Posts Tagged ‘Industrial’

CertainTeed | White City, OR

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
Certainteed

1200 Avenue G
White City, OR 97503

Masterbrand Cabinets | Grants Pass, OR

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
MasterBrand

550 SE Mill Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
24,144 SF

Read the rest of this page »

South Coast Lumber | Brookings, OR

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
SouthCoastLumber

885 Railroad Avenue
Brookings, OR

Roseburg Lumber Products | Riddle, OR

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
RoseburgLumberProducts

4500 Riddle Bypass Rd.
Riddle, OR 97462
500,000 SF

Read the rest of this page »

Trinity River Lumber Mill Re-opens

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Construction work completed at Trinity River Lumber Mill, and the mill has installed all the milling equipment and held its grand opening December 30, 2010.   The re-opening ceremonies were covered by a few news outlets.

http://www.krcrtv.com/news/26194349/detail.html

http://anewscafe.com/2011/01/24/rising-from-ashes-trinity-county-eagerly-awaits-rebuilt-mills-hum/

http://www.redding.com/news/2010/dec/30/in-weaverville-some-cuts-welcome/

http://www.khsltv.com/mostpopular/story/Weaverville-Mill-Reopens/nhGr3RIULEKyUwGTAsqPuw.cspx

http://sierracascadeexpo.com/weaver-sawmill-rises-from-the-ashes/

http://www.krcrtv.com/news/26166500/detail.html

We’re very pleased to have been a part of getting the mill open again, and in being able to hire some of the mill workers during the construction project. Our best wishes for a great future for Trinity River Lumber in Weaverville!

photo by Andreas Furman

photo by Andreas Furman

Wow! White City Industrial Projects!

Monday, August 2nd, 2010


View Batzer Construction Inc. Projects in a larger map

Last week we were out in White City to meet a new client at their building site.    Pete asked us about our qualifications and in a surprising piece of luck, we were able to turn around on his site and point to a half dozen facilities we have built. The concentration of Batzer Construction projects in White City is pretty amazing.

It’s got us thinking about how it would be cool to create a map of all our projects. We’ll see what happens, it’s tough to take time to make maps, when there are buildings to build.

Batzer Construction

“Mill Begins to Rebuild”

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Mill Begins to Rebuild
Completion expected by late summer

BY SALLY MORRIS THE TRINITY JOURNAL

Trinity River Lumber Company began the rebuilding of its Weaverville sawmill on Monday to replace the structure and equipment destroyed by fire last September.

Though the process of developing plans and timelines for rebuilding began immediately following the Sept. 12, 2009, fire, it has taken longer than expected to reach the point of actually beginning construction, according to a news release issued last week by the mill.

It also noted that an insurance settlement has progressed, but has not been reached yet.

Primary contractors for the rebuilding project will be Batzer Construction Inc. based in Medford, Ore., and West Coast Industrial out of Sweet Home, Ore.

Batzer will be working on the foundations and erection of the new building while West Coast will be replacing the sawmill equipment inside.

Mill Manager Dee Sanders said it is the goal of Trinity River Lumber to have the contractors use as many local subcontractors and employees as possible.

“Trinity County and the Weaverville community should receive a much-needed shot to the economy from the rebuilding efforts,” he said.

He added that Trinity River Lumber Company would like to thank the local and surrounding communities for their support and funds raised for the Golden Rule Club which has provided needed support for the mill employees since the fire.

Funds raised have reached $64,000 with $60,000 distributed to the employees to date.

Completion of the new sawmill construction is anticipated late in the summer and the company foresees returning to a full workforce once the mill is back in full production.

Prior to the Sept. 12 fire, the mill employed about 140 workers. Currently, it employs 25 in Weaverville and another 35 at a formerly closed mill in Anderson where temporary operations commenced shortly after the fire.