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Project Update: SE Yamhill Sinkhole

Looking back on this project we are reminded of the importance of hidden infrastructure and the consequences of neglecting our aging system. This sinkhole on SE Yamhill in Portland appeared overnight and caused quite a disturbance to local traffic, routes to school and bus lines. Interlaken was quick to the scene to aid the Bureau of Environmental Services in stabilizing [...]

By |May 14th, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized|

Interlaken Celebrating 20 Years!

It’s hard to believe it has been 20 years. I can tell you this much, without the support of my family and the team at Interlaken, none of us would be here celebrating this monumental achievement. It’s pretty special to see where we started, where we are today, and know where we are headed. I’ve always wanted Interlaken to be [...]

By |April 4th, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized|

NWUCA Awarded 2018 DJC Construction Trade Association of the Year!

The Northwest Utility Contractors Association was awarded the Construction Trade Association of the Year at the Daily Journal of Commerce's 2018 News Makers Luncheon this week. Congrats to all the individuals that tirelessly work to improve our local industry! Check out the video below of NWUCA's President accepting the award There were over 20 Board Members in [...]

By |March 30th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

HIRING: Foreman/Operators/Laborers/Pipelayers/Drivers

Interlaken is constantly seeking qualified, motivated and safety minded professionals to add to our current team. APPLY BY CLICKING HERE! We are also a registered training agent with the Northwest College of Construction and support the Heavy Equipment Operators and Laborers Apprenticeship programs. https://nwcoc.com/apprenticeship-at-nwcoc/ If you have a strong work ethic and are a critical thinker, enjoy being outdoors, and like working [...]

By |March 30th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Oregon City Bursting

Interlaken has been hired by the City of Oregon City to install approximately 800 lineal feet of 15" & 10" sanitary sewer main, including a 269 foot pipe burst. The project began at the end of September and is scheduled to conclude in the middle of December. Progress has been on track and successful. Here are a few images of [...]

Is NWUCA the right fit for YOU?

Being a part of the North West Utility Contractors Association has led to project opportunities, professional growth, and access to benefits not easily obtained in the construction industry. Take a look at the clip and see if being a part of this fun, successful organization is the right move for your company. https://vimeo.com/132921978

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