JWF was awarded the Box Canyon Hydroelectric Project Upstream Fish Passage Facility project in March 2016. Located near Ione, WA, the project is close to the Canadian border on the Pend Oreille River. Constrained by in-water work windows, high flows, fish migration and dam powerhouse outages, the project will eventually provide safe and timely upstream passage … Continue reading Box Canyon project moves forward
JWF partnered with Cascade Shoring LLC and other partners to highlight trench safety during the week of June 18 – 23, 2018. This reminder of the importance of safety during trenching activities was highlighted by an excavation safety video that the crew at each project watched and a Toolbox Talk.
The Northwest Utility Contractor’s Association, which JWF is a founding member of, released the following in a press release: Our College scholarship winner is James Seely. James is the son of Jim and Eileen Seely, and applied through NWUCA member James W. Fowler Co. James graduated from Glencoe High School and currently attends Oregon State University, … Continue reading NWUCA Awards Scholarship to JWF Employee’s Son
The Kaneohe/Kailua Sewer Tunnel increased the reliability of the aging Windward Oahu sewerage system by conveying flows by gravity from the Kaneohe Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Kailua Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, replacing an existing pump station and force main system. Additionally, the tunnel will store wet weather flows during heavy rain storms. JWF was … Continue reading Kaneohe-Kailua Sewer Pipeline
The Southwest Pipeline Project (SWPP) is a regional rural water distribution system which provides potable water service for both domestic and livestock use to the residents of southwest North Dakota. Located adjacent to Renner Bay in Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota, the project site is approximately 300 feet from the banks of the bay. The microtunnel … Continue reading Southwest Pipeline Project – Raw Water Intake Caisson, Intake Pipe & Screen
Aerial shots of the Rock Creek AWWTF project show the completed gravity thickeners and fermenters (the 4 white circles) and new pump station. Congratulations to this crew for their hard work!
The Rock Creek Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility provides wastewater treatment for an area west of Portland incorporating portion of the cities of Hillsboro. Beaverton, Aloha and other nearby areas. Originally constructed in 1977, the plant has continually expanded to keep pace with growth in the community. The scope of this contract consists of two new … Continue reading Rock Creek AWWTF Gravity Thickeners
JWF was recently awarded the Fulton Pump Station Replacement project by the City of Portland. Construction will begin in March to replace a century-old drinking water station and construct a new 9,600 square foot concrete pump station in Southwest Portland. Click on link to article from the Daily Journal of Commerce on March 2, 2015: Contractor … Continue reading JWF awarded project by City of Portland Water Bureau
James W. Fowler Co. is currently seeking a heavy civil construction estimator to join our team. Experience estimating large water/wastewater treatment plants and pump stations is preferred. Position requires a minimum of 10 years of heavy civil construction estimating, excellent computer skills (MS Office, Hard Dollar & Vista preferred, Primavera & AutoCad a plus), and … Continue reading Heavy Civil Construction Estimator Wanted To Join JWF Team
Stirring mechanisms in two of the gravity thickener tanks at the Rock Creek AWWTF are now complete and the remaining two tanks are being constructed simultaneously. The project is on schedule to meet the mandated September 2015 completion date.