Sherman County School – Project Update

Work continues on the Sherman County School located in Moro Oregon. The project is in full swing with obvious progress being made on the school project.

The project includes an addition to the existing school, a new agriculture building and a new building for grades K-5.  Kirby Nagelhout Construction started work on the project in mid-August 2015.

Work Continues at Nosler Project in Redmond Oregon

Work continues on the 31,000 square foot Nosler Building located in Redmond Oregon. The building is a single story tilt-up concrete structure with steel joists, metal  deck and steel columns. Kirby Nagelhout Construction employees prepare the forming for the tilt-up concrete structure. The project is slated for substantial completion in December 2015.


Humane Society of Central Oregon

Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company has recently completed a remodel and addition to the existing building of the Humane Society of Central Oregon located in Bend.

The project is called the “Cattery Addition”. The addition provides 575 square feet of added space to help deal with the increase in cat population in the Central Oregon area.

Kirby Nagelhout Nagelhout Construction Company was very proud to work on this project and assist the community in the humane care of animals in our area.

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Silver Rail Elementary

Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company (KNCC) is placing the finishing touches on Silver Rail Elementary School located  in Bend Oregon.

KNCC began work on the 69,470 square foot building in May of 2014 and the school is scheduled to be completed and ready for students September 2015.

The school design offers the students areas for group study and the first newly constructed Elementary School of its kind in the Bend Lapine School District to have a commons/lunch area not integrated with the gymnasium.

The school also offers energy efficient LED lighting and a heat recovery system to minimize heat loss and save energy.

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Bend LaPine Schools – Ribbon Cuttings

The ribbon cutting at the new Silver Rail Elementary School in Bend Oregon is the second this week for Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company. A ribbon cutting ceremony was also held earlier this week at the newly constructed Pacific Crest Middle School.

The Bend LaPine School District and School Board welcomed students and parents to the ribbon cutting ceremony held September 3, 2015.

Work began on the 69,470 square foot building in May of 2014 and is ready for its first students on September 8.


Pacific Crest Middle School Open House


On September 2, 2015 the Bend LaPine School District Administration and School Board hosted an open house for parents and students to celebrate the newly constructed Pacific Crest Middle School located in Bend Oregon.  Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company started construction on the 120,000 square foot building in June of 2014. The school has been completed and is ready for students and staff for the first day of school on September 8.

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Washington-Elementary-WEBCheck out the article from the East Oregonian about the new Washington Elementary School


Bowery Lane Bridge Dedication

The Bowery Lane covered bridge (also known as the Rock O’ the Range Bridge) located just north of Bend Oregon is scheduled to have a dedication ceremony on September 10, 2015 at 6pm.

The dedication is in celebration of the reconstruction of the bridge after it was badly damaged in April of this year, by a vehicle that was in excess of the maximum height for the bridge.

The dedication is being held by members of the Rock O’ the Range community, in appreciation to Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company (KNCC) for reconstructing the bridge and making it passable once again. The covered bridge is recognized by the Covered Bridge Society of Oregon and is said to be the only covered bridge east of the Cascade Mountain Range. KNCC founder Kirby Nagelhout lived in the area and traveled over the bridge on a daily basis before his passing in 2011.

Kirby Nagelhout’s son Tyler, and other members of KNCC donated their time and equipment to restore the bridge. Materials for the restoration were donated by Miller Lumber Company of Bend.

Rock O’ the Range home owners secretary Toby Bayard said “Kirby was a helpful, kind neighbor, generous, down-to-earth, friendly and community oriented.” This compassion and community involvement continues to this day with the members of KNCC.