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Groundbreaking Ceremony at Fairfield Elementary

On Thursday, June 12, 2014 the Essex team including Mark Bruer, Perry Smick, Ron Spencer and Jodi Sommers joined students and staff, school board members and political dignitaries at Fairfield Elementary for a groundbreaking ceremony. That’s right. Construction has begun. Essex is building a replacement for the existing school which has served students in the […]

Daikin’s Priority Zone at Alder Suites

The project:  Alder Suites Apartments in Eugene, Oregon Contractor:  Essex General Construction, Inc. Subcontractor:  Innovative Air, Inc. Challenge:  How to keep students comfortable in a demanding multi-tenant application, and still achieve high energy efficiency. “The developers wanted multi-zone ductless systems for efficiency, but knew some systems “lock out” during opposing calls for heating or cooling. […]

Essex is now a Re:Think Certified Business

RE:think Business is a free, comprehensive program for Lane County businesses, offered by BRING and their partners: the City of Eugene, EWEB, and Lane County Waste Management. Once your business is enrolled, a trained Resource Conservation Advisor provides you with confidential advice and support on practical ways to trim waste and save money. Essex has […]

Looking for some good news?

Looking for some good news about the local economy? We’ve got some. Our clients, many of them local Eugene businesses, are expanding, and so are we. Along with the continued support of these great businesses and non-profits like Café Yumm!, Paradigm Properties, Sponsors, Inc. and others; we’ve also formed relationships with some great new clients, both […]

Chase Crossing, LEED Platinum Housing

Some people talk the talk. Some people walk the walk. And now, even more people can live the life. As sustainability becomes a more pervasive value, an increasing number of people are looking for green housing options. Fortunately LEED Platinum housing can be found at Chase Crossing in Eugene, Oregon.    To learn more about […]

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