INLINE has finished the second floor of the Multnomah County North Portland Health Clinic project! We’re excited to show off the updated pharmacy and waiting area that the county has worked so hard to make happen. Our team is now downstairs working on remodeling the first floor.
The BSD Aloha High School Locker Room project is underway. This will be locker rooms and team rooms and the training room for Warrior athletes. Very excited to be a part of this exciting project! See the videos below to see how the project is going!
INLINE recently kicked off another project for Multnomah County. This project is a pharmacy remodel in an occupied space which requires temp wall and barriers. Work will include new cabinetry, floors, paint and electrical work. One of our temp walls is shown below!
INLINE recently completed Phase 1 of the Annastasia Salon in Portland. The salon was in need of a large remodel to their existing space and worked with INLINE to break the project into two phases in order to keep the stylists’ workstations open. This first phase included a remodel to the back half of the shop, which expanded the area to include (11) new stations vs. the previous (4). Work also included updating the cabinets, chairs, flooring, paint, and ceilings to a more modern and sleek look.
INLINE is very excited to have received the AGC PRIDE Safety Award this year! A lot of hard work and a dedication to safety helped us reach this important milestone.
Santa’s helpers unloaded the canned food that INLINE employees donated at the company Holiday party. We were able to donate 3 barrels of food to the Oregon Food Bank!
A big “Thank You” to all that have helped us this year. We truly appreciate our friends and allies and look forward to another successful year. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Halloween Thrills at INLINE
The INLINE office team dressed up and carved pumpkins for Halloween! We had a variety of fun costumes and the pumpkins turned out great to adorn the homes of the creators!
Office Ping-Pong Tournament
On Friday, September 23rd, the INLINE office held a Ping-Pong Tournament. With a $50 cash prize on the line everyone made a great showing, but no one could beat Jeff Stanton who took home the prize!
It’s BBQ Season!
The Flint brothers hosted a summer BBQ for the INLINE office staff. They made roughly 30 burgers and hotdogs and even picked up some mac salad from Hawaiian Time! Everything was delicious and there were barely any leftovers!
Annual Company Picnic
INLINE just celebrated another company picnic at Cook Park in Tigard on July 16th. Families and coworkers played softball, ate Famous Dave’s BBQ and won some great raffle prizes.
INLINE Welcomes new team members!
INLINE has some new faces around the office and jobsites!
SafetyWeek 2016 Expo
SafetyWeek Expo Announcement
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, May 3rd for INLINE’s 2nd Annual Safety Week Expo!
On Friday February 19th, INLINE employees and family members headed out to the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton to volunteer. They helped sort 10,179 lbs of food, which equaled 8,483 meals for needy families! Way to go!
December 12th marked the date for the 2015 INLINE Holiday Party. It was held at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club in Aloha. Party guests had a great spread with prime rib, turkey, mashed potatoes, and more delicious food. Employees that brought in canned goods for the Oregon Food Drive were entered into a raffle for a free vacation day and other prizes. In addition, big winners who played the tables had a great chance of winning prizes including four seats at the Blazers/Warriors game.
BAINBRIDGE KEYBANK BRANCH
INLINE recently completed the new KeyBank branch on Bainbridge Island in Washington. The new 3,500 SF facility features a cottage-lodge appearance with a precast veneer exterior and Hardie Plank siding. The project also involved an intricate storm detention system and site development package including a VAT drive-thru and ATM.
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Restore eight classrooms at Harrison Park School
Over the weekend of September 11-13th, Portland Public Schools called INLINE to help restore eight classrooms at Harrison Park School that were damaged by a fire. Out of the eight classrooms, six were damaged by smoke. Before the beginning of the restoration process, INLINE removed all of the furniture, including desks, chairs, white boards, and cork boards. Then the process to mend these rooms began. INLINE painted all of the walls, replaced the ceiling tiles, cleaned both the floors and furniture and reattached the boards. Two of the classrooms required more work than the previous six as they were destroyed by the fire. INLINE rebuilt the classrooms by equipping them with new framing, sheetrock, paint, flooring, grid ceilings, mechanical, plumbing and casework. INLINE would like to thank employees Richard Thoen, Barry Lazott, Dave Dorval, Ramiro Sanchez, Dave Vance, Josh Stevens, and Rob Winsley; and subcontractors Mike Crenshaw from Floor Factors and Kim Tingley from W.E. Given for their efficient and diligent efforts in completing this project over the weekend.
The weather held up perfectly with an overcast but breezy day. There was face painting, give-aways, potato sack races, and a friendly softball game. Famous Daveâ€™s catered the event and everyone chowed down on pulled pork sandwiches, ribs, brisket, cornbread muffins and more. INLINE is a truly privileged company to have such a great group of workers that come together with their families and can enjoy a Saturday out with fellow employees.â€
We had our first annual Safety Week Luncheon Tuesday May 5th!
Vendors, subcontractors and clients joined the INLINE crew for a Cinco de Mayo spread and learned about product lines from Hilti, ACME, Star Rentals, and Metro Fire & Safety. Metro even brought a fun activity – turn off a sprinkler with a Shutgun! We also had some lucky raffle prize winners who walked off with everything from gloves to a drone!
BUILDING ON A DIVERSE PARTNERSHIPS
“Building a brand new Key branch is much more than creating financial opportunities,” says Mark Phillips, Corporate Real Estate Solution Construction Manager. “It’s also about building lasting relationships with our clients, communities, vendors and employees.” When lining up the vendors that will actually construct our branches or any construction project much thought goes into now only how the project is built but also who is engaged in bringing the project to life.
INLINE Commercial Construction Inc. was recently selected for the Bainbridge Island project in Washington. INLINE is a diverse, family owned company based in Aloha, Ore. INLINE has worked with KeyBank for the past seven years on over fifty KeyBank projects.
Remarking about their relationship with KeyBank, INLINE founder and CEO Dave Flint commented, “KeyBank has been not only a great client, but a valued partner to INLINE. Our work with KeyBank has been a very rewarding experience. From maintenance projects to construction of new turnkey banks, the communication and follow-through from the team has shown a successful track record that proves how solid the relationship is. KeyBank has also proven to be a premier partner in all aspects of banking. INLINE is truly honored to continue to grow our relationship and expand our capacities in every manner.”
INLINE was chosen for the Bainbridge Island project not only on bid results but because of their history of top notch execution and performance. Like any truly mutually beneficial relationship, challenges are faced as a team. The strong, long-term partnership between Key and INLINE has resulted in shorter deliveries, higher product quality and lower cost.
“Based on the results of our new LEED certified branch in the Eugene market, INLINE understands our needs,” says John Nolting, Senior Vice President/RSL, Oregon & Alaska. “INLINE not only won the business but earned the right for more business.”
“Corporate Real Estate Solutions is dedicated to creating value not only in the projects we build but the relationships we maintain with our clients and vendors,” says Kane Kretzinger, Director, Corporate Real Estate Solutions. “This is a great example of a team coming together to create a mutually beneficial relationship.”
PCC SE Campus Library & Student Commons featured in Building Design + Construction Magazine
The PCC SE Campus Library and Student Commons was featured in the December 2014 edition of Building Design + Construction Magazine and made the cover page! Follow the link below to see the whole article.
INLINE AWARDED FMC TI PROJECT
INLINE was recently awarded Fresenius Medical Care’s training facility tenant improvement in Springfield, OR
This 7,900 SF, $900,000 project is the second large contract that FMC has entrusted to INLINE and is a fast track build-out to assist FMC as they continue to expand their services in the Northwest.
KEYBANK FAIRBANKS, ALASKA
The bank remained open throughout construction and all schedule benchmarks were met. This is our 16th branch project for long time client KeyBank.
VERNIER SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY
$4.6M Remodel and Addition Completed August 2014
PCC SE CAMPUS LIBRARY
- LEED GOLD Certified
- International Interior Design (IIDA) Award (Honorable Mention), Portland Chapter, 2014
$10.8M New 40,000sf construction completed June 2014.
KEYBANK BRANCH SPRINGFIELD, OR
INLINE finished the KeyBank branch in Springfield, OR in May of 2014. The building is a new, 3,900 SF ground-up banking facility featuring a (3) lane drive-thru, offices, teller lines and a conference room.
2013 ROSE AWARD
After winning the 2013 AGC ROSE award, INLINE was sponsored to participate in the national Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) competition in Las Vegas. This is a great honor as only three contractors in each category are invited to compete. Our team placed second in the Building Division for 100,001-250,000 man hours.