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WEEKLY UPDATE

Happy Thanksgiving from The Windward Teams

The Windward construction site will be closed Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week. There is possibility of some work there on the Saturday following Thanksgiving.

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Here are the construction activities happening at The Windward this coming week.

The Windward along “A” Avenue – Oregon Rustic Inspired

On the exterior, crews poured the sidewalk East of the building. On the SE elevation, gutters/downspouts were installed last week. Brick is being installed on the North elevation and stone veneer is being installed along the sidewalk. Inside the building, the units on the East side of the 3rd floor are still having flooring installed. On the West side of the 3rd floor, countertops were installed last week and flooring is being installed this week and next. On the 4th floor, flooring is being finished up this week and next week. On the ground level, the retail spaces are being framed and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing are roughing-in the ceiling. Steel canopies are starting install on the NW elevation.

The Windward along Second Street – Arts and Crafts Inspired

Brick is being finished up on the South elevation and the masons will move to the West elevation near the ramp beginning next week. Stucco being installed on the NW corner moving toward the South. The North elevation was painted last week. Gutters and downspouts are being installed on the North elevation beginning next week. Inside the building, kitchen cabinets and countertops were installed this week and flooring will begin next week in the North units on the ground floor. This week the vanities were installed and tile flooring will be installed next week. On the 1st floor, the North units being finished up with paint this week. The South units will be painted starting next week. On the 2nd floor, crews are taping the North units this week and drywall is finishing this week in the South units. On the 3rd floor, crews are framing in all the interior walls. PGE is installing the electrical transformers in the vault on the West side this week.

The Windward along First Street – English Tudor Inspired

Site work has started along First street to install new parking stalls, sidewalks, and lighted bollards. Steel canopies continue to be installed around the building. Balcony railings continue to be installed along the building and the East elevation is now installed. Inside the building, plumbing fixtures are being installed this week in the North and South units on Level 2. Plumbing fixtures will be installed on the 4th floor starting at the end of the month.

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

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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

Construction Project Office –  457 Second Street, Lake Oswego

November 17, 2017

November 17, 2017
Here is what will be happening this coming week.

Brick is being installed on the North elevation of The Windward along “A.”

Stone veneer will continue to be installed along the sidewalk adjacent to The Windward along “A.”

East side units of the third floor of The Windward along “A.” will continue to have flooring installed.

Flooring will be installed in the West units on 3rd floor of The Windward along “A”.

Flooring installation will continue on the 4th floor of The Windward along “A”.

On the ground level of the Windward along “A” retail spaces continue to be framed and mechanical, electrical and plumbing teams are roughing in the ceilings.

Steel canopies will continue be installed on the NW elevation of The Windward along “A”.

Masons will install brick on the West elevations near the ramp of The Windward along Second Street moving South.

Gutters and downspout installation will start on the North elevation of The Windward along Second Street

Inside on the North side of the Ground floor of The Windward along Second Street flooring installation begins.

1st floor North units of The Windward along Second Street painting will continue.

1st floor South units of The Windward along Second Street painting starts.

On the North side 2nd floor units of The Windward along Second Street taping continues.

On the South units of the 2nd floor of The Windward along Second Street drywall will finish.

On the 3rd floor of The Windward along Second Street crews will continue framing in interior walls.

On the West side of the 3rd floor of The Windward along Second Street PGE will install the electrical transformers in the vault.

First Street parking stalls, sidewalks and lighted bollards continue to be installed.

Storefront installation continues around the building at The Windward along First Street.

Balcony railings installation continues at The Windward along First Street.

On the inside of The Windward along First Street plumbing fixtures are being installed in the north and South units on Level 2

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

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