There is nothing like climbing a mountain together to build camaraderie, collaboration and a lifetime of memories! The WALSH team started in the dark by the light of the strawberry moon and summited the 11,249 feet of Mount Hood at sunrise. Everyone returned to Timberline Lodge safely and much stronger from the experience.
We were thrilled to celebrate SIX projects nominated for TopProjects at the Daily Journal of Commerce Oregon event last night! DJC TopProjects is the premier recognition program for the Pacific Northwest’s built environment that celebrates the most outstanding projects completed last year.
Whether creating new affordable homes from an old nursing dormitory, breathing new life and hope into a defunct rehabilitation center, or giving an exterior facelift to a 350,000-square-foot retirement community, we know how to engage in meaningful change in our communities, while working within the confines of existing space.
After nearly 10 years of planning and 19 months of construction, the new Linfield University Science Complex, featuring the brand-new W.M. Keck Science Center, is officially open. The 84,400 SF complex gives Linfield students the chance to do high levels of undergraduate research, whether that’s mutations to mitochondrial DNA or fermentation in the Evenstad Wine Laboratory. Research space has increased 232% for Linfield University students!
Congratulations to our Tacoma project, The Moraine, on their recent topping out! Amazing progress and an impeccable safety record to boot – zero safety incidents. 👏
This 125,000 SF apartment building that will hold 160 units ranging in size from micro all the way to 3-bedrooms along with a host of amenities, not to mention amazing views. Congrats to our project partner, Ethos Development LLC. And to our project team of Marc Streleski, Matt Holcolm, Derek Johnson, Andrew Billings, Tran Nguyen, and Cindie Banta!
📷 Rendering courtesy: Works Progress Architecture, LLP
Women numbered 10.9% of the entire U.S. construction workforce in 2022. Washington ranked fourth with 13.6%, with Oregon taking fifth place at 13.5%.
At Walsh Construction Co., we decided to do even better. We’re proud to claim 19.9% of our entire company identifies as women. Our commitment to an equitable workforce began when our doors opened back in 1961 and will continue as long as they stay open. Here’s to all the women in construction, but especially to our WALSH women!
Joined by local dignitaries and members of congress, Tacoma Housing Authority was able to celebrate the beginning of construction on Housing Hilltop with a groundbreaking ceremony. This project is set to deliver 231 affordable housing units to the community in late 2024.
Congratulations to our Walsh Construction Co. team of Dale Newcombe (pictured below at the podium), Joe Grim, Nathan Connaway, Tanner Romo, Jason McDonald, and Paige Paulston! And to our architect partners at SMR Architects.
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We started with a building shell and built HomePlate’s Dream Home! So excited to celebrate HomePlate Youth Services and their new headquarters which centralizes all of the non-profit’s operations in one location. HomePlate provides teens who are homeless or experiencing housing instability with drop-in services such as hot meals, hot showers, laundry, counseling and job placement services.
We are very thankful to have played a part in transforming the space for such an incredible community organization.