Gerding was honored to receive the “Chair” award at the Ocwcog Celebrate LBL Event last Thursday as having contributed to our local region. We are very proud of our local partners who are contributing within our community.
Concrete tilt panels going up today at the Corvallis Boys & Girls Club! The weather isn’t as nice as it looks in the photo, but the crew is ignoring the elements and panels are going in smoothly.
The Nectar Creek tasting room & production facility is making great progress. The new facility will include a spacious tasting room lined with an abundance of picture windows, an outdoor patio, enclosed meadery production facility, office space and conference room. The project, supervised by Erik Triebes (Gerding Superintendent) is on schedule to finish up later this summer.
ALBANY, Ore. – A new $10 million fire station is going up downtown, paid for by a voter-approved bond measure.
While it’s just nuts and bolts and planks and screws for now, in four months this will be the new Station 11 and administrative headquarters for the Albany Fire Department.
Fire Chief John Bradner said the 2015 bond measure allowed the department to retire the old Station 11 after 67 years.
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