Projects 2018-05-25T18:20:22+00:00

Projects

Below is a small list of projects we have completed recently. We specialize in both residential and commercial projects using the highest quality materials. Please visit often to see our new projects listed.

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University of Oregon campus – Eugene, OR

Art project: 60,000 pounds / White Granite Blocks. Artist Adam Kuby. Total 7 days start to finish 6 men.

Completed in May 2018

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Nike Garage - Portland, OR

Completed in February 2018

We've been creating amazing works of art for the Nike Campus since 2002. Our latest project was to build several walls and all stone needed to have the same angle. Nearly 2,000 tons of rock was used to create this stunning structure at the gate of the Nike Campus.

Japanese Gardens - Portland, OR

Completed in January 2018

Stone Sculptures was honored to be part of the new expansion at the famed Japanese Gardens near Washington Park in Portland Oregon. This tourist destination was seen by over 450,000 people in 2017. Our work is showcased throughout the new 3.4-acre expansion.

Caswell Gardens - Troutdale, OR

Completed in January 2018

We treat residential project with the same level of quality and care as the larger commerical projects. This client had an eye for detail and wanted to create basalt stone walls with block backup-sand set Pennsylvania variegated (random pattern) stone paving.

A unique blend of nature and sculptures both in stone and bronze, Caswell Sculpture Garden offers a wonderful setting for events, entertaining and a venue for spring, summer and fall weddings.

Jamison Square - Portland, OR

Completed in May 2002

The park design includes three main elements: a fountain, a boardwalk, and an outdoor gallery. The stone fountain metaphorically expresses the idea of an “aquifer," as water pours out of the stone steps, filling up the gently sloping ground until the water is about 12 inches deep, at which point the water drains back out and the ground is dry.

The park, considered a pocket park, opened in May 2002, based on a 1999–2000 master plan for parks in the Pearl District, all connected by a water theme.