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WEEKLY UPDATE

Great Construction Weather!

But it’s also lovely temperatures to shop and then sit outside the businesses on Second Street and look across at all the different work forming the variety of veneers which will make up The Windward. Take time at Farmer’s Market this Saturday to note the different character evolving in each of the buildings.

Many of the updates this week are a continuation of last week.

You can go to our Facebook page to see great pictures of the mosaics and the beams as they are being installed. 
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Here are the construction activities happening at The Windward this coming week

The Windward along “A” Avenue – Oregon Rustic Inspired

As we explained last week, the shingle roofing work is ongoing for the next few weeks. The roofers are focusing on the West side and specific areas around the chimneys. The masons are finishing up the brick veneer on both the NW chimney and NE chimney. Next week they are schedule to begin brick on the East and West elevation of the building. Windows will be installed following the brick. Inside the building, crews are preparing for the Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing inspection next week in order to start insulation and drywall on the 2nd floor. On the 3rd floor, crews are framing in the ceilings and walls. Spray foam insulation is scheduled to finish up this week on the 4th floor. The sloped roofing on the 4th floor will begin next week and continue for the next few weeks. After this is complete, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough-in can begin followed by wall and ceiling framing.

The Windward along Second Street – Arts and Crafts Inspired

TPO (membrane) roofing installation is about halfway through in the flat roof – about 2 weeks of work left. Shingles have begun to be installed in the sloped roofs facing the courtyard. On the exterior, Flashing is being installed on the NW elevation this week and windows will be installed following the flashing next week. Windows are installed in most of the elevations that face the courtyard. Inside the building, crews are continuing to rough-in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems on the 2nd floor. Rough-in on the first floor is complete and rough-in on the ground floor will begin next week. Crews are framing the interior walls next week on the first floor.

The Windward along First Street – English Tudor Inspired

The roofers have installed shingles on the West side of the building. They are starting on the North side of the East elevation and working toward the South. On the exterior, crews are working on building the chimneys on the South and SE elevations this week and next. The masons are installing brick on the North elevation this week and next. Concrete planters will start being formed up in the coming weeks on the NW elevation. Windows will be installed next week on the SW elevation once the scaffolding is removed. Inside the building, drywall has been installed in all the units on the 2nd floor. Tapers are working on the North portion of the floor this week and will be moving to the South portion next week. The painters will follow the tapers once units become available. On the 4th floor, the spray foam is complete and crews will be focusing on roughing-in the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire sprinkler in the ceilings in the next few weeks.

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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:

livethewindward.com    (503) 636-1152

Construction Project Office –  457 Second Street, Lake Oswego

June 23, 2017

Below is what will be happening on the Block this coming week.

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June 23, 2017
Here is what will be happening this coming week.

Brick veneer focused on West side and specific areas around the chimneys of The Windward along “A”.

Brick work will begin on the East and West elevations of The Windward along “A”.

Inside The Windward along “A” crews are working to finish mechanical, electrical, and plumbing rough-in for the inspection this coming week.

Crews will finish framing in of ceilings and walls on third floor of The Windward along “A” preparing for drywall.

Spray foam insulation in sloped roofing on 4th floor of The Windward along “A” is scheduled to finish up this week.

TPO (membrane) roofing through the flat roof will continue for the next two weeks at The Windward along Second Street.

Shingle roofing on the sloped roofs facing the courtyard will continue at The Windward along Second Street.

Window installation is ongoing in the Courtyard in The Windward along Second Street.

Inside The Windward along Second Street crews continue to rough-in mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems on the 2nd floor.

Rough in on the ground floor will begin next week inside The Windward along Second Street.

Framing of partition walls is on going on 1st floor in The Windward along Second Street.

On The Windward along First Street the detailed roof shingles work is ongoing on the North side of the east elevation working toward the South.

Chimneys will be built on the South and South East elevationsof The Windward along First Street next week.

Masons will continue to install brick on the North elevation of The Windward along First Street next week.

Concrete planters will start being formed on the North West elevation of The Windward along First Street.

Scaffolding will be removed on the South West elevation of The Windward along First Street and windows will be installed.

Drywall is now installed on the walls of all units on the the 2nd floor in The Windward along First Street.

Taping of dry wall has started at the north end of the 2nd floor of The Windward along First Street.

On South end of second floor in The Windward along First Street drywall will continue next week.

Painters will follow the tapers on the 2nd floor of The Windward along First Street.

On the 4th floor of The Windward along First Street, spray foam is complete. Crews will complete rough-in mechanical, electrical and plumbing and fire sprinklers in the ceilings over the next few weeks.

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

Project News Updates

Lake Oswego Wizer Block is now ‘The Windward’

Article by Pamplin Media Group. Originally publish online at The Lake Oswego Review 6/8/17.   Mixed-use development’s new name reflects it prime location next to Oswego Lake The Windward’s logo is designed to signify decades of water-related activities that helped...
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WHAT GOES UP…

Written by Anthony Macuk.  Originally published online Wednesday, 24 May 2017 by the Lake Oswego Review.  With the vertical stage of construction all but done, crews remove the tallest of two Wizer Block cranes in downtown Lake Oswego REVIEW PHOTO: ANTHONY MACUK – An...
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A TALL TALE

Article by Anthony Macuk.  Originally publish online at The Lake Oswego Review 5/11/17.   Lake Oswego’s Wizer Block construction project is about to hit another milestone: the removal of one of the two tall cranes that tower over the mixed-use development. But before that...
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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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