Welcome to the Timeline Page for the Downtown Lake Oswego 137 Redevelopment

WEEKLY UPDATE

Spectacular Weather Forecast for Topping Out Ceremony This Friday

If you are close to Block 137 on Friday, September 16, at around 1:00 p.m. come watch the Topping Out ceremony from First Street. Stay tuned to our facebook page for final details this week www.facebook.com/TimelineLO137.

You are encouraged to check our Facebook page www.facebook.com/TimelineLO137 anytime for weekly news and photos.

Please call any of the numbers or email any of the people listed below with your questions.

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Questions Regarding Project Site:
Dan Armstrong          (503) 937-9117           dan.armstrong@lewisbuilds.com

Questions Regarding Construction:
Matt Baker                 (503) 937-9117            matt.baker@lewisbuilds.com

Comments or Concerns:
Elaine Franklin           (503) 819-2647         elainefranklin1@aol.com

Questions from Media:
Elaine Franklin           (503) 819-2647         elainefranklin1@aol.com

Commercial/Retail Leasing:
Kathleen Healy          (503) 274-0211          kathleen@cra-nw.com
Scott Buth                   (503) 274-0211          scott@cra-nw.com
Ashley Heichelbech  (503) 274-0211          ashley@cra-nw.com

Residential Leasing:
Julie Hoffinger           (503) 248-9371          jhoffinger@phkinc.com

Construction Project Office –  457 Second Street, Lake Oswego

September 12, 2016

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September 12, 2016
Here is what will be happening this coming week.

The final concrete pour for 4th floor of Building A will take place.

Building C concrete work is almost finished: some of the shoring will start to be removed.

Concrete placing boom will be removed.

Structural steel for the roof structure on building C will start.

Steel worker crews will be up on the concrete decks, continue to weld the steel bases for the vertical steel columns.

Exterior panelized sections for Building C will start to arrive.

“Topping out” celebrations continue to be planned.

Exterior framing with sheathing and weather barrier continues to be prefabricated in panelized sections off site. Among the many benefits of offsite prefabrication are quality control and safety and speed of installation.

Behind the scenes all details of architectural and mechanical work are being worked on. Many finishes are being chosen.

As always don't hesitate to call or email any of the people listed on the left side of this page.

Project News Updates

It’s all Steel and Concrete

Written by Anthony Macuk.  Originally published in the Lake Oswego Review – 6/30/16. “In a nutshell, we dug a gigantic hole, shored it, and now we’re bringing it back up.” That’s how Ryan Browne, one of two project superintendents, describes the last eight months of...
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Wizer Block 137 Chosen by the Lake Oswego Review as Top Story in 2015

From the Lake Oswego Review Online 12/30/15.  Written by Gary M. Stein.  See full article here. Nothing had as much of an impact on the community in 2015 as the Wizer Block, which sits atop The Lake Oswego Review’s list of the Top 10 stories of the year. 1. Older and Wizer...

Lake Oswego businessman, philanthropist Gene Wizer dies

Jillian Daley, Anthony Macuk, Cliff Newell and Barb Randall contributed to this story.  Originally published in the Lake Oswego Review 12/17/15 Businessman and philanthropist Gene Wizer, whose impact on Lake Oswego extended from his beloved grocery stores to his deep involvement...

Transforming the Wizer Block

Originally published online by the Lake Oswego Review – 11/12/15 Lake Oswego photographer Clifford Paguio’s latest drone photos show dramatic progress over the past week CLIFFORD PAGUIO/FOR THE REVIEW – Nov. 9, 2015: Looking north and west from the corner of...