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North Parking Lot Improvements -Federal project for the National Parks Department-Contract amount $1,436,196 Braun Construction completed this project constructing a new three tier pervious parking lot at the Fort Vancouver Historic Site, a part of the National Park system. The park is a culturally sensitive site and archeological monitoring was required for all excavation and …
City of Hillsboro Contract Amount $222,656 Job Summary: Remove existing path & curbs, install new stone entry, crosswalk improvements, sidewalk, apron, rock retaining wall, build new asphalt path.
City of Sherwood Contract Amount $587,963 This project consisted of installation of storm sewer 10″ and 6″ HDPE pipe, asphalt removal, cement treatment of base, manhole installation, stormwater management, erosion control, asphalt concrete pavement, installation of new concrete sidewalk and curb, traffic control and restoration.
Clackamas County Contract Amount $442,630 Braun Construction was hired by Clackamas County to provide the following services on SE Last Road Street: road improvements, grading, storm water improvements, new sidewalk, curb and gutter, irrigation, striping and new asphalt paving.
US Army Corps of Engineers Contract Amount $76,999 Concrete pavement repair. Asphalt paving. Evacuation driveway and drain line repair.
City of Sherwood Contract Amount $587.963 City of Sherwood – Division Street and Orcutt Place Storm Sewer and Pavement Rehab Installation of storm sewer, asphalt removal, cement treating of base, asphalt concrete pavement placement, traffic control and restoration.
Concrete walls, planters and patio. Stormwater runoff now goes through plants and is filtered. This work was done at the Western Seminary for the City of Portland.
Contract Amount $364,715 Recommendation – Bob Collins, P.M.P. Construction Manager for Sherwood School District “Braun Construction contracted with the Sherwood School District in the Summer of 2009 to build a new landscaped courtyard where only asphalt and old abandoned drain lines existed previously. It was a challenging project with many unknown site issues …