Linn-Benton Community College Chemistry And Science Buildings Addition/Renovation Albany, Oregon
Mechanical and electrical design for Madrone Hall, a new chemistry classroom addition and a science wing renovation for a community college. The two level, 15,250 square foot chemistry building includes chemistry classrooms, prep rooms and offices on the upper level and general classrooms and study spaces on the first floor. A separate 4,400 square foot addition provides classroom, entry, offices and support spaces to the science complex. The Madrone Hall addition has been granted LEED Silver certification.
PacTrust/Nexplanar Hillsboro, Oregon
Mechanical design for a 1200 square foot, class 10,000 clean room utilizing packaged rooftop air handlers and HEPA filter packs as part of a 6,300 sq. ft. manufacturing tenant improvement. In addition to the clean room design, the design included components to maintain pressure relationships between a changing room, a product support lab, a materials blending room and other support spaces.
PM Industries Beaverton, Oregon
Mechanical design for a 300 square foot prefabricated clean room installation.
FEI Hillsboro, Oregon
Mechanical design for a 1400 square foot, class 10,000 clean rooms utilizing packaged rooftop air handlers, recirculating fan coils and HEPA filter packs as part of a 41,000 square foot manufacturing building.
Precision Cast Parts Portland, Oregon
Design for multiple clean, shell mold, drying chambers utilizing dehumidification.
Blue Mountain Community College Science and Technology Building Pendleton, Oregon
Mechanical and electrical design for a new 29,000 square foot science facility. The building includes animal rooms, a cadaver room, biology, chemistry, physics, geology and forensics classrooms as well as a large lecture hall and administrative and support spaces. The building also contains a large central exhaust system serving the building hoods with a specialized control system to maintain proper pressure relationships as the hoods switch between occupied and unoccupied modes.