Please note the July event will be on a Wednesday instead of our regular Thursday. This event is sold out and we are not taking walk-ups. Rising Construction Costs: A Volatile Building Scene On
Please note the July event will be on a Wednesday instead of our regular Thursday.
On Wednesday, July 11, Allyson Strowbridge, Owner and Principal of ctrl+shift+space, will moderate a conversation on the rising costs of commercial construction in the greater Portland and Vancouver, WA markets. The program will include discussions and key takeaways surrounding these high-level topics:
CREW former President Kristin Hammond with CBRE (Commercial Real Estate Broker)
Jake Sly with R&H Construction (General Contractor)
Lauren Golden-Jones with Capstone Partners (Developer)
Greg McGreevey with Hurley Development (Developer)
Moderator: Allyson Strowbridge, CCMP
Founder and Principal of ctrl+shift+space – Company adds human-centered touch to process of changing work environments and workplace transitions of all shapes and sizes through commercial furniture and interiors.
Founded Pollinator, which is an experiential workplace that pop-ups up annually during the Design Week Festival held each April in Portland, OR.
Leads Portland’s local hub of Workplace Evolutionaries, which is a community of IFMA (International Facility Management Association) whose focus is on all things related to the future of work.
Long-time member of CREW ; serves on several CREW Committees and regularly speaks at various local and regional engagements.
She enjoys traveling, camping, hiking and sailing the family boat, Simple Green, with her husband Adam, an accomplished wood-worker and boat-builder, and their two boys, Arlo and Ansel.
Panelist, Kristin Hammond (CBRE)
15 years of experience in commercial real estate with a strong history in Occupier Representation, specifically clients in the technology industry
Works with companies ranging in size from start-up to publicly-traded and has participated in over 3.5 million square feet of transactions.
Has provided strategic guidance on requirements from major relocations to build-to-suit construction to economic incentive driven opportunities for out-of-state companies.
CREW Portland Chapter President (2013); CREW Board of Directors 2012-2014 and 25th Anniversary Committee Co-Chair 2018
Highlights of clients represented include Apple, Bank of America, David Evans & Associates, GE, OSU, Uber and Wildfang
Panelist, Jake Sly (R&H Construction)
Led the pre-construction effort for the Sovereign Hotel historic preservation project in downtown Portland, which recently won top honors at the Daily Journal of Commerce Top Projects celebration
Background in managing the preconstruction efforts on commercial construction projects ranging from large-scale, mixed use developments to historic renovations
Serves as business development director at R&H with over 20 years of industry experience
During his 10+ years with R&H Construction, Jake has worked closely with R&H’s clients and architectural partners to balance project budgets with design intent and overall project goals
Panelist, Lauren Golden jones (Capstone Partners)
Manages various aspects of Capstone projects, including financing, entitlements, pre-construction feasibility and due diligence, and construction oversight
Prior to Capstone, Lauren worked as an urban planning consultant specializing in redevelopment strategic planning
Active Board Member of the Oregon Chapter of NAIOP
Appointed by the City of Portland City Council to serve on the Development Review Advisory Committee
Lauren lives in Portland with her husband Scott and has two young children – Parker and Caroline.
Panelist, Greg McGreevey (Hurley Development)
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Hurley Development , a local real estate development company based in Vancouver, WA
Responsible for project management, evaluating market research and creating proformas for asset acquisition, all bank financing, and construction and project development oversight
Hurley Development’s projects involve new commercial construction, redevelopment of existing commercial spaces, and residential subdivision development
Recipient of the Vancouver Business Journal’s Accomplished and Under 40 award and the Marshall Leadership Award
Greg also manages the business development aspect of the company, which includes CoLab, a shared workspace environment, and several Black Rock Coffee Bar franchise locations
(Wednesday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Multnomah Althletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St,
Registration closed (no on-site registration). CREW Portland's 16th Annual CorksCREW Event is touted as one of the best opportunities to connect with industry leaders, while sampling a variety of wines, hors
CREW Portland’s 16th Annual CorksCREW Event is touted as one of the best opportunities to connect with industry leaders, while sampling a variety of wines, hors d’oeuvres, and delicious chocolates.
$50 members, $65 Non-members, after July 9th, $75 for all
A to Z Wineworks
Coopers Hall Winery
Stoller Family Estate
The Chocolate Maker’s Studio
(Wednesday) 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
1355 SW 2nd Ave.