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C U STO M B U I L D E R 267 Cornerstone Construction As brothers, friends and business partners, Brian and Jeff Bohrer are focused on adhering to their company's tagline: "There is a right way to do everything." Co-owners of Cornerstone Construction Services, the two Bohrers have learned to capitalize on each other's strengths, combining knowledge of numbers, organization, subcontractor relations, construction expertise, and creativity to successfully achieve the specifics of every project their Portland-based firm completes. "Because there are two of us and our strengths complement each other each other so well, we are able to accomplish a great deal of work quickly while providing incredible quality," Brian says. "With backgrounds in managing all aspects of residential construction projects, from high-rise waterfront buildings to traditional masterpieces, we are able to use our array of skills to handle projects of any size or scope." Asked to identify the philosophy behind their firm, the brothers point to communication and simplicity. Guided by an ambition to provide clear and concise information throughout the process, from the initial bid to the end product, the firm employs a collaborative system that results in timely and professional execution. "We have a team approach with our project managers, so when homeowners are communicating with us in the beginning they are talking with the people that will be overseeing the job every day," Jeff says. "Principal involvement from both of us as owners is crucial to a well-run project." Through long-lasting relationships with subcontractors, Brian, Jeff, and their team make sure that each project receives the same attention to detail and efficient process for which they have become known. From pre-construction meetings to final walkthroughs, the Cornerstone Construction Services team stands with its clients every step of the way LEFT: Angled rooflines give the modern home a dynamic feel. Cedar siding and natural stone help to integrate the residence with the natural landscape around it. Photograph by David Papazian NEWBERG

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