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2 weeks ago

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We are getting ready to break ground on the Boze Elementary replacement. This will be the first design build K-12 school in Washington State. This video shows the excitement that is surrounding this new building as the kids and community celebrated at the groundbreaking ceremony last week.

Tacoma Public Schools
BUILDING A LEGACY: Commitment. Community. Hard work. Support. Those ingredients make up the recipe for the new Boze Elementary. The neighborhood came together Friday to celebrate their achievement and break ground on the new building, which is scheduled to open in fall 2020. #ThankYouVoters #BuildingForAchievement BCRA Korsmo Construction
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2 weeks ago

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We are almost complete with E9 Brewing Co.
The expansion of Engine House No. 9 to a location in Tacoma’s Historic Brewery District, located at 611 North Pine Street.
The new 9,000-square-foot facility, which will house a tap room plus the company’s beer-making operations, is located at 2506 Fawcett Avenue.
The new brewery and taproom facility will be rebranded as E9 Brewing Co. in order to differentiate between the two locations.
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We are almost complete with E9 Brewing Co. 
The expansion of Engine House No. 9 to a location in Tacoma’s Historic Brewery District, located at 611 North Pine Street.
The new 9,000-square-foot facility, which will house a tap room plus the company’s beer-making operations, is located at 2506 Fawcett Avenue.
 The new brewery and taproom facility will be rebranded as E9 Brewing Co. in order to differentiate between the two locations.

 

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Can’t wait to see the finish product. And of course, looking forward to some taste testing!

1 month ago

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ARLINGTON YOUTH CENTER OUTREACH FAIR!!
Please join Tacoma Housing Authority, SMR Architects and Korsmo Construction for information on our new project starting this Spring.
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ARLINGTON YOUTH CENTER OUTREACH FAIR!!
Please join Tacoma Housing Authority, SMR Architects and Korsmo Construction for information on our new project starting this Spring.

2 months ago

Korsmo Construction

Spencer, a former Grant student, walks from his home a few blocks way to watch the site for a few hours every day, taking pictures as the trucks roll in and walls go up. Spencer considers it his job, his mom said; he loves it, and it’s really important to him. Our Korsmo Construction crew admired his commitment to the new school so much that we bought him his own pair of work boots, a hard hat and safety vest. Thank for keeping your eyes on the project, Spencer!No one loves Grant Center for the Expressive Arts more than 22-year-old Spencer, a graduate of Tacoma’s Community Based Transition Program. Spencer, a former Grant student, walks from his home a few blocks way to watch the site for a few hours every day, taking pictures as the trucks roll in and walls go up. Spencer considers it his job, his mom said; he loves it, and it’s really important to him. The Korsmo Construction crew admires his commitment to the new school so much that they bought him his own pair of work boots, a hard hat and safety vest. Thank for keeping your eyes on the project, Spencer! Korsmo Construction #BuildingForAchievement #ThankYouVoters Georgia Boot ... See MoreSee Less

Spencer, a former Grant student, walks from his home a few blocks way to watch the site for a few hours every day, taking pictures as the trucks roll in and walls go up. Spencer considers it his job, his mom said; he loves it, and it’s really important to him. Our Korsmo Construction crew admired his commitment to the new school so much that we bought him his own pair of work boots, a hard hat and safety vest. Thank for keeping your eyes on the project, Spencer!

 

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Spencer is the guardian of a Korsmo Construction project? So, my guess is, everything will be alright. Good guy and a good company.

Nice job Korsmo! B?

you are nice... :) great guy

2 months ago

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We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Tacoma Schools "Next Move" and together have developed a Career Pathway program for local high school students. We have accepted these students as our first interns. They will be working on our Boze Elementary project. ... See MoreSee Less

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Tacoma Schools Next Move and together have developed a Career Pathway program for local high school students. We have accepted these students as our first interns. They will be working on our Boze Elementary project.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Nice work Rachael!

Wow!! Great work! That sounds like a wonderful plan! Internships are PRICELESS. I believe I had greater career success because of one.

This sounds like a wonderful program!

What a wonderful idea!

Rachael Pease rocking it yet again.

This is fantastic! John S. Korsmo Jr. and Company do great things for their communities. Congratulations!

That’s awesome, Boze is the first school I taught at.

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2 months ago

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We are going vertical on the Grant Center of Expressive Arts project. Check it out!

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Great project, glad to be there!

Looking Good!

Great start! What a cool way to view the project!

looking pretty good

Rachael Pease kicking yet some more butt?

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2 months ago

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We would like to highlight our team members, Will Floyd and Evan Haines, for putting in the extra work to complete their Associate DBIA certification. They both recently attended the DBIA convention in New Orleans where they were recognized for this achievement. ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to highlight our team members, Will Floyd and Evan Haines, for putting in the extra work to complete their Associate DBIA certification. They both recently attended the DBIA convention in New Orleans where they were recognized for this achievement.Image attachmentImage attachment
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