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2016 A Year In Review

As 2016 ends, we look forward to further growth in 2017   During the past year we have seen more growth and excitement than we have in prior years giving us an elevated enthusiasm for the year to come. Here are the 2016 numbers: 10 – Number of years Cellar Ridge has been building a […]

We Know How to Throw a Party!

Cellar Ridge Construction is now ten years old! To honor our years of success, and welcome the community to our new office location, the Cellar Ridge family decided put together a grand Open House celebration June 24th. Organizing the event was no small feat. With over 70 attendees, the office was bustling. Wine, beer, San […]

Purple Hands, Green Love

As most folks know, this is wine country. David Lett and his wife Diana planted the first 3,000 Pinot noir vines in the Willamette Valley in 1965. 40 years later, in 2005, Cody Wright started Purple Hands Winery. With help from his wife, Marque, they’ve successfully and steadily grown their business by consistently delivering outstanding […]

The most wonderful time of the year!

Cellar Ridge had their Christmas party this past weekend and it was grand! There was amazing food from Biscuit and Pickles  fabulous wine from Elizabeth Chambers Cellar. Paired with an assortment of some awesome local brews, the night was headed for success from the beginning. As folks arrived they were greeted with a friendly face and a drink […]

Gone fishing…

This past September the Cellar Ridge crew had their company team build. It was a fishing trip. Last year the Coho season was roaring and the team filled their quota (2 per person) by 10AM. This year we were determined to beat that. Getting closer to the date of the trip, we learned the season had been […]

Is it really that hard?

Sometimes the thought of being “green” seems daunting and difficult to achieve. Actually, it’s quite the contrary. There are a multitude of little things we can do throughout our day to help reduce or eliminate waste and shrink our carbon footprint. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. It’s really that simple. Then there are the larger ticket items. […]