Charles Maloney Building Co., Inc.

Charles Maloney Building Co., Inc. I'm a local contractor who;s been building and remodeling homes for over 25 years in the Lake Oswego My business has been built on word of mouth and referrals.
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About the Builder

Building your dream home or remodeling your present home, let me allay those fears and worries. I am a local contractor who has been building and remodeling homes for over 25 years in the Lake Oswego area. My goal is to work as a partner, with you, to realize your dream home.

01/23/2021
01/23/2021
Election day is Nov. 3Registration deadlinesOnline: Oct. 13By mail: Postmarked by Oct. 13In person: Oct. 13Absentee ball...
09/22/2020

Election day is Nov. 3

Registration deadlines
Online: Oct. 13
By mail: Postmarked by Oct. 13
In person: Oct. 13

Absentee ballot deadlines
Return by mail: Received by Nov. 3
Return in person: Nov. 3 by 8:00 p.m.

Additional information
Oregon's early voting is by mail. Ballot drop box sites are open 18-20 days before Election Day, depending on your area. Oct 28 is the last day ballots can be mailed. After this date, ballots must be put into a drop box

Having a welcoming foyer to your home makes all the difference!
09/19/2020

Having a welcoming foyer to your home makes all the difference!

Empire State Building: 1930-1931The 1930's in the United States saw a lot of amazing construction feats, beginning with ...
08/08/2020

Empire State Building: 1930-1931
The 1930's in the United States saw a lot of amazing construction feats, beginning with the Empire State Building in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The Empire State building was conceptualized by General Motors executive John J. Raskob. He wanted to construct an office building in downtown New York to compete with his rival Walter Chrysler who, at the time, was constructing the 1,046 foot Chrysler Building in East Manhattan. For the architectural design, Raskob went to Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, the best skyscraper architects in the area, and devised an ambitious plan of erecting the Empire State Building higher than the Chrysler Building and finishing before it as well. They wanted to have the building finished in a matter of only 18 short months.

The excavation phase of the project began in January of 1930 and took an innovative approach to building: fast-track construction. Fast-track construction is when the actual construction process begins before the designs are complete in order to reduce delays and inflated costs. The project employed hundreds of men that worked nonstop, day and night, to ensure the fastest possible construction process. Due to tactical logistics and an exceptionally well-organized work force, the building rose incredibly fast. While constructing the steel skeleton of the building, the crews were making progress of at least a story a day, the fastest construction in history for a job of that size. From the organization of manpower used to the material logistics, the project was an amazing feat of efficiency in every aspect. To add to the fast-track construction efficiency, specialty 'subcontractors' such as electricians and plumbers worked to install the necessary internal components while other crews worked on constructing the outside of the building.

With so much efficient work happening on all parts of the project around the clock, the project was complete in 15 months, beating the deadline by an impressive three months. The project required a workforce of 3,500 men and an accumulation of seven million manpower hours in the short 15 months. Due to economic circumstances, the project was also finished well under budget at $24.7 million down from the estimation of $43 million. The speed of construction, the logistics of the project, and the ability to finish under budget and ahead of schedule makes the Empire State Building one of the most impressive feats of construction in all of history.

What’s the most important thing to you about a master bath? 🛁
08/06/2020

What’s the most important thing to you about a master bath? 🛁

07/27/2020

Jess Maloney volunteering at Bolton Primary School in West Linn.....BEFORE the pandemic

"We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us." - Winston Churchill________________________________________Stoneheng...
07/21/2020

"We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us." - Winston Churchill
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Stonehenge: 3100 BC

Stonehenge is one of the oldest and most memorable pre-historic monuments in the world. The history of Stonehenge includes multiple revisions and reconstruction throughout time, but the initial design was established about 5000 years ago in Amesbury, England. Stonehenge began with a circular ditch about 100 meters in diameter with an inner and outer bank. The ditch was filled with 56 Aubrey Holes, which were intended to hold either timber posts or large stones. Buried throughout the ditch were over 100 cremations, making Stonehenge the largest Neolithic cemetery in the British Isles.

Over the centuries, through war, weather, and reconstruction, Stonehenge changed in shape and structure. Around 2200 BC, timber was replaced with the massive stones that we see today. The large stones are called "sarsens", weighing up to 25 tons and standing 30 feet tall. The smaller are "bluestones", weighing up to 4 tons. The sarsens were arranged in a large outer circle and an inner horseshoe while the bluestones were set up in between them in a double arc. The means by which these colossal stones were lifted and put into place remains a mystery. Considering the significant lack of any kind of building technology at the time, Stonehenge stands as one of the most legendary feats of architecture in the world.

Facelift on Mountain Lane
07/14/2020

Facelift on Mountain Lane

Iron Mountain Project
07/08/2020

Iron Mountain Project

07/07/2020
07/07/2020

COVID 19 Update:

We are following all CDC protocols for construction, including using face masks, social distancing and sanitation for all client meetings.

To ensure the health and safety of all of our clients, and trade partners, we ask that you notify us at your earliest convenience if you or any member of your household has experienced a cough, fever, or is not feeling well. We also ask that you notify us if you or any member has traveled internationally within the last 14 days.

JOB SITES

For job site safety, we are managing the flow of subcontractors and other workers to ensure safe social distances are made and taking necessary precautions to protect clients and subcontractors.

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PO Box 1946
Lake Oswego, OR
97035

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Building your dream home or remodeling your present home, let me allay those fears and worries. I am a local contractor who has been building and remodeling homes for over 25 years in the Lake Oswego area. My business has been built on word of mouth and referrals. My goal is to work as a partner, with you, to realize your dream home.

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