News & Announcements
Essex's own Jon Mattheisen, who leads our concrete division, has been elected to the board of the Eugene Builders Exchange.
A new building is rising in the skyline of Midtown Eugene, and it will bring a home for a number of local arts organizations, as well as other residents.
Essex partners with Sponsors Inc. once again to provide more housing solutions to support people striving to be contributing members of our community. Learn more about the new Jeffrey Commons.
We've got so many talented design professionals in our community. Here's some of the great work they've submitted this year.
As I look to the future, I have no immediate plans to retire. I enjoy the work I do and the people I work with. Construction is a great industry, and I’m very happy that I found Essex and my family here! Let’s continue to build stuff together!!
Tell me about your history working for Essex General Construction.
My career at Essex began 19 years ago when I was hired as a receptionist/administrative assistant. I was the first-person people saw when they visited our office and the first person they spoke to when they called. There were no direct dial numbers back then.
I’ve worked at Essex for 18 years but have worked with Essex’s President Jon Texter on and off since 1976.
Donate now at KLCC.org to feed your radio and feed a child!
A local public transit advocacy group passed out awards this week for transportation improvements in Eugene and Springfield.
Better Eugene-Springfield Transportation (BEST) gave the inaugural “BESTies” awards to PeaceHealth Rides, Springfield’s Mill Race Path project, and Eugene’s Amazon Corner.
In Oregon’s education budget, school arts programs get the short shrift. To make this up—districts must rely on community-based support to ensure students receive at least some arts education.
Oro apartment building opening in May with a golden theme, small rooms and lots of space for work from homers to rub elbows.
Essex recently completed the conversion of a McGrath's restaurant into an Elmer's restaurant near Valley River Center.
On Friday, April 5th, Sponsors Inc. broke ground on ten new tiny homes designed to help people returning from prison to successfully transition back into our community.
We were curious about how Corbett decided to be an Estimator and why he decided to join Essex four years ago. Here's what we learned.
Essex: Ingenious ideas lead to innovative solutions. Featured in Open for Business Magazine.
Aaron Lacey is celebrating his two-year anniversary with Essex. Aaron is a Project Manager and has led projects such as Pear Valley Senior Living, Mahonia, and The Cottages at Greer Gardens. He is also breaking ground on a new Senior Living Community in Roseburg, Oregon.
Community Applause Award presented to Essex General Construction by Oregon Bankers Association and Oregon Business Magazine.
An interview with Dan Skotte Essex's New Senior Project Manager
What first got you interested in construction?
My interest in construction started in high school when I spent a summer working for a family friend who owned a custom home construction company. I was intrigued by the process and the challenges.
The February edition of ORA™ Power Rankings highlights the Top 100 Student Housing Properties in the nation by online reputation for 2018. The Top 100 properties made the cut from more than 1,500 student housing properties across 19+ review sites and ILSs. our project The Patterson was a strong contender.
The online home goods store plans to offer more than 600 full-time jobs at the new location, which is scheduled to open in spring.
It's official! Oregon Bankers Association and Oregon Business Magazine Present 2018 Community Applause Award to Essex General Construction
A decade in the making, Mountain Rose Herbs has opened its first mill in west Eugene with help from Essex General Construction
On June 29, 2018 the keys will be turned over to two tiny homes constructed by volunteers from Essex General Construction, Dustrud Architecture, Fifield Architecture + Urban Design, and many other donors and volunteers.
Make a gift of $75 to KLCC and Essex will donate 10 lunches to children through FOOD for Lane County.
Charlie and Julie Tilt needed storage space for their growing organic-food distribution business, Eugene-based Hummingbird Wholesale.
We are starting construction this month on the Midtown Arts Center, a $20 million multi-story building that will provide offices and rehearsal space for Eugene Ballet and other arts groups, plus homes for people who want to live near downtown Eugene.
It's official - Essex General Construction has been named one of the 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon.
A fascinating presentation about the upcoming Midtown Arts Center by Josh Neckels of Eugene Ballet and Paul Dustrud of Dustrud Architecture.
In 2017 Essex General Construction turned 30 and we had plenty to celebrate. Here's how we ended our year. get excited!
Congratulations to Bergsund Delaney Architecture, Sponsors Inc. and HACSA!