Posts Tagged ‘Oregon’

Invitation To Bid | New Geothermal Power Plant

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

Invitation to BidBatzer Construction, Inc. (BCI) Design/Build Contractor for New Geothermal Power Plant located in Klamath Falls, Oregon and being performed for Oregon Institute of Technology requests sub-bid proposals.

The bid package includes Site Work, Concrete, Pre-Engineered Building, Misc. Steel Systems, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, and Geothermal Installation Subcontractors must be pre-qualified.

Proposals must utilize the specified PROPOSAL FORM and be delivered, faxed, or emailed to arrive at Batzer Construction, Inc., 190 N. Ross Lane/PO Box 4460, Medford, Oregon 97501, Bid Fax 541-770-5361, Email bids @ no later than 2:00 p.m., November 09, 2012.

Bidders must be properly licensed with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (“CCB”) at the time of bid.  Bidders are required to file a $30,000 Public Works Bond with the CCB in accordance with ORS 279C.836 EXCEPT exemptions allowed under paragraphs (7) or (8) will not be permitted.  Due to the scheduled start of the work, the $30,000 Public Works Bond must be on file with the CCB at the time of bid.  This is a prevailing wage project.  Bidders must comply with requirements of the prevailing wage law in ORS Chapter 279C.

Refer to proposal documents for complete proposal requirements and additional information.  Proposal documents may be examined at local plan centers including Medford and Klamath Falls, and ISQFT (call Batzer for Access), or obtained for the non-refundable cost of $200 (for reproduction and shipping) from Batzer Construction (541) 773-7553.

Contractor is committed to promoting and stimulating the growth of minority business enterprises, women business enterprises, and emerging small business (M/W/ESB) firms and maximizing the opportunities for State of Oregon certified M/W/ESB firms to participate in the work of this project.  Notwithstanding that a specific M/W/ESB contracting goal has not been established for this project, bidders are encouraged to utilize such firms through sub-tier contracting and/or material purchases and shall provide documentation of its good faith efforts and achievements.

Contractor is an equal opportunity employer and requests bids from all qualified firms including disadvantaged, minority, women, disabled veterans, and emerging small business enterprises. CCB License #132902

Invitation to Bid: Coos Maritime Museum Construction

Friday, June 8th, 2012

Invitation to Bid


Batzer Construction, Inc. is seeking bids from suppliers and qualified sub-contractors for all phases of construction of the Coos Historical & Maritime Center in Coos Bay, OR. This is a 13,000 sf new construction building on a pile driven pier.  Construction Documents may be examined at the office of the Owner’s Representative: Crow/Clay & Associates Inc., Architect and Planning; 125 W. Central Avenue, Suite 400; Coos Bay OR 97420; (541)-269-9388 and at multiple Bid Exchange locations.

BIDS and QUALIFICATIONS are due to Batzer Construction by 5:00pm, June 20, 2012. Contact our Estimating Department at 541-773-7553 to be added to the bidders list to receive the additional information about bidding this project.  1

CCB # 132902.

Batzer Construction, Inc.
190 N. Ross Lane
PO Box 4460
Medford, OR 97501

Batzer Wins Award for Grants Pass Renovation

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Award for Web

Complete Care Chiropractic & Massage

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

1296 S. Shasta Ave.
Eagle Point, OR 97524
4,904 SF

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Black Oak Medical Plaza

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012
96 dpi Black Oak Front Entrance

555 Black Oak Drive
Medford, OR 97504
60,915  SF

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Mail Tribune: Salvation Army to dedicate renovated church building

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

March 23, 2012

The Salvation Army will dedicate its renovated church at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at 304 Beatty St., Medford.

The church was built in the 1920s for the Seventh-day Adventists and became the Salvation Army church later in the 20th century.

In 2007, a broken water pipe damaged the property so badly that church services could no longer be held in the building.

In September 2011, Batzer Construction began the renovation project…,

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Press Release: Construction Completed at Debby’s Diner and All RV Needs

Monday, March 12th, 2012

“Construction Completed at Debby’s Diner and All RV Needs”

Grand Opening Scheduled for Thursday, March 15th 9:30am

Phoenix, OR, (March 12, 2012) – Batzer Construction recently completed the much anticipated buildings for Debby’s Diner and All RV Needs located on Hwy 99 just North of Phoenix. Both businesses are currently setting up for a Grand Opening planned for 9:30am Thursday, March 15th.
Batzer Construction began construction in September of last year. Originally the site had been intended to be an exclusive RV service facility, but when Debby’s Diner needed to relocate from its current facility the Hwy 99 option quickly became an ideal site for their new family restaurant.   Debby’s Diner has a loyal clientele of families, community members, hot rod clubs, motorcycle riders, local fire departments and regular customers that are excited to have additional room to gather at the new location.
The new Debby’s Diner was designed by Batzer’s Gary Caperna, AIA and Mark McKechnie, AIA of Oregon Architecture, Inc., as a nostalgic 1950’s diner. Caperna carefully designed the diner to fit a 12 foot vintage 1910 soda fountain that was once housed in the old Jacksonville pharmacy.  Design elements of the new diner include classic chrome details, a checkerboard floor and the familiar “Happy Day” style jukebox. According to Debby Hartnell, owner of Debby’s Diner, this is an exciting event. “We are thrilled to be able to share the new restaurant with our wonderful customers as well as the entire community. It is our dream that Debby’s Diner will be a place where memories will be made for families who live or visit our area!”  Hartnell doesn’t serve alcohol and plans to maintain a family focused gathering place for the community. Included in the design of the new diner is dedicated space reserved for parties and performances. The outdoor seating patio will double seating capacity and provide an entirely new space for guests to enjoy during the warm weather.
Debby’s Diner Grand Opening is scheduled for Thursday, March 15th. Included in the events will be members from The Rogue Valley Hot Rod Club, Southern Oregon Street Rods, the Corvette Club and the vintage Umpqua Ice Cream Truck (making sure the soda fountain is well stocked) and a sighting of “Elvis” is expected.   Festivities begin at 9:30am with a duel ribbon cutting ceremony, Phoenix Chamber of Commerce will start off the event while the Medford/Jackson Chamber will have their moment at 10:15.  Next door, All RV Needs will be showing off their state-of-the-art RV repair and customization shop throughout the day.

All RV Needs was designed as a steel building with three service bays that have the width to accommodate the dual popout style of RV’s. The facility will provide a high-end professional experience that hasn’t been offered in the area before.
According to Russ Batzer, President of Batzer Construction, “Both of these businesses have such passion for what they do; it’s been a pleasure to help make their dreams become a reality.  And I know the entire community will enjoy the fun atmosphere that Debby’s Dinner and All RV Needs provides.”
The media and community are invited to attend the Grand Opening Ceremonies.

Press Release: Batzer Construction Completes Work at the The Salvation Army Church

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

100dpi-5March 8, 2012

“Batzer Construction Completes Work at the Salvation Army Church”

Medford, OR, (March 8, 2012) – Renovation of The Salvation Army Church on Beatty Street will be completed this week.  Originally built in the 1920’s for the Seventh Day Adventists, in 2007 water from a broken pipe damaged the property so badly that church services could no longer be held in the building. As a result, it became more of a storage unit than the active church and social hall The Salvation Army is known for having.  The neighborhood had lost a valuable resource so The Salvation Army began to make plans to bring back the church.

A grant from the Medford Urban Renewal Agency brought in the final funding piece for the project and in September of 2011, Batzer Construction began demolition of the old church.  They also removed an aging building from the property as part of The Salvation Army’s overall plan to create a community garden.  The entire building was reframed from the ground up in December, and since then work has continued on the inside.

Construction has progressed on schedule and the finishing touches including new front doors are being installed the first week in March.  The new building has a very similar plan to the old one with commercial kitchen and dining hall on the lower level and sanctuary, rest-rooms, nursery, and storage space on the upper level.  The new building is 6,194 square feet, about 140 square feet bigger than the old building.  According to Russ Batzer, president of Batzer Construction, “The building has energy efficient windows and lighting, excellent insulation, and durable finishes to help it last for a century of service.”

While the church was under construction, Captain Martin Cooper of The Salvation Army held church services at the organization’s Thrift Store. In spite of the finishing touches that still need to be made on the church, worship services were held Sunday in the new sanctuary. A dedication celebration is set for 1 p.m., Saturday, March 24 with Salvation Army regional officers and a Salvation Army band scheduled to be in town for the event.


Ariel Wine Barn: In Progress

Sunday, January 15th, 2012
The Beautiful view across the vineyard and down the valley.

The beautiful view across the vineyard and down the valley.

Ariel Wine Barn, a wine making facility and wine tasting room, is now under construction! When complete the facility will be 16,416 square feet.It’s located just outside of Ashland Oregon on Dead Indian Memorial Hwy.

Beautiful stonework, a clock tower, and gorgeous views will make this one of the most beautiful wineries of the region. Work will continue through the summer.

The team pouring concrete footers for the large towers.

The team pouring concrete footers for the large towers.

Concrete Arches on the south side.

Concrete arches on the south side.

Wineries are usually beautiful places to build and this is no exception.

Wineries are usually beautiful places to build and this is no exception.

Public Projects Slideshow

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Slideshow of some of our public and community projects in the Rogue Valley, and from around the Northwest.

AirGas Grants Pass

Sunday, July 3rd, 2011

2110 NW Vine St.
Grants Pass, OR 97526

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Martha Young Family Service Center

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

United Community Action Network  (UCAN)
Martha Young Family Service Center
280 Kenneth Ford Dr.
Roseburg, OR
11,548 SF

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Creswell Middle School | Creswell, OR

Monday, December 7th, 2009

655 West Oregon Ave.,
Creswell, OR
77,400 SF

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