Doing Business for 30 Years Since 1983
Pacific Crest Construction has continued to build on reputation for excellence in commercial construction and remodeling since our organization was incorporated in 1983.
Though we’ve had notable success in renovating historical buildings throughout the region, our projects have sector clients. Among Pacific Crest’s successes are the Imbrie Hall, Frank Lloyd Wright’s –Gordon House, McMenamin’s ~ Forest Grove Grand Lodge, Crystal Ballroom, Columbia River Pub, John Barleycorns, Edgefield Manor, Kennedy School and Hotel Oregon, all of which received the EIC’s Excellence in Construction Awards. Pacific Crest also received the prestigious Eagle Award which is given the to project of the year for it’s work on Frank Lloyd Wright’s—Gordon House. Kennedy School was a recipient of the Governors Livability Award. Pacific Crest involvement in Washington includes seven McMenamin Brewpubs.
Over the years, we have compiled an extensive list of expert craftsmen, sub-contractors, and suppliers in addition to our own team of eleven foremen, carpenters, painters, and laborers. Effective teamwork among our suppliers, sub-contractors, and employees is a hallmark of our success. At Pacific Crest Construction, we believe that “the key to our success is our hard-working people and commitment to delivery quality projects on-time or ahead of schedule.” An emphasis on job safety has earned us an accident-free record, demonstrated by our mod rating of .79
“The secret of success is constancy of purpose” B. Disreali
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