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Support the Oregon Food Bank Through Canstruction

Canstruction Portland

This year Canstruction Design and Build Competition will celebrate its 21st year. The event will be held at Pioneer Place September 2017 to coincide with Oregon Food Bank’s Hunger Awareness Month. Last year they passed the ONE MILLION meals mark thanks to continued support; they can’t wait to see what will be accomplished this year.

Oregon Food BankThe kickoff meeting will be Tuesday, April 25th from 5:30–6:30 pm at DOWA-IBI Group office in downtown Portland (907 SW Stark St). Light snacks and drinks will be provided. Get an overview of the competition, timeline of submittals, and the updated rules and regulations. Oregon Food Bank will give an update on the state of hunger in Oregon and their impact. Veterans and newbies are encouraged to attend the meeting; it is a great way to network and get excited about the competition this year.

If your company or organization would like to participate in the 2017 event, please contact Chris Mount. The Canstruction competition is open to all companies who would like to participate. Each team must include one company from the architecture/engineering/construction (A/E/C) community. We encourage companies to team up with other organizations and companies for this event and we are available to assist you in finding additional companies for your team.

Remember space is limited, so get your Call for Entry in now.

Please RSVP to info@canstructionpdx.org if you are planning to attend the kickoff meeting.

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