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  Mark Bush - Superintendent


Mark Bush joined KeyWay Corp. as Field Superintendent after 10 years of previous experience with our current management personnel, and with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry as a whole.  He completed the concrete tilt-up structure and office/warehouse improvements for the 45,000 sf warehouse project, Airport Way Commons, a tilt-up containing the 30,000 sf manufacturing facility for Thortex Inc., the 42-unit, 4-story Gateway Towers Apartments in northeast Portland and the repairs of the Couch St. Apartments.

2000    to   Present    In 2000, Mark joined current KeyWay Corp. management and completed the sitework and concrete tilt-up structures for the 20,000 sf, two story Bridgeport Crossing Office Building in Tualatin and the 34,000 sf, two story Durham Office Building project in Durham, Oregon; both of which are Class A office buildings.  He also field managed the concrete foundation work for the 64-unit Redwood Commons Apartments in McMinnville before overseeing the concrete, framing and finish work on the $12 million Russellville Phase 2 project, a 5 story, 153 unit senior housing facility in southeast Portland.

1998    to   2000          Mark started his own concrete construction business in 1998 and proceeded to complete numerous residential foundations and several commercial projects, including two concrete tilt-up facilities with extensive flatwork.

1987    to   1998          In 1987, Mark relocated to Portland and worked full time for a mid-size general contractor.  He started as a carpenter and concrete finisher and was promoted to Site Foreman within a year.  For the next 11 years, Mark worked on multiple concrete tilt-up buildings, concrete block buildings, several apartment projects and underground parking structures.  These projects have been constructed in a variety of conditions and climates; located in five different states (Oregon, Washington, Nevada, California and Hawaii).

1975    to   1987          Mark started his construction career in central Washington state by joining the mason union in 1975.  By 1978 he had acquired journeyman status as a concrete finisher and continued working throughout the area for nine years.  He worked out of the union hall on a wide variety of projects including tilt-up concrete buildings, miscellaneous flatwork, street improvements and the repair and maintenance of three major dams; Grand Coulee, Rocky Reach and Rock Island.

Mark Bush – Project Superintendent
Ph. 503.267.5011
Fx. 503.684.5500

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