CSG is a provider of construction related services exclusively to school agencies. Our mission is to deliver affordable, high quality representation and advocacy on a broad range of facility matters. Supporting districts as they address their capital construction needs is part of ESD 112's overall educational mission.

New seasoned director hired to lead CSG

March 2, 2016

Kirk Powlowski

A seasoned veteran in the field of construction management, Kirk Pawlowski, has been hired as the Director of CSG. Kirk will begin transitioning into this role over the next month.

He comes to CSG with vast experience in planning, development, construction and project management, having lead major capital development programs for higher education entities including University of Washington, Washington State, Oregon State and OHSU.

In addition to his professional experience, Kirk is a strong leader who is very personable and committed to building long-term relationships with staff and clients. He has demonstrated his dedication to the mission of public organizations that support the education community. 

“I have every confidence we’ve found a great fit for the CSG team and we are excited to get him introduced to staff and CSG clients throughout the state,” said Superintendent Tim Merlino.

Other News

Richland School District: Building 21st Century Schools


After passing a $98 million dollar bond in 2013 and obtaining $54 million dollars in state assistance funds, the Richland School District will begin the school year in August 2015 with four new school campuses and a renovated high school stadium. Three more new schools will be completed over the next three years.

Meridian Demonstrates that Small School Districts Can Do Big Things


After passing a $17 million dollar bond in 2010 and obtaining $23 million dollars from the State Construction Assistance Program, the Meridian School District has completed some big facility projects! The district replaced the elementary school and most of the old high school buildings, and renovated the remainder of the campus. The bond scope also included demolition of many of the old deteriorating buildings, including the 91-year old “Old Main” building.