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NWUCA Awards Scholarship to JWF Employee’s Son

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

JWF awarded project by City of Portland Water Bureau

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

Heavy Civil Construction Estimator Wanted To Join JWF Team

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

South Waterfront Crew Celebrates Final Major Milestone

The crew of the South Waterfront Greenway – Central District celebrated the completion of the final major milestone – all of the concrete work – on Friday, October 10, 2014 with a barbecue overlooking the river. The few remaining tasks, including the hydroseeding and benches, will be completed by the end of the month. Congratulations … Continue reading South Waterfront Crew Celebrates Final Major Milestone

Rock Creek Gravity Thickeners project taking shape

The Rock Creek Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility Gravity Thickeners project for Clean Water Services in Hillsboro, Oregon is really showing progress. The team has poured approximately 3,000 cubic yards of concrete since July 2014. The picture below shows two of the four 50-foot diameter tanks completed with the remaining two 50-foot diameter tanks being formed.  To … Continue reading Rock Creek Gravity Thickeners project taking shape