Slayden, a subsidiary of MWH Constructors, Inc., was selected as the construction manager/general contractor (GM/GC) for a $27 million project for a new Water Treatment Plant in Lebanon, Ore. The project is scheduled to begin in May 2017, with a substantial completion date of December 2018. The new water treatment plant will completely replace the…

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On January 27th, 2017 AGC’s Oregon Columbia Chapter hosted its annual Business Meeting in Portland. The day was packed full with a state of the chapter report, political updates, discussion sessions, the Industry Showcase, and a safety lunch concluding with presentation of the ROSE and PRIDE Safety Awards. The AGC Safety Program Recognition Indicating Dedication…

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Congratulations Award Winners Outstanding Members in Safety AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter recognized several members at the annual Safety award Luncheon for their outstanding safety achievements.  Our guest speaker was Howard Mavity. The ROSE Award is Recognition of Safety Excellence and recognizes chapter leaders in safety excellence,  provides an excellent way to document your achievements in safety, and offers an…

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AGC has demonstrated a long-standing commitment to safety in the construction workplace, and has continued to reinforce our credibility in the construction industry and safety communities. These prestigious awards and the public recognition that comes with them help propel AGC towards its goal of enhancing the public image of AGC and its members. Our award…

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In January 2016, MWH Constructors acquired Slayden, now known as Slayden Slayden, based in Stayton, Oregon, has operated in the Pacific Northwest region for more than 30 years and is a leader in the construction industry. MWH Constructors and Slayden have partnered in the past on projects, including the $22.7 million Corona Del Mar Water…

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MWH Constructors and Slayden Inc. were awarded a $125 million contract by the city of Spokane to provide general contractor and construction manager services for an upgraded tertiary filtration system for the Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility. As designed, the system is the most effective phosphate removal process of its kind in the U.S., according…

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Slayden (Slayden) has been awarded a $25 million construction manager/general contractor (CM/GC) contract by the Joint Water Commission (JWC) for the Water Treatment Plant Expansion Project in Forest Grove, Ore. Preconstruction services began in August with construction scheduled to begin in February 2017, and substantial completion is slated for May 2019. The water treatment plant…

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