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Press Release: Holiday Caroling Tour This Week

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011


Batzer Construction & the North Medford High School Choir Bring “Holiday Cheer”  on Tuesday & Wednesday

(Medford, OR)- Batzer Construction is bringing Holiday Cheer to the area by sponsoring a caroling tour for the North Medford High School choir. The local high school choir will be visiting several locations around the Medford area on Tuesday and Wednesday this week to bring the gift of song and good cheer.

On Tuesday December 13, they will be caroling at South Medford locations including St. Mary’s school, The Rogue Valley Manor, Medford Rotary Meeting at RVCC, Debby’s Diner in Phoenix, and The Medford Food Co-op.

On Wednesday December 14, the choir will be caroling at Complete Care Chiropractic in Eagle Point, the Allergy & Asthma Center of Southern Oregon, REMAX at Navigators Landing, KTVL 10, Medford School District Offices and KOBI 5.

Batzer will post a time schedule on their website on Tuesday and Wednesday morning and will also be tweeting the updates through the day as well as posting on their Facebook page so that people in the area might drop by one of the locations for a little holiday cheer.

Russ Batzer, Andy Batzer, or Bill Batzer will be accompanying the choir at different intervals. According to Russ “Taking the choir around really brings joy to people in the community. It lifts our spirits and theirs and helps the students too.”


Tuesday, December 13,  Caroling Schedule

9:30     St. Mary’s School, Medford, OR

10:30    The Manor, Medford, OR

11:30    Debby’s Diner in Phoenix, Phoenix, OR  (Note Updated time)

12:30    Medford Rotary Meeting at RVCC,  Medford Downtown Campus  (Note: Updated time)

1:00     Batzer Construction Offices, Medford, OR

1:30      Rogue Valley YMCA, Medford, OR  (NOTE Updated Time)

1:50         The Medford Food Co-op, Medford, OR  (NOTE Updated Time)

Wednesday, December 14,  Caroling Schedule

9:30     KDRV, Medford, OR

10:00     Wilson Equipment, Medford, OR

10:30     Re/Max Ideal Brokers, Medford, OR

11:30     Complete Care Chiropractic & Massage, Eagle Point, OR

12:30     Southern Oregon Allergy & Asthma Center, Medford, OR

1:15        KTVL, Medford, OR

2:00     Medford School District #549C, Medford, OR

2:30      KOBI, Medford, OR

North High Renovations Get High Marks

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Batzer Construction recently built a new library and added a student “Commons” to the NMHS campus……

The North Medford High School library has been converted into a commons area and a new library built as an addition.Mail Tribune / Bob Pennell

The North Medford High School library has been converted into a commons area and a new library built as an addition.Mail Tribune / Bob Pennell

July 09, 2010
By Paris Achen

A new 7,485-square-foot library opened in the spring, and the old library was converted into a 5,389-square-foot commons area. The dreary, rotting exterior and roof — once occupied by flocks of birds — have been replaced and painted a pale beige, brightening up the campus.

Click HERE to read the full story.

North Medford High School | Media Center

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

1900 North Keeneway Drive
Medford, OR 97504
9,000 SF Addition
9,500 SF Renovation

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Photo of the Week! #1

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Scott Heroux is project manager at North Medford High School Library Renovation. This week’s photo is from his Work in Progress report. He’s documented the re-use of N. Medford High’s iconic concrete columns in the new renovation. It has a great contrast of old and new, of manmade and nature.

Great Photo Scott!IMG_1743

Photo of the Week???!!!
We have more photos of holes in the ground than anyone could possibly imagine.  For that matter, we have photos of bolts, nails, and things being glued.

It’s hard to believe how important digital photography has become for construction management.   Our construction managers take photos to document steps of correct installation processes, to show clients the progress, to send to architects to ask a question, to discuss an issue with a subcontractor.   The photos are amazingly valuable tool.

Sometimes after looking at  endless numbers of photos of holes in the ground, we run into a great one.    With a click of a button the camera captures line, form, and light.  There is a beauty to what we do and how we do it.  There are stories captured in those digital photo files.  Hence “Photo of the Week” to is here to highlight those photos from our own staff, that say something beautiful or unusual about the work we do.