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Rob Wilkinson's practice is focused on design and construction defect litigation. He has helped clients secure millions of dollars in settlements.  He represents a wide range of clients in Oregon and Washington, including owners of single family residences, apartments, townhomes, condominiums, and commercial buildings.

In recent years, we have seen many positive impacts from the new construction of “Green” school facilities around Oregon. However, it does not necessarily take a new building or a laborious remodel to create a more sustainable environment. Whether your buildings are brand new or years old, it takes just a little extra energy to

Recipients of a grant under the Oregon School Capital Improvement Matching Program (OSCIM Program) must enter into a Grant Agreement with the State of Oregon. The Agreement includes several items that directly relate to the construction contracting process.

First, the Agreement requires the recipient of a grant to complete its construction project in “accordance with

School districts across Oregon have access to several types of state-funded grants. Two of these grant programs are administered by the Office of School Facilities (created by the Oregon Legislature in 2015): the Oregon School Capital Improvement Matching Program (OSCIM Program), and the Technical Assistance Program (TAP).

The OSCIM Program is the largest grant program