RTL Construction

For over ten years, Randy Laule has been working in the Eugene/Springfield area as a framing contractor. He has focused primarily on large residential projects while working on a few notable commercial projects as well. While working on the Jasper Mountain school, Randy has also helped with the day-to-day decisions that encompass the whole project, including coordinating sub-contractor schedules and volunteer duties. To contact Randy, call (541) 689-4289.

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Sletten Construction

Supervised by John Hanson and Russell Valline, Sletten Construction Company, Inc. (www.slettencompanies.com) broke ground on Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) campus early October, 2010 in Hermiston, Oregon...click here to read more and see photos.

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Jasper Mountain School

X-Beam TrussesA vision is coming to life at Oregon's Jasper Mountain School, a residential treatment center for troubled kids and families, and Rosboro is proud to be part of the effort. In February 2011, the school broke ground on a new building that was designed to resemble an early-century train depot, a structure that will enhance the whimsical and playful nature of the property, which already has a castle-like building on site that was specially requested by the kids who live there.  

The new depot building will have a wraparound second-level deck, exposed trusses, and a rooftop cupola that brings natural light into the main room. Holding 8 to 10 therapist offices, 2 playrooms, and a large conference space, the building will be a stunning replacement to the double-wide trailer where the therapists were formerly stationed. Rosboro provided Premium Hand Select X-Beam Glulams to the project, which will lend visual authenticity to all the exposed wood of this period-inspired architecture. The total cost of construction and materials is estimated at about $1 million, but generous donations of material and labor have reduced project costs by approximately $300,000.  

After working with the 3 1/2" wide Rosboro X-Beam, which eliminates the need for shimming beams on the jobsite to match standard framing widths, Jasper Mountain School contractor Randy Laule of RTL Construction is a believer. "We need to get the word out to architects to quit drawing a 3 1/8", Laule said. "This is the best thing Rosboro has ever done - I never understood why it was 3 1/8".

Submitted by Randy Laule, Owner, RTL Construction (Eugene, OR)

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