It was 10 years ago that we built this exciting net-zero and LEED Platinum Science and Music Building for Hood River Middle School with Opsis Architecture. It is the first certified net-zero public school building in the country!
February 6, 2020 – Bend La-Pine Schools is building its newest high school and KNCC is proud to be their general contractor. The 265,000 square foot high school was designed by BBT Architects and is located on an 48-acre site in southeast Bend. It will have 59 classrooms, a 600-seat auditorium, two gymnasiums, football stadium, sports fields, and a media center which will be the focal point of the school. The high school is scheduled to be open for learning in September 2021!
January 27, 2020 – The Central Oregon Builders Association (COBA) announced that Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company is the recipient of the 2019 Commercial Builder of the Year award. COBA is a non-profit committed to promoting high ethical standards within the building industry. KNCC is proud to serve Central Oregon as a leading general contractor, building a strong, vibrant future for every community we serve.
November 11, 2019 – We are excited to share the news that our Sherman County Courthouse project with Hennebery Eddy Architects won the 2019 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation from Restore Oregon. Completed in July of 2018, the Sherman County Courthouse addition and renovation of the historic two-story courthouse built in 1899, included a new 15,000 sf building housing courtroom space and administrative offices. The rehabilitation preserved certain historic features, restored the original paint colors, and installed a new cupola to replicate the storm-damaged original.
Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company – Construction progress is moving forward as scheduled, for both the Sherwood Heights Elementary Schooland Washington Elementary Schools located in Pendleton, Oregon. The two new schools will be substantially completed in May, 2016 with construction continuing through summer. When students take their summer break, demolition will start on the existing schools which will allow for the construction of additional parking lots and bus drop off areas for students . Additional work on athletic fields and playgrounds will also be completed at that time . Both schools will be ready for Pendleton School District 16R students in September, 2016.