Early in the design phase, CD Redding worked closely with architects and Camp Tapawingo management to provide budgeting and cost estimates that would be used in fundraising. Once funding was secure, construction began. This building utilizes large timber trusses and black metal connecting plates which gives the building a timeless look and presence. Now with the ability to seat and feed more campers at one time, Camp Tapawingo for the first time in years, can increase camp occupancy.


  • Camp Tapawingo opened to campers in 1954
  • The original dining hall operated for over 70 years
  • Approximately 40 groups use the camp each year
  • CD Redding’s relationship with the camp began in 2011 when we built the Activity Center

Project Facts

  • 7,772 sq. ft.
  • In Falls City, OR
  • New construction
  • Repeat customer