Fawcett Elementary School
We’re working with general contractor, Hensel Phelps, and Tacoma Public Schools on the design/build delivery for the replacement of Fawcett Elementary School. The scope encompasses demolition of the existing school, and design and delivery of a 550-student, 55,000 SF PK-5 school. When complete in 2023, Fawcett Elementary will feature contemporary learning and shared use spaces, a STEM workspace and Pre-Kindergarten program.
This mixed-use housing project is a lot redevelopment within the Bend Central District (BDC), a rapidly growing area in the heart of the city. The design offers pedestrian-friendly street frontage, and 121,000 SF encompassing four stories of apartments above ground-level mixed use and retail space and multiple on-site resident amenities. Slated for completion in 2023, 181 Franklin is one of the first major redevelopments in the BCD.
Union School District, 2019 Capital Bond Projects
Slated for completion Fall 2021, the Union School District's capital bond projects encompass a variety of safety and security, efficiency, accessibility, and facility improvements to Union Junior/Senior High School, and Miller and Hutchinson elementary schools.
Lea Hill Elementary School
Currently in design, this school replacement project is one of three elementary schools on which we've been privileged to work with the Auburn School District over the last three years.
Domaine Serene Wine Lounge
Like its counterparts in Portland and Lake Oswego, Oregon, the newest addition to the Domaine Serene brand, housed in Bend's historic D.H. Spheir Building, will offer diners a menu inspired by its world class wines - in a sophisticated yet relaxed setting inspired by the Central Oregon locale.
Sumner High School
Our service for Phase 1 of this multi-phase replacement project includes planning, programming and design for selective demolition and new construction that will house the commons and kitchen, library, student services and new general and specialized classroom space.
Spencer Creek, Phase 1
We’re working with the Port of Kalama on the development of new 70-acre mixed use project, Spencer Creek. Our work on Phase 1 includes planning, design and construction of two, 22,500 SF buildings on five acres, and on- and off-site improvements. When complete in early 2023, the buildings will be leasable in 2,500 SF spaces to a variety of commercial and light industrial business tenants.
Orange Senior Living
This new 175-unit senior living community in Orange, Connecticut, currently in construction, includes independent and assisted living services, memory care supportive housing, and communal amenities including a media room, bistro, restaurant and wellness center.
Astoria School District, 2018 Capital Bond Projects
Following passage of a $70M bond in 2018, we're working with the district and the Astoria community for design and delivery of the bond program that includes the modernization of two elementary schools, modernizations of both Astoria Middle and High schools and multiple capital improvement projects.
The design for this 168,000 SF mixed use housing project makes the most of a sloping site, maximizing the building foot print and integrating tuck-under parking at the rear of the building. The facade is divided into discrete elements to visually reduce the length and mass of the building. The exterior expression invokes the vertical columnar basalt forms of the nearby Deschutes River Canyon and the glass encased corner will offer a distinctive signature feature while allowing transparency to the building's interior public spaces.
Mountain Timber Market
When complete in 2022, this exciting new 33,500 SF tourism attraction on the Kalama waterfront will host food, artisan and craft vendor stalls, a food truck court, overnight lodging and a full-service restaurant. The first floor will feature rentable vendor stalls, with a restaurant overlooking the Columbia River and 19 hotel rooms on the second floor. Cited next to the existing amphitheater, Mountain Timber Market will expand recreational amenities for local residents as well as to tourists brought to Kalama by the river cruise ships that put into port.