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A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO – AARON AUSLAND

As we launch into 2018 I find myself full of pride of our people and our success.  Sometimes we get wrapped up in the challenges and setbacks of the journey, and have to step back and obtain perspective. It is truly amazing how far we’ve come in just the last few years, let alone since… Read More

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ANNE JENKINS JOINS AUSLAND GROUP AS DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

Grants Pass, OR – Ausland Group has announced that Anne Jenkins has joined their staff as Director of Development and Marketing. Jenkins, formerly Senior Vice President of Travel Medford, has over 17 years of experience in development, event planning, marketing and promotion in Oregon. “The addition of Anne to our team reinforces our commitment to… Read More

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Construction Project Engineer

ABOUT AUSLAND GROUP With offices in Ashland, Grants Pass, and Eugene, Oregon, Ausland Group operates throughout the greater Pacific Northwest offering complete capital improvement expertise in development consulting, engineering and construction.   We are accomplished across a variety of market segments and thrive on a strong culture that celebrates technical proficiency and fosters client advocacy.  Find out more at: www.auslandgroup.com… Read More

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Caldera strikes gold with Ashland Amber

by Greg Stiles, Mail Tribune, May 9, 2016 Caldera Brewing Co.’s Ashland Amber struck gold in the 2016 World Beer Cup with its Classic English-Style Pale Ale category. Caldera was among the Oregon brewers that snapped up 16 awards doled out last weekend in the biannual global beer competition held in conjunction with the World… Read More

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Jacksonville gathering spot to expand at Sampson House

By Tony Boom for the Mail Tribune, April 25, 2016 A nearly two-decade effort to create a larger community gathering spot is close to its goal with the selection of a contractor and applications to gain city planning approvals for Jacksonville Community Center Inc. A 2,800-square-foot structure that incorporates the current center building will be at Fourth… Read More

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GP Sobering Center preps for clients

By Shaun Hall of the Daily Courier GRANTS PASS, Ore.- A sobering idea is about to come to fruition in a converted recycling building along Southwest Foundry Street. Today, an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Grants Pass Sobering Center, which is soon expected to be the temporary home for people too… Read More

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New Sobering Center Opens Up

by Justin Matthews, News 10   GRANTS PASS, Ore.- A new sobering center is taking the place of an old recycling facility overseen by the Gospel Rescue Mission on Southwest Foundry Road. It’s a 4,500 square-foot facility with 12 rooms, providing a safe and controlled environment for people detained by police for public intoxication. The… Read More

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Final phase of Gospel Rescue Mission’s campus begins soon

By Kevin Widdison of the Daily Courier   GRANTS PASS, Ore — Before long, the third and final phase of the campus for the Gospel Rescue Mission will begin to rise on Foundry Street, between G and Booth streets. The building, which will resemble a row of smaller buildings, will have around 7,000 square feet… Read More

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Workers Add Finishing Touches to Grants Pass Sobering Center

By Jacquelyn Abad, ABC NewsWatch 12 GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass Sobering Center will be holding an open house Apr. 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There have been some setbacks opening up the center, but workers are putting on the finishing touches. Alarms are installed, surveillance cameras are up and toilets have… Read More

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A new chapter for Civic Stadium

by The Register-Guard, March 17, 2016 Friends to Save Civic. Save Civic Stadium. Eugene Civic Alliance. Friends of Civic Stadium. A shifting group of volunteer organizations struggled for years to find a way to save the beloved, but deteriorating, local sports landmark, against staggering odds. Now, a year after Civic Stadium burned to the ground,… Read More