots, wrestling pavilion and restroom construction, maintenance building construction, band room addition, tennis courts, baseball, softball and soccer field construction, bleacher lighting, miscellaneous grading and landscaping, and mechanical and electrical work in support of these items.

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Civic Buildings and Museums

Wanapum Heritage Center

The new 50,000 square foot Wanapum Heritage Center is a collaborative effort between the Wanapum Tribe of the Columbia River and the Grant County Public Utility District to preserve the story of the Wanapum people. Situated on the Columbia River, near the traditional location of the Wanapum Village, the new Museum and Heritage Center takes its formal cues from the basalt cliffs of the surrounding landscape. A simple concrete form houses the permanent exhibit and repository, while a wood and steel frame provides the backdrop for the more active and community based functions of the facility. The new Museum houses permanent and temporary exhibits, a collections repository, library and gift shop, as well as spaces for administration, active exhibits, cultural activities, community gatherings and academic conferences.

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Kelso City Hall

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Sherwood Center for the Arts

A 15,000-square-foot Center for the Arts which offers a 400-seat amphitheater, classrooms and 3,000 square feet of retail space.

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Schools

Walla Walla Community College William A. Grant Water & Environmental Center Expansion

This project consisted of a single story Academic Building addition to the existing Water Center Building. The addition is approximately 14,600 square feet. It is a slab on grade wood framed structure that is adjacent to and connecting to the existing building, and designed to complement the current structure. The project obtained LEED Gold certification. This was a 15 month project.

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Marysville K-8 Rebuild

Restoration of an existing 53,490 square foot, single story, wood frame structure, rebuild of burned gymnasium, classroom upgrade to science lab, conversion of unburned gymnasium to media center, creation of new tech lab/classroom and reconfiguration of existing admin area.

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Camas High School

The Camas High School project consisted of renovations and an addition of approximately 25,000 square feet that increased the school’s capacity by 350 students. The project included a new student commons, training classroom, wrestling and dance rooms and classroom wing, which adds the equivalent of 11 classrooms. The library was also expanded and the physical education areas renovated. Additionally, the front entrance of the school was renovated to help improve security.

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Clark College Stout Hall

This project began with the demolition of the existing Stout Hall structure which housed classrooms, study areas and concessions. The new unique curved structure ties to existing buildings on two sides and is the anchor of the southeast corner of the main campus. The multi-level steel framed structure features 10 smart classrooms, 20 faculty offices, a student lounge and a food vending area. Extensive underground work was necessary to house piping for site utilities, electric power and storm drainage.

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WSSB New Physical Education Center

This project included the demolition of the existing physical education center and construction of a new 29,100 square foot building. With a bent steel roof structure, steel framing and concrete tilt-up construction this facility houses a pool, gymnasium, athletic rooms, general administrative space and main lobby areas. The project was designed and constructed to obtain LEED Silver certification. The mechanical system was designed and engineered to use the pool water to help maintain the heating of the building. This helps reduce the environmental foot print for the building. The WSSB New Physical Education Center electrical system was designed using computer and system programs to reduce the school’s energy use. All of the storm water from the roof and parking lot filters through a bio swale; the largest true bio swale in the State of Washington.

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Ezra Meeker Elementary School

This project featured eight individual phases of school renovations coinciding with a complete addition to the school. Corp Inc. Construction worked closely with the School Staff and Management Team to coordinate move-out dates for the classrooms scheduled in each phase of the renovation. All phases of renovation were completed on schedule. Construction included extensive cabinetry upgrades and corridor improvements, the addition of gymnasium and complete hard wood stage with lighting and drapery systems and extensive mechanical upgrades including new boilers and complete hydronics upgrade. In addition, Corp Inc. Construction featured “Builder Bob” days for the students to promote school safety during construction and further students’ understanding of the construction industry.

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Fire Stations

Hood River Fire Station

This project began with the demolition of the existing Fire Station structure and related site work necessary to prepare for the new building. The new, 2-story Fire Station is comprised of approximately 17,900 square feet. It is a wood framed structure with masonry veneer, fiber cement board siding, and aluminum storefront windows. Seismic rehabilitation was also completed. This was a 10 month project.

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May Valley Rd Fire Station 78

Single story building of approximately 9,500 square feet that houses fire station personnel with three (3) drive through vehicle bays and crew living and sleeping and office areas. Composite asphalt shingle roofing, aluminum storefront, overhead doors, fiber cement panel siding and horizontal fiber cement board siding exterior, interior finishes, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and electrical. The project also included the development of the approximately 2 acres of a 5.79 acre project site which involved site clearing, retaining structures, concrete and asphalt paving, construction of site and frontage improvements and off-site improvements.

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Fire Station 92

Located in Mercer Island, WA

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Libraries

Independence Public Library

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Parks and Recreation

Port of Newport RV Park

The Port of Newport RV Park offers visitors 92 recreation vehicle spaces and a large adjacent parking lot. Landscaped borders and islands are featured throughout the park.

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Hopkins Ball Field

Complete Ball Field facility including infield grading, soil amendments, infield sod, backstops, irrigation, scoreboards and site access. Preparatory work was also completed for future construction.

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Reedville Creek Park

Conversion of a 9 acre orchard into a first class city park. Ammenities include a large two tier fountain with water display, extensive stone work, restrooms, covered area, pergola, tennis and basketball court, softball and soccer fields, and skate park. Sitework includes storm water swale, filter system, and parking lot.

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Deschutes County RV Park

9 acre RV Park located in Redmond, Oregon at the Deschutes Co. Fairgrounds. This project included the construction of the park public restroom and laundry faciltiy as well as park host residence.

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