Tag Archives: Portland

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

South Waterfront Greenway path completed

The paving is complete on the path along the Willamette River between the Marquam Bridge and an existing trail at John’s Landing for the South Waterfront Greenway Central District Improvements project in Portland, Oregon. Remaining tasks including completing the lighting along the path and the irrigation for the landscaping. The project is scheduled for completion later … Continue reading South Waterfront Greenway path completed

JWF crews install new load cells in Port of Portland Terminal 6 cranes

Today JWF crews finished installing the last of twelve load cells in three cranes at the Port of Portland. This project had an extremely strict project timeline because work on the cranes had to be completed when there were no ships at the Port to be unloaded. The remaining contract work, torqueing the bolts and touching … Continue reading JWF crews install new load cells in Port of Portland Terminal 6 cranes

South Waterfront Greenway – Central District Improvements

This 100-foot wide regional park extends along the riverbank and near-shore area of the Willamette River for a little over a mile between the Marquam Bridge and an existing trail at John’s Landing. This project also is one of the first in the region to attempt large-scale restoration of a blighted riverbank into functioning habitat … Continue reading South Waterfront Greenway – Central District Improvements

Balch Consolidation Conduit Shafts & Pipelines awarded second place in annual DJC Top Projects

Constructing pipelines and shafts to control combined sewer overflows is no simple matter, especially when doing so through a former landfill. Working their way through fragments of glass, brick, wood, wire and sheet metal, in addition to unexpected boulders and even an automobile chassis, project team members for the Balch Consolidation Conduit Shafts and Pipelines … Continue reading Balch Consolidation Conduit Shafts & Pipelines awarded second place in annual DJC Top Projects