Top Industrial Contractors
6712 N. Cutter Circle, Portland, OR 97217
About Andersen Construction
Driven by its long-standing goal of becoming its clients’ “Builder of Choice,” Andersen assesses its success by how well it meets and surpasses the clients’ expectations, as well as how well it accomplishes project goals and objectives. Andersen has achieved this success for more than seven decades in the industry by providing the highest level of service, value, and quality to every client relationship. Notable clients include Hampton Inn and Suites, Hilton, HP, and Oregon State University. The firm’s work has received numerous awards such as the Regional Excellence for the 2020 U.S. Woodworks Wood Design Awards, Top 100 U.S. Contractors 2018, 2019, and three Transformer Awards
This three-building, $10 million, concrete tilt-up warehouse business park in Portland, Oregon was built by Andersen Construction. Building 1 is a 158,592-square-foot flex space warehouse; Buildings 2 and 3 are each 22,608 square feet. Site work within a wetland area, a water quality pond, and a modified Berkley roof structure are all part of this project.
R & H Construction
2019 NW Wilson Street, Portland, OR 97209
About R & H Construction
R&H Construction enhances the Northwest’s reputation for highly sustainable projects and pushes the limits of what’s possible in construction. The firm’s guiding principles are integrity and unwavering commitment to achieving client satisfaction. The company is forward-thinking by involving services, experience, and knowledge early in the design phase to ensure cost and schedule certainty while delivering a smooth building experience. R&H Construction’s portfolio of clients includes major brands such as Muji, Atticus Hotel, Astoria Co-Op, Mercedes, and Toyota. Over the years, R&H has also been heralded as one of the Most Admired Companies and one of the 100 Best Companies by Portland Business Journal, and as one of the 100 Best Green Companies by Oregon Business Magazine.
R&H built this high-end office building in Madras to house Keith Manufacturing’s administration, sales, purchasing, parts, and engineering workers in one location. The two-story, 11,600-square-foot headquarters has an open floor concept that allows for better visibility and collaboration between departments. Keith’s network information from all of its facilities across the world is managed in a new data hall.
1026 SE Stark St., Portland, OR 97214
About Bremik Construction
Since its inception in 2014, Bremik Construction has had the goal of being Oregon’s greatest contractor. The company has made steady progress toward its aim of developing a team of skilled, like-minded workers who share the same beliefs. With its company culture and competitive nature, it has become a respected company that has received prestigious awards, such as the People’s Choice in the renovations category, and a LEED Silver recognition for excellence.
Bremik Construction has a lengthy list of clients, including Kaiser, Ford, and Chevrolet. Towne Storage, a 100,000-square-foot building built in 1916 that was seismically strengthened and renovated into creative office space, is shown here. A 4,000-square-foot roof deck with spectacular downtown views was constructed for the sixth-floor penthouse. Envelope upgrades, a restoration of the original water tower, new MEPFS throughout, a new roof and elevator core, and all external site work were included in the scope. This project was the winner of the Portland Business Journal Transformer award in 2017, the Demuro Award in 2018, and the AIA Oregon Seismic Upgrade Citation Award in 2019.
342 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR 97204
About Swinerton Builders
Swinerton Builders is a 100% employee-owned company that has provided commercial construction and construction management services across the United States since 1888. Under the strategic direction of Erik Foster, the firm’s principal, Swinerton Builders has been a favored builder and trusted partner in every market it serves, leading with integrity, passion, and excellence. In a constantly changing business, he aligns Swinerton Builders’ strategic vision to maintain the highest levels of quality, honesty, and innovation while giving outstanding value to clients and employee-shareholders. The firm was lauded for being awarded the “Best Project” in 2019, the ENR Mountain States 2020 Top Young Professional, and the Orange County Administration South Regional Project of the Year.
The new, 89,000-square-foot Wingspan Event Center replaces event buildings that were declared structurally unstable on the County Fairgrounds. A mass timber CLT “butterfly roof” and mass timber CLT structures over galleries and circulation areas are used in the conference facility. To accomplish the required greater spans, the main exposition hall uses mass trusses and structural steel. There are 200 trade show booths in the exposition hall, which also has four conference rooms, three meeting rooms, offices, and concession sections with a commercial kitchen.
Advanced American Construction, Inc.
8444 NW St. Helens Road, Portland, OR 97231
About Advanced American Construction, Inc.
As a full-service general contractor, AAC offers a wide range of services in heavy civil, marine, industrial, diving, underwater marine survey, demolition, and engineering for public and private clients throughout the western United States, with an emphasis on the Columbia, Snake, and Willamette River systems. The company is certified by AGC, Waterfront Coalition, Portland Business Alliance, and Washington Ports.
Advanced American Construction was responsible for the demolition, removal, and disposal of existing timber wharf and building structures, a floating dock, ramp, pilings, timber building, concrete foundation, concrete curbs, walkways, roadways, pavement, utilities, and garbage for this project for the City of Eureka. The new construction included a 460-foot concrete wharf, a boardwalk with jib cranes, lighting, railing, concrete piles, fender piles, guide piles, street architectural features, pedestrian access corridor enhancements, a floating dock, gangway, and a steel sheet pile wall.
Lorentz Bruun Construction
3611 SE 20th Ave. #300, Portland, OR 97202
About Lorentz Bruun Construction
Lorentz Bruun Construction was founded in 1946 and is one of the oldest continually operated and well-established general contractors. As a third-generation family-owned company, we provide the highest quality construction services in the Pacific Northwest. Over the course of 75 years, LBC has developed time-tested and proven methods to build projects in various industries including: Multi-family, Office, Athletic Facilities, Arenas, Industrial, Health Care, Life Sciences, Education, Higher Education, and Hospitality.
Lorentz Bruun Construction delivers consistent practices and professionalism in construction services so our clients will gain the advantages of our collective thought leadership and innovation. We aim to make a lasting impression in the market as a leader in quality and innovation. A unique collaborative approach to partnerships has allowed LBC to explore new avenues to operate in a lean and no-waste manner that will provide a creative and fresh vision. This has been a fundamental key to the firm’s longevity and stability in the market.
Lorentz Bruun Construction was chosen to construct the 20,000-square-foot Locomotive Maintenance and Museum for the Oregon Heritage Rail Foundation (OHRF). This new permanent home for Portland’s three historic steam locomotives includes a maintenance and restoration facility as well as a planned rail education and interpretive center, and is located near the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in the growing cultural area. The firm’s contractors converted a decommissioned industrial site into a lively, living education and public space that maintains and celebrates Portland’s and Oregon’s cultural legacy.
Hoffman Construction Company
805 SW Broadway #2100, Portland, OR 97205
About Hoffman Construction Company
Hoffman was founded in 1922 in Portland, Oregon, and has since evolved to become the largest general contractor in the Pacific Northwest. Hoffman’s executive leadership team and Board of Directors are construction industry experts that take a forward-thinking approach to leading the company with its employees. The firm has achieved success by giving the same high degree of dedication to every client and by assuming a leadership role in the Northwest building industry’s growth and development.
The photo features the Genentech “Fill and Finish” plant, a specialized 310,000-square-foot facility that receives biopharmaceutical goods and converts them into vials and syringes for distribution to healthcare practitioners. It serves as a distribution center as well as Genentech’s only fill-and-finish facility on the West Coast. The full commissioning procedure was done in-house by Hoffman, who documented thousands of welds and kilometers of intricate process pipework. Hoffman built the facility in a highly collaborative design-build process with the owner, who had a large workforce on site, and the electrical and mechanical partners.
Team Masters Constructions
1031 SE Mill St., Portland, OR 97214
About Team Masters Constructions
Team Masters Construction has been providing construction services to Oregon and Washington since 2003. Team Masters Construction upholds the highest quality and competitive standards in all of their projects. Under the guidance of firm principal Francisco Thompson, the company has successfully completed projects for clients such as Portland Rock Gym, Marriott, and Astoria Coop. The firm is driven by a mission to complete every project on time and within budget, utilizing industry best practices to provide the highest quality and unsurpassed customer care to each client. The company’s established values are the driving force behind every project and client connection.
The photo features one of the largest projects in Team Masters Constructions’s portfolio. Its team of professional builders was fully responsible for the industrial manufacturing and tenant improvement, as well as the insulation for the establishment.
19 NW 5th Ave., Suite 203, Portland, OR 97209
About Colas Construction
Colas Construction is a family-owned business that specializes in civic projects, affordable housing, retail, and mixed-use buildings. With more than two decades of experience in the industry, they are highly committed to their clients’ growth and well-being. Award-winning knowledge and a personal touch with strong relationships are among the company’s strengths, allowing it to save money and provide superior results ahead of schedule.
Colas Construction aims to inspire communities by raising the bar for excellent construction with a focus on sustainability, equity, and access to opportunity. The interior construction of a 12,000-square-foot Portland Streetcar Maintenance Facility Building was completed by Colas Construction, Inc. in 2012. The Portland Streetcar Loop Project’s Maintenance Facility provides service to both existing and new streetcars.
Phoenix Industrial Inc.
2111 SE Columbia Way Building 7 Suite 120, Vancouver, WA 98661
About Phoenix Industrial Inc.
Phoenix Industrial is a privately-owned, mid-sized heavy industrial general contractor located in Vancouver, Washington. Phoenix Industrial thrives in the project delivery environment and employs a team of skilled industrial construction employees who have spent their careers honing their skills. The firm has worked on some of the city’s most important projects and is skilled at working in remote places to produce exactly what its clients need.
In Helm, California, Phoenix Industrial built a new ammonia storage plant for a fertilizer producing company. The project included the construction of foundations for three new 60,000-gallon ammonia storage tanks, transfer pumps, and all necessary plumbing to connect to current facilities. The company’s team also aided Plant Operations by repairing a previous work installation. They narrowed the scope on issues involving ammonia transportation, which posed a significant risk to Plant people and property. The company also took the initiative to suggest a better installation, which was followed up with additional fieldwork hours.