Wok Box to open in Orenco Station

Wok Box will open one its quick service Pan Asian restaurants in Hillsboro on Saturday, Oct. 27. Former Portland Trail Blazer Brian Grant will appear between 1 and 3 p.m. to accept a $2,500 check from the company for his foundation that funds awareness and education of Parkinson's Disease.

The restaurant will be at 7810 N.W. Cornell Road. It will be the company's 56th location worldwide.

T5 Data Center coming to Hillsboro

Another data center is coming to Hillsboro.

T5 Data Centers of Atlanta announced it has bought 15 acres in town and will build a 200,000 computer server facility that will open next year.

Fortune Data Centers opened its new Hillsboro facility last month. Adobe Systems and Digital Realty Trust are both working on new data centers in Hillsboro.

T5 says its facility will be the first purposely purposely built, ground-up data center in Oregon for wholesale customers. The company says it will be designed to take advantage of the cool climate to reduce power and water use. It will be at the corner of Evergreen and Brookwood.

“The Pacific Northwest is a well-established destination for enterprise users looking for safe, efficient data center solutions” says Pete Marin, President of T5. “Hillsboro offers the best combination of low taxes, low power costs, a reliable infrastructure and easy access for out-of-region companies.”

Adventist Health sets local JobCare Clinic

Adventist Health has opened a JobCare clinic in the Tuality HealthPlace building, 1200 N.E. 48th Ave., Hillsboro.

Adventist Health, which operates Occupational Medicine clinics in Portland and Vancouver, has leased clinic space from Tuality Healthcare. Adventist Health has refurbished the facility to treat job-related injuries and other health problems that effect on-the-job productivity.

“We are pleased to welcome Adventist Health to the Hillsboro area health care community,” said Tuality President and Chief Executive Officer Dick Stenson. “Occupational Medicine is an important piece of the health care puzzle and we are glad they are here.”

Adventist Health JobCare-Hillsboro, under the direction of Dr. Curtis S. Thiessen, is focused on pre-employment physicals, drug screenings and treating injured workers to get them back to work promptly and safely.

Parr Lumber launches window, door showroom

Parr Lumber has opened one of the largest window and door showrooms in the region at 755 N.W. 185th Ave. in Aloha.

The new showroom features 2,900 square feet of display space. The window area features vinyl, fiberglass and wood products made by Jeld-Wen, Milgard, Cascade, Ply-Gem, Marvin Integrity and Marvin and Andersen.

The door selection includes a fiberglass door from Therma-Tru and a line made by Simpson, manufactured in Washington.

The new showroom will also be staffed by knowledgeable sales people, says David Hamill, chief executive officer of the building materials supply company.

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