Founded in 2004, Bremik Construction has always been committed to the vision of delivering high quality projects with a focus on “being the best.”

Over the last 20 years, we have grown not only in volume but also in capabilities. We are industry leaders who manage a wide range of projects from historic renovations, new construction, and tenant improvements to housing, education, healthcare, commercial/office, municipal/civic, industrial, and hospitality/entertainment.


Today, all our work incorporates smart, sustainable building practices, with or without certification. We believe it is our responsibility to minimize the ecological impact our built environment imparts on this beautiful place we are fortunate to call home.

Adaptive Reuse

We have a passion for preserving and repurposing the rich history of Oregon’s commercial buildings. Renovating an existing building is one of the most sustainable practices we can perform and extending its longevity adds to the cultural vitality of our communities.

From The White Stag Block, the first and largest LEED Gold Historic Renovation in the United States, to the adaptive reuse renovation of Washington High School, home to the concert venue, Revolution Hall, we strive to maximize client benefits while minimizing our impact.

LEED Accredited Professionals

To meet the sustainability goals of our clients, each project is led through the design and construction process by our preconstruction managers, who are LEED Accredited Professionals. During preconstruction, we provide strategic benefits and life-cycle cost analysis to be utilized by teams to maximize project value.


In 2021 and 2022, Bremik Construction was recognized by the Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute, or PNCI, as having the most apprenticeship participation with over 200,000 hours worked and most female carpenter hours worked.

We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and are committed to the promotion, development, and utilization of a diverse, local workforce within the commercial construction industry.

We are signatory to the carpenter and labor unions, and we are a registered training agent with the Oregon Bureau of Labor & Industries (BOLI). We have found that unions provide a structured, proven program for developing journeyman carpenters and laborers. We encourage our craftspeople to acquire skills to enhance their livelihoods and contribute to the growth of our industry. This is why 32% of our field crew are apprentices.

For trade partners who are not registered BOLI training agents, we mentor them in the requirements of Oregon’s workforce training program and connect them with community partners for additional opportunities.


Bremik Construction is dedicated to working with Underutilized Business Enterprises (UBE) and COBID certified firms on all our projects, regardless of if there are diversity requirements. We have championed countless projects with COBID certification goals and have developed a process that allows us to reach our clients’ goals while enhancing our long-lasting relationships with subcontractors.

Our goal is to mentor and develop underutilized businesses to grow their company’s portfolio and experience through our projects. We support and participate in local small business and minority contractor associations, including but not limited to: