News & Announcements
EUGENE, Ore. -- A multi-million dollar project by Essex General Construction at the Eugene Airport is now complete.
Airport officials said the changes were made to ease congestion, after years of record breaking passenger growth. The project took two years and two months to complete.
In 2017 Essex General Construction turns 30 and we want you to participate. We've got some innovative, fun, and maybe even a few crazy ideas that we will share with you throughout the year. Stay tuned for news about how we will be celebrating and how we get excited!
Something is missing at the Eugene Airport — the long lines that can lead to the airline passenger screening area.
The Bold Steps Award is the kind of business award you would expect the City of Eugene to give.
The multimillion-dollar renovation of the John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts in downtown Eugene just got a big financial boost.
Essex has joined forces with local businesses Cafe Yumm! and So Delicious to support KLCC and FOOD for Lane County to feed your radio and feed a family.
One of Eugene’s largest builders has been making inroads in the Portland market.
Learn more about Essex commitment to the triple bottom line in this article in the Blue Chip.
Construction is progressing on the renovation and expansion of Eugene's airport.
The Long Tom Watershed Council is helping local businesses like ours to be better stewards of our stormwater.
Learn more about The Boathouse, a new LEED Gold apartment building on the waterfront in Portland.
It's official. Mayor Kitty Piercy named Essex General Construction as the 2016 Bold Steps winner.
Essex commitment to people, profit and planet spurs conversation among local industry leaders in CSI.
Essex hosts an art exhibition for Sponsors Inc. at the First Friday Art Walk in Eugene.
All great projects begin with a ground breaking ceremony.
Challenge: How to keep students comfortable in a demanding multi-tenant application, and still achieve high energy efficiency.
Essex worked closely with BRING Recycling to improve our practices.
We worked closely with the City of Veneta and architect Scott | Edwards to achieve a successful project.
Fern Ridge Service Center promises to be a great community asset in Veneta.
Staff from Essex and Wildish volunteer their labor to build a bridge for Mount Pisgah Arboretum.