Our Clients

Recent Projects

  • Mt. Angel Public Library
  • West Coast Bank, Mt. Angel
  • Trisaetum Winery
  • Beacon Hill Winery
  • Edelweiss Village
  • Wine by Joe
  • Carmelite House of Studies
  • Bergstrom Winery
  • Trappist Abbey master plan renovations (phase 1 living quarters; phase 2 new church & crypt; library)
  • Sokol Blosser Winery (tasting room, barrel storage, winery remodel, equipment barn, office addition)
  • Wilco Farmers (McMinnville store, Battle Ground store, Silverton store, Stayton store, central offices remodel, Agronomy Center shops, Canby store)
  • Hazelden-Springbrook Treatment Center (ADA remodel, administration offices remodel, parking, kitchen mechanical room)
  • St. Mary’s Church (Platz renovation, parish center interior update, masonry restoration)
  • Wahle Winery
  • Willamette Valley Medical Center (medical office suites and hospital support areas)
  • Holy Trinity Church and Gym
  • Chehalem Winery Tasting Room
  • Dukes Family Winery
  • Glockenspiel Restaurant
  • Sequoia Commerce Center

References

We will gladly put you in contact with any of these references.

Architects

  • Dave Richen
  • Lonny Deffenbaugh
  • John Finklea
  • Bob Young & Mark Wieprecht
  • Ernest Munch
  • Logan Cravens

Engineers

  • Otto VanWalstijn
  • Leonard Rydell

Customers

  • Doug Hoffman, Wilco Farmers
  • Fr. Donald Kinney, Carmelite House of Studies
  • Fr. Richard Layton, Trappist Abbey
  • Susan Sokol Blosser, Sokol Blosser Winery
  • Kenya Palmer, Holy Trinity Parish
  • Dr. Mark Wahle, Wahle Winery
  • Jane Russell, Hazelden Springbrook
  • James Frey, Trisaetum Winery

Our Clients Say…

“The depth at which the Grant Company approached not only the new construction but the existing facility upgrades, assisted in providing a smoothly progressing and pleasurable construction process on these projects. I was impressed by the outcome as well as the attention and concern the project received. The Grant Company and all of the employees participating on these buildings should be congratulated on a job well done.”