Community Projects

ORA is very experienced in working on projects to benefit various communities – from recreational centers, to parks, to religious buildings. Being a part of our community is very important to our company.

Scroll below to see some of our recent community work.

We recognize that these projects are highly visible, and often have a lot of community or media engagement. ORA employees are professional on any project site and will make a great addition to the team for any community project. These projects often come with tight budget and schedule requirements. Scheduling with ORA is easy and flexible; we will help keep the project on track.


Jimi Hendrix Park

Seattle, WA // 2019

This $2.9 million project involved construction of a neighborhood park located next to the Northwest African American Museum.

Click here for more information on this project.

Rainier Beach Community Center Redevelopment

Seattle, WA // 2014

This $25 million project involved construction of a 46,500-square-foot community center with many different event and sporting rooms.

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Kent YMCA

Kent, WA // 2019

This two story, 50,000 square foot building houses an aquatic center, gym, three group fitness rooms, cardio and free-weight fitness floor, childcare and adventure zone areas, as well as a kitchen and administrative areas.

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Edmonds Public Restrooms

Edmonds, WA // 2017

This $468,000 public restroom was highly desired in the City of Edmonds. The design featured a building sited adjacent to the sidewalk with an accompanying small plaza and landscaping area.

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Valley Ridge Play Fields

SeaTac, WA // 2018

This $4.5 million renovation includes new synthetic turf on three existing sports fields and complete reconstruction of the fourth field, including the addition of an LED lighting system.

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“They [ORA] are very professional and easy to work with; Not only the City enjoy working with them but the contractors also like working with them because they listen and work with them [contractors]”

Larry E., City of SeaTac Parks & Recreation


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