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2 weeks ago
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It's a great day to take a walk! Members of the Korsmo team and their families met down at Ruston Way this morning to participate in the 2021 Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk along the Tacoma waterfront. There's still time to support Team Korsmo! Click here to donate to the American Heart Association: bit.ly/3o0PWt8 ... See MoreSee Less

Its a great day to take a walk! Members of the Korsmo team and their families met down at Ruston Way this morning to participate in the 2021 Puget Sound Heart and Stroke Walk along the Tacoma waterfront. Theres still time to support Team Korsmo! Click here to donate to the American Heart Association: https://bit.ly/3o0PWt8Image attachmentImage attachment

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Fun day, with some fun people, for a great cause!

2 weeks ago
Korsmo Construction

We are excited to announce Tacoma Housing Authority's Arlington Drive Youth Campus project received the prestigious Chairman’s Award in the 2021 Urban Land Institute's Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards! The Jack Kemp Awards recognize innovative developments that positively impact the community by supporting households at or below 120 percent of area median income. The Chairman’s Award is a special recognition for creative projects designed to address a unique affordable housing challenge.

Arlington Drive Youth Campus provides a warm and safe place for homeless or at-risk youth and young adults. The campus includes a crisis residential center for children, and a 58-unit apartment complex for young adults. The development combines transitional housing with support services for youth in the Puget Sound area.

Congratulations to Tacoma Housing Authority, SMR Architects, and the entire project team for this outstanding national recognition!

americas.uli.org/211007kempawards/
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We are excited to announce Tacoma Housing Authoritys Arlington Drive Youth Campus project received the prestigious Chairman’s Award in the 2021 Urban Land Institutes Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards! The Jack Kemp Awards recognize innovative developments that positively impact the community by supporting households at or below 120 percent of area median income. The Chairman’s Award is a special recognition for creative projects designed to address a unique affordable housing challenge.

Arlington Drive Youth Campus provides a warm and safe place for homeless or at-risk youth and young adults. The campus includes a crisis residential center for children, and a 58-unit apartment complex for young adults. The development combines transitional housing with support services for youth in the Puget Sound area.

Congratulations to Tacoma Housing Authority, SMR Architects, and the entire project team for this outstanding national recognition! 

https://americas.uli.org/211007kempawards/
1 month ago
Korsmo Construction

Welcome back to school, Boze Bobcats! We had so much fun celebrating your first day on campus! Have a great year, make new friends, and enjoy your brand new school! #TPSFirstDay ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago
Korsmo Construction

With several projects underway or soon breaking ground, please join us in welcoming our dynamic new team members who are already hard at work in support of Korsmo's growth in a range of markets! ... See MoreSee Less

With several projects underway or soon breaking ground, please join us in welcoming our dynamic new team members who are already hard at work in support of Korsmos growth in a range of markets!
3 months ago
Korsmo Construction

We are extremely proud of Korsmo's own diversity program manager Rachael Pease for being invited to be a guest presenter at the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) annual conference in Washington, D.C.., June 24-26. Through Rachael’s involvement as a board member with WorkForce Central and the Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force, she discussed how local organizations in various sectors have aligned and collaborated in the city of Tacoma to tear down barriers and improve equity in our community. Rachael provided valuable insight from her work to build Korsmo’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program. She also talked about Korsmo’s connection in the community and our “why” for what we do to promote equity through strong community partnerships. When Washington State Representative Derek Kilmer heard about the presentation, he reached out to Workforce Central to meet the team and learn more about their important work in the community. ... See MoreSee Less

We are extremely proud of Korsmos own diversity program manager Rachael Pease for being invited to be a guest presenter at the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) annual conference in Washington, D.C.., June 24-26. Through Rachael’s involvement as a board member with WorkForce Central and the Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force, she discussed how local organizations in various sectors have aligned and collaborated in the city of Tacoma to tear down barriers and improve equity in our community. Rachael provided valuable insight from her work to build Korsmo’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program. She also talked about Korsmo’s connection in the community and our “why” for what we do to promote equity through strong community partnerships. When Washington State Representative Derek Kilmer heard about the presentation, he reached out to Workforce Central to meet the team and learn more about their important work in the community.

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Awesome!

Congratulations Rachael!

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