Oregon Woods, Inc. is proud to announce that the Spencer Butte Summit Trail has been completed. The new trail will allow ease of access and has been constructed keeping in mind the natural areas, providing beautifully constructed stone steps and pathways that blend with the local environment.
This has been a delightful project that has been followed closely by the City of Eugene and local hikers and outdoor enthusiasts.
Please stay tuned for photos, and follow the link below to see the latest news article about this project.
The Douglas County Bridge project is well under way, and Bruce Maederer will have the final bridge restored by the end of the year. Oregon Woods, Inc. is also rehabilitating and restoring several covered bridges for Lane County as well, and this project will be under way before December.
In Hawaii, Oregon Woods, Inc. has maintained strong alliances with preservation of natural habitats. We have ensured the sustainability of our projects, and have been involved in a multitude of fencing contracts that protect native flora and fauna from invasive species such as wild boar.
Below are just a few photos of projects our company has completed, the most recent photos from a restoration of the Yachats Covered Bridge in the beautiful coastal Yachats, OR.
Bruce Maederer led a crew to restore and roof the covered bridge. While weather conditions were less than perfect throughout the project, our crew maintained a strong work ethic and attention to detail, ensuring that the completion would be on schedule and up to all parameters.
We can proudly say that the Yachats Covered Bridge is restored back to it's original beauty and now adds to the charm of this beautiful coastal town.
While Oregon Woods, Inc. has maintained a wonderful history with our building, roof and restorative construction we also have a long history in trail building and restoration.
Below are just a few pictures of projects we have completed in years gone by. Stay tuned for photos of our upcoming summit trail construction on Spencer's Butte!