2019 NWUCA Career Fair

Kerr Contractors participated in the first ever NWUCA Career Day held at the Northwest College of Construction in Portland, Oregon. The event was attended by over 200 high school kids from the Portland Metropolitan Area. The was planned and organized by the Northwest Utility Contractors Association. Kendall Miller was the driving force and many NWUCA […]

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Special Retirement

For Dennise Owings, today marks over 19 years of service at Kerr Contractors. Dennise has managed account payables for over 19 years. Dennise joined Kerr in our small office in Tualatin and spent the last 15 years in Woodburn. She grew as the company doubled in size, paying all those bills and she will be […]

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Cornelius Pass – TV Highway Intersection – 2019 Honors Award by ACEC

Cornelius Pass – TV Highway Intersection Project in Washington County received a 2019 honor award by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for Engineering Excellence. This project includes the at-grade railroad crossing at the intersection of Cornelius Pass and TV Highway into the South Hillsboro Development currently being developed by Newland Communities. […]

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124th Avenue Extension – Officially Open

124th Avenue Extension; Tonquin Road and Grahams Ferry Road Improvements  Kerr Contractors has completed Washington County’s $30 million road project which now officially open for traffic. Construction includes a new two-lane arterial between Tualatin-Sherwood and Grahams Ferry roads. Safety improvements will also be made to sections of Tonquin and Grahams Ferry roads, totaling 4.4 miles […]

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OSU Construction Engineering Management BBQ

Kerr Contractors hosted a BBQ in front of Apperson Hall, home of Construction Engineering Management Program at Oregon State University. Met with students interested in heavy civil construction and talked about our upcoming speaker meeting at Apperson Hall on November 20th and about full time and summer time job opportunities. A perfect day in the […]

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