A peek into some of our recent projects

Mountainview Dental (Ridgefield, WA)

Mountainview Dental is a 1.8 acre, two-lot commercial development. It consists of a 35,000sf parking lot with site utilities including an 84in CMP retention facility, above-ground infiltration rain garden, site sewer, water, and fire supply. We were also contracted to perform the site work for the 8,000sf dental office. During this project, we performed concrete treatment to the soils to bridge the muddy Ridgefield soils.

Happy Market (Portland, OR)

Happy Market is a small, 4500sf project to construct a new 1,700sf neighborhood market to replace the existing one, which remained onsite. This project was extremely confined, with little to no room for our equipment. We had to innovate to bridge over rebar and footings, keep the store open and running, and install a 15ft deep drywell in sluffing soils nearby structures. Projects like this make us thankful for our swing booms and Engcon tilt rotators.

PCC Barn and Grounds Building (Beaverton, OR)

This public project involved replacing structures for Portland Community College. We demolished an existing 8,500sf barn and 2,200sf grounds maintenance facility, recycling materials to meet PCC requirements. The buildings were replaced with a new 8,000sf barn, 2,500sf grounds building, and 2,000sf equipment carport, as well as utilities required for the buildings. We also worked with Northwest College of Construction to fulfill workforce requirements.

Amtrak ADA Upgrades (Bingen, WA)

This federal project was part of a nation-wide ADA upgrade program for Amtrak stations. We demolished the existing train ramp, and surrounding hardscapes and utilities. The new structures and utilities include a 338ft train ramp, a new infiltration pond, ADA ramps, parking stalls, and drainage systems.

Riverside High School Phase 2 (Tualatin, OR)

This public project was part of a larger renovation to existing Athey Creek Middle School to convert it to Riverside High School. We installed utilities and subgrade for a new addition to the wood shop, as well as partnering with Ness Campbell Crane to replace the existing grease interceptor. There were also minor site improvements, such as an ADA accessible route with new ramps from the school to the track.

Reynolds Infill (Vancouver, WA)

This project was a half-acre short plat development. GT Bladeworks partnered with regional professionals to provide a turn-key service for the project owner. The project involved removing existing structures, trees, and vegetation, new sidewalks and approaches, electrical services and streetlights, sewer and water services, and minor site grading.