2018 Banner Year for Top Projects

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(18th Street Sportsplex | Photo by Cascade Business News)

This year turned out to be a banner year for most businesses, and the construction industry was along for the ride. This year we feature over 30 projects. In our newest CBN issue that comes out December 19, you will find this year’s Top Projects in Central Oregon. We realize that the term “Top Projects” can be subjective, so we laid out criteria to use as a guide for local builders, developers, architects and engineers to submit their projects.

The criteria is a cost of $1 million or more, completed in 2018 within the tri-county region. We continue to cover great projects under $1 million as well, so don’t hesitate to reach out and share yours with us.

Within the Top Projects, many Tenant Improvements made the list in 2018. The Box Factory as well as the Shevlin Health & Wellness Center added new tenants. The new REALMS school converted a warehouse into a new learning facility off of Brinson.

There are new manufacturing buildings in Brinson Business Park — Keith Manufacturing opened a new flagship facility in Madras showing a strong growth in the manufacturing sector within the region.

My personal favorite is the 18th Street Sportsplex complete with a gladiator pit!

Many thanks to everyone who helped get this extraordinary amount of information to us.

I hope you enjoy perusing the projects!

 

 

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photo | Courtesy of BLRB Architects

Juniper Springs Senior Living

590 NW 23rd St., Redmond, OR 97756

Property Owner/Developer: Compass Senior Living & Paradigm Properties

Contractor: Matt Cohen, Managing Partner, CS Construction, LLC

Project Cost: $14,200,000 (construction cost)

Sitework Start: June 1, 2017

Completion: November 1, 2018

Square Footage: • Assisted Living Facility o 60 units – Total 53,800 SF • Memory Care o 24 Units – Total 15,400 sf • Residential Cottages: Total 19,320 SF • Total Project SF: 88,520 SF

Financing: Clearinghouse CDFI

Project Manager: Matt Freeman, CS Construction

Project Supervisor: Dwight Panton, CS Construction

Project Engineer: Matt Amrhein, CS Construction

Architect: Chris Moore, AIA, Project Manager, BLRB Architects

Structural Engineer: John Fischer, Ashley and Vance Engineering

Civil Engineer: Grant Hardgrave, Hickman, Williams, and Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Takako Baker, MFIA Inc. Consulting Engineers

Plumbing Engineer: Ed Geraghty, Geraghty Mechanical Inc

Electrical Engineer: Tony Phifer & Douglas Robinson, Reynolds Electric

Landscape Architect: Kristin Georgeton

Interior Designer: Contract Interiors: Michael Weidmann & Sabrina Matsumaru

Landscaping: Land Escapes, Inc.

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Bend Commercial Glass, Central Oregon Roofing, Grizzly Mountain Excavation, LLC, Land Escapes, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center, Inc., North Country Building Specialties, LLC, Overhead Door Company of Central Oregon, Severson Fire Protection, Inc., Severson Plumbing & Mechanical, Inc, Ultra Quiet Floors, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp., Deschutes Construction Corporation, Lanz Cabinet Shop, Inc., Baxter Builders, LLC, Big Mountain Gutters Inc., Moye’s Drywall Inc., Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., Curtis Restaurant Equipment, Inc, Cascade Coatings, Inc., Bend Fireside, Inc., Streamline Masonry, LLC, Action Pride Cabentry, Inc., Central Oregon Heating and Cooling, 7 Peaks Paving, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Inc., Blake Surface Solutions, New Reynolds Electric, Inc, Zweigart Construction, Inc., Xtreme Clean, US Mailboxes, Heniges Construction, Legend Creek Homes, Tony Gaines Construction, Contract Interiors LLC, Vazquez Painting and Construction LLC, Dale McCleary Construction, Bell Hardware of Bend Inc., Johnson Brothers TV & Appliance, Truss Components of Oregon, Inc., Jed’s Woodworking, LLC, Lakeside Lumber, Builders First Source, GVA Northwest, LLC, Red Built, LLC, Tree Products

Brief Description of Project:

Juniper Springs Senior Living offers 60 assisted living residential units in a two-story, 53,000 SF facility on a seven acre site in Redmond, Oregon. The project also includes an attached 15,400 SF, 24-unite memory care facility, and four detached residential cottages each comprised of three, two-bedroom 1,200 SF units. The site plan was designed to accommodate the future integration of additional residential cottages in a subsequent phase.

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photo | Courtesy of Lenity Architecture, Inc.

CubeSmart

2705 NE Fourth Street • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Columbia Pacific Advisors

Contractor: New Valley Construction, LLC & Matt Cohen, Managing Partner, CS Construction, LLC

Project Cost: $9.0 million

Sitework Start: September 2017

Completion: September 2018

Square Footage: 107,756 SF

Amenities: Net-Zero Energy Certification

Land Survey: AKS Engineering

Project Manager: Matt Freeman

Superintendent: Galen Fischer

Project Engineer: Matt Amrhein

Architect: Lenity Architecture, Inc.

Principal Architect: Daniel Roach

Structural Engineer: Anderson Chase PS

Civil Engineer: AKS Engineering

Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Engineer: Lenity Architecture

Landscape Architect: Brian Lind

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

7 Peaks Paving, American Sprinklers, Bend Commercial Glass, Cascade Natural Gas, Central Oregon Roofing, Central Oregon Heating, Deschutes Painting, Energy Coservation Insulation, Harver Group Drywall, High Desert Paving, I&J Carpets, JKD Construction, JT Plumbing, Lanz Cabinets, Smith Sheet Metal, Streamline Masonry, Sunburst Fabrications

Brief Description of Project:

Completed in September, CubeSmart is a three-story, 107,756 square foot self-storage project with approximately 800 units. Located on nearly two acres, CubeSmart is not your expected box storage project. A blend of crisp, bold colors and metal finishes makes a strong interior design statement. Coupled with carefully selected exterior architectural details and colors, the design helps to highlight the Central Oregon esthetic that makes Bend so unique. Offering customers a variety of storage unit sizes and contemporary security features makes CubeSmart a great option for the Bend area.

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photo | by Cascade Business News

Azimuth 315

2155 NW Labiche Lane • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Azimuth 315 LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $8.5 million

Sitework Start: November 2017

Completion: December 2018

Square Footage: 45,204 SF

Amenities: Onsite parking, coin-op laundry, and storage. Each unit has a full kitchen and bath. Energy efficient appliances. Some units available with sliding doors and decks. Community rooms (exercise, reading area, and gathering space) and back deck available for use. Onsite playground. Close to restaurants and schools. Solar energy.

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly

Supervisor: Tim Curry

Engineer: Kristen Burris

Architect: Jim Landin Architects

Principal Architect: Jim Landin

Structural Engineer: Ashley and Vance Engineering

Civil Engineer: Sun Country Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Cole Breit Engineering

Landscaping: Pacific Crest Maintenance

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

American Direct, Baptista Tile, Baxter Builders, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Concrete Services, Co., Bend Electric Inc., Bend Heating & Sheetmetal, Inc., BLRB Architects, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, Inc., CCI Bend, LLC, Central Oregon Waterproofing, Classic Coverings & Design Inc., Cox Custom Welding, Custom Plus Heating, ECI, Havern Cabinetry Design, High Desert Aggregate & Paving Inc., High Desert Steel Detailing LLC, J & R Fire Protection, Johnson Bros. Appliances, Latham Excavation, Latham Excavation, LDC, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center, Miller Lumber, Native Run Painting, North Country Building Specialties, Oregon Truss, Resist-All Seamless Gutters, River Roofing Bend, LLC, Rubenstein’s Contract Carpet LLC, Sign Pro, Simmons Framing and Siding, Straight Up Elevator Co., Twin Rivers Plumbing, Ultra Quiet Floors, Western Protective Coatings

Brief Description of Project

50 unit low income housing apartment building.

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photo | by Cascade Business News

Plateau Travel Plaza

215 NW Cherry Lane • Madras, OR 97741

Owner: Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Project Cost: approx. $8.5 million

Square Footage: 13,300 SF

Financing: Wells Fargo

Project Manager: Chris Neumaier, Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Superintendent: Tyler Saunders, Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Project Coordinator: Jeffrey Carstensen, Indian Head Casino COO; Travis Wells, Project Manager for Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Engineer: MFIA Inc.

Civil Engineer: Parametrix, Bend

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering, LLC, Bend

Principal Engineer: Jonny Walker, Walker Structural Engineering, LLC

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Al Levage, BBT Architects

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AM-1 Roofing, Inc, Baxter Builders, LLC, BBT Architects, Bell Hardware – Bend, Bend Cabinet & Fixtures , Inc., Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Heating & Sheet Metal, Building Material Specialties, Carlson Sign, Cement Products Mfg. Co., Inc., Chase Industries, Inc., Curtis Restaurant Equipment, Inc., Deschutes Painting, Inc., Doors Plus, Inc, Energy Conservation Insulation Inc, Energy Trust of Oregon, Functional Surfacing, LLC, GH Surveying LLC, Gowdy Bros . Electric, Inc., GTS Interior Supply, Inc., High Desert Aggregate & Paving, Inc., Ironclad Industrial Flooring, J & R Fire, LLC, JKD Construction, Johnson Brothers Appliances, Latham Excavation, MFIA, Moye’s Drywall, Overhead Door Company of Central Oregon, Parametrix, Pavement Protectors, PNE Construction, Precision Rebar Accessories, Inc., Rasmussen Masonry, Red Built Engineered Wood Products, Roger Langeliers Construction Co., Rose City Awning and Flag, Ryan Simmons Construction, Sealtech, LLC, Severson Plumbing & Mechanical, Super Fencing, LLC, Thomas Kay Textiles, Inc., Walker Structural Engineering LLC, Wessco Waste & Recycling Equipment, WhiteStar Enterprises, LLC

Brief Description of Project:

Tribal-run, full service travel center/truck stop complete with self service fueling, café, deli, laundry, showers and gaming options.

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photo | Courtesy of Skanska USA Building Inc.

St. Charles Family Practice Facility

2600 Neff Road Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: St. Charles Health System, Inc.

Contractor: Skanska USA Building Inc.

Project Cost: $7,800,000

Sitework Start: 10/26/2017

Completion: Phase 1 Complete 8/3/18, Phase 2 Complete 10/16/18.

Square Footage: 7,056 SF Remodel, 13,963 SF Addition, Total: 21,019 SF

Amenities: 31 patient exam rooms, 2 procedure rooms, 3 individual care teams, integrated lab space, x-ray room, conference space, upgraded HVAC, Lighting, Fire Alarm and IT Systems. Repaved 128 parking spots, provisions for snow melt sidewalks

Project Manager: Hans Rindfleisch

Superintendent: Darin Randall

Project Engineer: Ryan Lamb

Architect: Clark Kjos Architects

Principal Architect: Scott Combs & Tyler Carlson

Structural Engineer: Gary James Lewis, Lewis & Van Vleet Inc

Civil Engineer: Grant Hardgrave, HWA

Mechanical Engineer: John Van Bladeren, MFIA, Inc.

Landscaping: Botanical Developments

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Apollo Mechanical – HVAC & Plumbing; Bend Custom Glass – Storefront & Glazing; Insulpro – Weather Barrier; Tomco Electric – Electrical and Low Voltage; Northwest Framing Systems – Wood Framing; Legend Custom Woodworking – Casework/Millwork; Sunburst Fabrication – Steel Erection; Western Partitions –
Stucco, Fiber Siding, Interior Framing/Drywall, Painting; Taylor Northwest – Sitework; Deschutes Concrete – Concrete; Northstar – Demolition; Fabulous Floors – Flooring; Smith Sheetmetal – Siding, Roofing, Cutters; Eagle Roofing – Membrane Roofing; Davidsons Masonry – Masonry; Botanical Developments – Landscaping & Irrigation; 12.500 – Blinds; Interior Tech – Security Gate; Delta Fire – Fire Sprinkler; Trueline Steel – Steel Fabrication; Building Materials
Specialties – Specialties; Harver – EIFS Repair; Bell Hardware – Door, Frame, Hardware Supply

Brief Description of Project:

Remodel to create cutting edge clinic to house Family Care Practice, behavioral health and rheumatology, together with lab and X-ray.

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photo | Courtesy of R&H Construction

Ochoco School Crossing

440 NW Madras Highway • Prineville, OR 97754

Property Owner/Developer: Housing Works

Contractor: R&H Construction

Project Cost: $5.9 million (construction cost)

Sitework Start: 8/15/2017 (ground breaking)

Completion: 10/8/2018

Square Footage: 41,982 SF

Amenities: 29 homes, two community rooms, onsite laundry, EPIC Property Management onsite office, outdoor play area, onsite Head Start Early Learning Center, and gym used by Crook County Parks & Rec. for community programs.

Financing: Made possible through an award of federal low-income housing tax credits provided by Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS), and HOME funds through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Wells Fargo Affordable Housing Community Development Corporation.

Project Manager: Keith Wooden, Housing Works

Construction Superintendent: Andy Hewes, R&H Construction

Architect: Pinnacle Architecture

Principal Architect: Doug Alley

Structural Engineer: Ashley & Vance Engineering

Civil Engineer: Ashley & Vance Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: System Design Consultants

Landscaping: Pinnacle Architecture & Aspen Landscape Development

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

7 Peaks Paving LLC, ABC Fence Co, Adam Bright Tree Service or Arbor Industries, Alpine Abatement Association, Inc, AM-1 Roofing Inc, American Rooter & Jetting Service Inc, Applied Finishes Inc, Bend Electric Inc., CCI Bend LLC, Custom Tint LLC, DE-EL Enterprises, Inc., Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Fabulous Floors Inc, General Builders Supply, Inc., Grassmasters, Guarantee Glass & Mirror Inc, J & R Fire LLC, Jim Courson Carpet Service Inc, Kelso Land Surveying LLC, LETS Construction Cleaning, Inc., Mid-Valley Glass LLC, Miller Lumber Co., North Country Building Specialties, Northwest Quality Construction Inc, Old Town Concrete LLC, Pavement Protectors, Quality Heating, Sage Ridge Inc., Stephen Rice Inc., Sunburst Fabrications Inc., Travis Anderson dba TBA Construction, Twin Rivers Plumbing Inc, Ultra Quiet Floors, We Cut Concrete Inc

Brief Description of Project

When Ochoco Elementary School closed in Prineville after seven decades, an opportunity presented itself. Housing Works, Central Oregon’s regional housing authority, began planning to transform the school into Ochoco School Crossing, an apartment community for individuals and families who earn at or below fifty percent of the area’s median income. With a vacancy rate near zero, the community needed affordable housing.

The transformation created 29 homes including studios, one-, two-, and three bedrooms. The old boiler and storage room became a community room for the residents.

The design finds a beautiful balance of modern and historical. Bright colors and striking apartment numbers combined with historic memorabilia throughout the building create a welcoming place to call home. The apartment interiors include warm wood-inspired plank flooring and clean, modern white cabinets. Each of the 29 homes has dual entrances — one into the wide hallway and one to outdoor patios. Central outdoor space and a playground create a true community for the residents.

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photo | Courtesy of BBT Architects

Desert Orthopedics Westside Facility

1140 SW Simpson Avenue • Bend, OR 97702

Property Owner/Developer: Simpson & Columbia, LLC

Contractor: CS Construction

Project Cost: $5.5 million

Sitework Start: November 2017

Completion: December 2018

Square Footage: 25,000 SF

Amenities: Staff showers, outdoor and indoor bike parking, accessible roof deck, covered patient drop-off, parklet gathering space

Financing: First Interstate Bank

Project Manager: Eric Meeuwsen

Supervisor: Kenny Rice

Engineer: Dylan Moore, CS Construction

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Renée Alexander

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Hickman, Williams & Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering

Landscaping: JBattleson | Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Action Pride Cabinetry, Inc., Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Cabinet & Fixtures, Inc., Central Oregon Heating and Cooling, Chown Hardware, Classic Coverings, Concrete Shop, Inc., Deschutes Painting, Inc., Elite Electric, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Energy Trust of Oregon, Fabulous Floors, Inc., Grizzly Mountain Excavation, LLC, Griffin Construction, Grizzly Mountain Excavation, JKD Construction, Kingspan, Land Effects, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center, Moye’s Drywall, Inc., North Country Building Specialties, LLC, Redbuilt, River Roofing, LLC, Severson Fire Protection, Inc., Severson Plumbing & Mechanical, Inc., Sierra Pacific Windows, Stedman Sheet Metal, Inc, Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp., Truss Components, Ultra Quiet Floors, Western Protective Coatings

Brief Description of Project:

This new, two-story, 25,000 SF medical office building at the corner of SW Simpson Avenue and SW Columbia Street is Desert Orthopedics third location in Central Oregon. Designed to provide patient care in a state-of-the-art facility, this location includes a full array of diagnostic equipment to efficiently treat patients on-site. The building includes a covered patient drop-off, large open lobby, and staff roof deck.

The exterior of the building is a combination of metal panels, concrete and cedar plank siding. Large windows offer views of Pilot Butte, the Old Mill, and the surrounding Cascades. Integral exterior sunshades on the south and west facades help manage sun exposure while insulated exterior wall panels and continuous insulation on the roof help manage heating and cooling overall. The mechanical system is also zoned to address exterior and in-board spaces and the various exposures.

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photo | Courtesy of SunWest Builders

Fremont NWX

2735 NW Crossing • Bend, OR 97702

Property Owner/Developer: Fremont NWX LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $4.2 million

Sitework Start: June 2017

Completion: July 2018

Square Footage: 18,564 SF

Amenities: Available retail space. Condos are 2bd/2ba with full kitchens, fireplace, laundry, and private balconies on both floors. Energy efficient appliances. Onsite parking and storage for condo owners. Security system. Access to stores, restaurants, parks, and schools.

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly

Supervisor: Jon Page

Engineer: Kristen Burris

Architect: BLRB Architects

Principal Architect: Jim Landin

Structural Engineer: Ashley and Vance Engineering

Civil Engineer: Sun Country Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Cole Breit Engineering

Landscaping: Land Effects

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AGS Stainless Inc., Alex Hodge Construction, AM-1 Roofing, Inc., Arrow Inc, Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, LLC, Bend Fireside, Inc., BLRB Architects, Building Solutions, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, Inc., CCI Bend, LLC, Central Pipe Mechanix LLC, Cleaning Unlimited, Commercial Door & Hardware, Concept Closets Inc., Custom Plus Heating, Dave Gerhardt Tile, DDN Interior Supply Inc., Dimar Siding Company, Eagle Roofing, ECI, Green Apple Construction, Guarantee Glass & Mirror, Inc., High Desert Steel Detailing LLC, I&J Carpets, IFS Design, J & R Fire Protection, Johnson Bros. Appliances, Land Effects Inc., LDC, Inc., Miller Lumber, North Country Building Specialties, Northwest Framing Systems, Northwest Quality Construction, Pro Shop Millwork, Rasmussen Masonry, Redbuilt Engineered Wood Products, Resist-All Seamless Gutters, Roger Langeliers Construction, Simmons Framing and Siding, Straight Up Elevator Co., Summers Wood Floor Co., Tomco Electric, Inc., Tri County Paving, Ultra Quiet Floors, Webfoot Painting, Western Protective Coatings

Brief Description of Project

Mixed use building. First floor with five retail shops. Second floor has six two-story high-end condos.

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photo | Courtesy of Sunwest Builders

St. Charles Medical Group/La Pine Medical Center

51781 Huntington Road • La Pine, OR 97739

Property Owner/Developer: St. Charles Medical Group

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $4,040,621

Sitework Start: June 8, 2017

Completion: May 11, 2018

Square Footage: 12,075 SF

Amenities: Immediate Care services, Ultrasound, X-ray, Procedure and Exam Rooms

Project Manager: Julie Hyer

Supervisor: David Mata

Architect: Clark Kjos Architects, LLC

Principal Architect: Kevin Rohde

Structural Engineer: Lewis & Van Vleet, Inc.

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams & Associates, Inc.

Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: MFIA Inc. Consulting Engineers

Landscaping: Botanical Developments

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Bend Concrete, Kevin Spencer Masonry, Sunburst Fabrications, Advanced Technology Group, Northwest Framing Systems, Cascade Interior Trim and Door, Havern Cabinetry& Design, SealTech, Pavement Protectors, Energy Conservation Insulation, Miller Lumber Company, AM-1 Roofing, Dimar Siding Company, Eagle Roofing, Bell Hardware, Western Construction Specialties, Interior Tech, Bend Commercial Glass, Moyes Drywall, Baptista Tile, Fabulous Floors, Inc., Cascade Painting & Design, Contract Décor, Inc., Skyline Construction Services, Building Material Specialties, Northwest Playground Equipment, Inc., Outdoor Cathedral, LLC, J & R Fire, LLC, Central Pipe Mechanix LLC, Stephen’s Heating & Cooling, Tomco Electric, Inc., Vic Russell Construction, Roger Langeliers Construction Co., Mike’s Fence Center, Aspen Landscape

Brief Description of Project:

Community health clinic with exam rooms, immediate care services, procedure room, x-ray, ultrasound, and support spaces.

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photo | Courtesy of ASCENT ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS

Bethlehem Inn, Families/Admin/Dining Building

3705 N Highway 97 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Beth Shelter, LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $3,707,024

Sitework Start: May 23, 2017

Completion: Certificate of Occupancy 6/25/18

Square Footage: 18,181 SF

Amenities: Ten family residences supporting up to 120 families / year; outdoor fenced play space, fully accessible for people w/disabilities, commercial kitchen with two separate dining facilities, administration offices, energy efficient fixtures and enhanced security features

Financing: Bank of the Cascades/ First Interstate Bank

Project Manager: Julie Hyer

Supervisor: Vance Kotal

Architect: Ascent Architecture & Interiors

Principal Architect: Marco Urieta-Leon

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: RH2 Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: ColeBreit Engineering

Electrical Engineer: OS Engineering

Landscaping: Szabo Landscape Architecture

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

H.A. McCoy Engineering & Surveying, LLC, Wallace Group, Bend Concrete, Sound Floors, Mountain Steel Fabrication, Baxter Builders, LLC, Bryan Jolly Construction, TBA Construction, LDC, Inc., Energy Conservation Insulation, Miller Lumber, Dimar Siding Company, AM-1 Roofing, Bell Hardware, Garage Harmony, Onity, Architectural Specialties, North Country Building Specialties, Overhead Door of Central Oregon, Bend Commercial Glass, Building Solutions, J. Helm Enterprises, Inc., John Varner Construction, Floor Solutions, LLC, Cascade Painting & Design, Fabulous Floors, Carlson Sign Company, J&C Sanders Construction, Koroseal Interior Products, Rowe Fenestration, Industrial Louvers, Inc., BestVue Blinds, Straight Up Elevators, J & R Fire, LLC, Bargreen Ellingson, Severson Plumbing, Cascade Heating & Specialties, Bend Radiant Heating, Elite Electric, Shamrock Northwest Construction, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving, Western Protective Coatings, Mike’s Fence Center, Aspen Landscape Development, Northwest Playground Equipment, Inc.

Brief Description of Project:

New homeless shelter with 11 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms; large commercial kitchen, two separate dining areas and administration offices.

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photo | Courtesy of ASCENT ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS

Lake Place

27 NW Lake Place • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: 27 Lake Place LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $3.5 million

Sitework Start: February 2017

Completion: October 2018

Square Footage: 12,617 SF

Amenities: Onsite parking, easy access to the parkway, shopping, and downtown. Rental units have full kitchen and bath. Energy efficient appliances. Rental units have access to the fourth floor roof deck with views of the Cascades and fireplace.

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly

Supervisor: Brian Riley

Engineer: Kristen Burris

Architect: Ascent Architecture

Principal Architect: Seth Anderson

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams

Mechanical Engineer: Cole Breit Engineering

Landscaping: Aspen Landscape

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Advanced Fireproofing and Insulation Co., AM-1 Roofing, Inc., Aspen Landscape Development, Baptista Tile, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Cleaning Services, Bend Concrete Services, Co., Bend Electric Inc., Bend Fireside, Inc., Bend Heating & Sheetmetal, Inc., Big Mountain Gutters, Carlson Sign, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, Inc., Cascade Painting & Design, Inc., Collins and Sons Excavating, Inc, Coopers Custom Carpentry, Eagle Roofing, ECI, Garage Harmony, LLC, Guarantee Glass & Mirror, Inc., Havern Cabinetry Design, I&J Carpets, Imagine Stoneworks, J & R Fire Protection, J. Helm Enterprises, Johnson Bros. Appliances, Lakeview Millwork Sales, Inc., LDC, Inc., Lee Ramsey Plumbing, Miller Lumber, Mountain Sky Landscaping, Inc., North Country Building Specialties, OverHead Door of Central Oregon, Rasmussen Masonry, Redbuilt Engineered Wood Products, River Roofing Bend, LLC, Roger Langeliers Construction, Sierra Pacific Windows, Sign Pro, Simmons Framing and Siding, Sloan Metal Solutions, Summers Wood Floor Co., Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., Superior Garage Floors, ThyssenKrupp, Truss Components of Oregon, Ultra Quiet Floors, Western Protective Coatings

Brief Description of Project

Mixed use building. First floor retail space. Vacation rentals on the second and third floors with fourth floor roof deck.

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photo | Courtesy of Griffin Construction

Wilco Remodel/Wilco Farm Store

1649 SW Odem Medo Way • Redmond, OR 97756

Property Owner/Developer: WILCO

Contractor: Griffin Construction

Project Cost: $2,229,756

Sitework Start: 3/19/18

Completion: 8/30/18

Square Footage: 42,435 SF

Project Manager: Emily Freed

Project Architect: Travis Smith

Principal Architect: Seth Anderson

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering LLC

Civil Engineer: Hickman, Williams & Associates, Inc

Landscaping: Szabo Landscape Architecture, LLC

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Alpine Abatement, Alpine Glass Company, B&M Fabrication & Machine, Balco, Bell Hardware, Cascade Coatings, Central Oregon Garage Door, Central Oregon Redi Mix, Central Oregon Roofing, ECI, ES&A Signs & Awnings, Fabulous Floors, H.A. McCoy, Johnson Brothers Appliances, Knife River Corporation NW, McCarthy Manufacturing, Mike’s Fence, Mountain Sky Landscaping, NW Paving, Phoenix Fire Protection, Pine Mountain Acoustical, Quality Heating, Riverside Exteriors, Sage Ridge, SI-Contracting, Stedman Sheet Metal, Twin Rivers Plumbing, W.H. Cress

Brief Description of Project

The new Wilco Farm Store in Redmond is a remodel of an existing drug store. The retail space now includes 22,000 square foot sales floor, dog grooming area, and updated employee offices and break room. The exterior of the building also benefited from significant modifications, included adding a new vestibule and distinctive Wilco-branded pitched roof.

Site improvements included addition of a greenhouse structure, a covered load-out area at the north end of the building, and secured outdoor storage.

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photo | by Else Kerkmann

Bend Science Station

1500 SW Chandler Avenue • Bend, OR 97702

Property Owner/Developer: OSU-Cascades / Bend Science Station

Contractor: CS Construction, LLC, Matt Cohen, Managing Partner

Project Cost: $1.877 million

Sitework Start: October 2017

Completion: August 2018

Square Footage: 3,750 SF

Amenities: Net-Zero Energy Certification

Land Survey: H.A. McCoy Engineering & Land Survey, LLC

Project Manager: Eric Meeuwsen

Superintendent: John Lester

Project Engineer: Blake Hamilton & Dylan Moore

Architect: Hennebery Eddy Architects

Principal Architect: Tim Eddy

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: DOWL

Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Engineer: Interface Engineering

Landscape Architect: Walker Macy

Land Surveyer: H.A. McCoy Engineering & Land Survey, LLC

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AM-1 Roofing, Inc., Aspen Ridge Electric, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Heating & Sheet Metal, Inc., Cascade Coatings, Inc, Cleaning Unlimited, Deschutes Construction Corporation, Energy Conservation Insulation, Fabulous Floors, Inc, Grizzly Mountain Excavation, LLC, Moye’s Drywall, Inc, North Country Building Specialties, LLC, NorthWest Framing Systems, Oregon Cascade Plumbing & Heating, Redbuilt, Ron Kidder LLC, Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., TBA Construction, Vaughn’s Services, Inc.

Brief Project Description:

K-12 students and their teachers in the Bend area have a new space for science experiments, research, and training at Bend Science Station on the Oregon State University—Cascades campus. The new 3,750-square-foot building allowed the program to increase its capacity, deliver new programming, develop new partnerships, and serve as a public resource for science education. It also provides young students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds early exposure to a university campus and learning environment.

Bend Science Station features two state-of-the-art learning labs, a lab prep room for guided research, and a teacher training lab. A tower at the building’s east end houses a demonstration platform for practical physics instruction and experiments. Utilizing a photovoltaic solar panel installation, the project is designed to meet net-zero energy certification from the Living Future Institute — one of the first buildings of its type in Central Oregon to achieve this.

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photo | Courtesy of Kellcon, Inc.

Century Park Shell / Life & Times Restaurant

320 SW Century Drive, Suite 100 • Bend, Oregon 97702

Property Owner/Developer: Century Park, LLC

Tenant: Spin the Kitchen, LLC. dba Life & Times Restaurant

Contractor: Kellcon, Inc.

Project Cost: $ 1,595,097

Sitework Start: 11/21/17

Completion: 11/16/18

Square Footage: 2,600 SF

Amenities: Shell Structure including, tenant improvement of Life & Times Restaurant

Project Manager: Mike Rodgers

Supervisor: Murray Cannon

Architect: Darren Thomas Architecture

Tenant Improvement Architect: S|EA, Scott|Edwards Architecture LLP.

Structural Engineer: Eclipse Engineering & Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams and Associates

Mechanical Engineer: MEP LLC., Consulting

Landscaping: Botanical Developments

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Aiken Well Drilling, Alex Hodge Construction, Inc., All American Fire Protection, Inc., Arbor 1 Tree Service, Baldwin Custom Welding and Designs, LLC, Becon, LLC, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Excavating, Bend Heating and Sheet Metal, Inc., Bend Roof Truss, CCI Bend, LLC, Cement Elegance, Commercial Powder Coating, Inc., ConSeal, Inc., Curtis Restaurant Equipment, Inc., Daley Construction Company, Inc., Daniel Simmons Contracting, Inc., Dave Gerhardt Tile, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Company, G2 Fire & Backflow, H & W Doors, Inc., H.D. Fowler Co., Inc., High Quality Builders, John Varner Construction, Inc., Masonry Resource, Inc., Miller Lumber Company, Mike’s Fence Center, Inc., North Rim Electric, LLC, Pratt Concrete Construction, LLC, Reynolds Electric, Stedman Sheetmetal, Inc., Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., TBA Construction, Tomco Electric, Inc., Tri-County Paving, LLC, Twin Rivers Plumbing, Inc., Walker Paint Company, LLC, Wood Tech Services

Brief Description of Project

Timber framing, cedar siding, metal wainscot wall panels, a standing seam roof and an abundance of glass house Life & Time’s flagship restaurant, bringing a new concept to Bend. Polished concrete floors, miles of millwork, light and bright interior finishes, and custom seating provides a comfortable dining environment served by a large full service kitchen. The kitchen is designed turn out healthy fast food for the last allowed drive through on Bend’s Westside.

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photo | by Cascade Business News

Brinson REALMS / Skyline Academy

20730 NE Brinson Boulevard • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Bend-La Pine Schools

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Project Cost: $1,008,443

Sitework Start: May 2018

Completion: August 2018

Square Footage: 35,892 SF

Amenities: Two high schools providing REALMS and Skyline programs that previously did not exist in the region.

Project Manager: Joe Waggoner

Supervisor: Mark Herber

Architect: DKA Architecture & Design PC

Principal Architect: Phil Doza

Structural Engineer: Rolf Armstrong

Mechanical Engineer: CEA Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

We-Cut Concrete, Central Oregon Garage Door, DBI, Phoenix Fire,

Black Diamond Plumbing, Tomco Electric

Brief Description of Project:

This bold undertaking involved the transformation of an existing warehouse into two distinct high schools in a very short period of time. The project involved creating intimated learning spaces within the vast enclosure of this steel building which was structurally retrofitted for the use.

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photo | Courtesy of Kellcon, Inc.

Riff Cold Brewed Coffee

555 NW Arizona Avenue, Suite 30 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Killian Pacific

Contractor: Kellcon, Inc.

Project Cost: $727,607

Sitework Start: August 2018

Completion: November 2018

Square Footage: 3,453 SF

Amenities: Mezzanine Seating, Full Kitchen, Taproom

Project Manager: Hodge Kerr

Supervisor: Rob Ring

Architect: Stemach Design & Architecture

Principal Architect: Stacey Stemach/Matt Tynan

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: ColeBreit Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Action Pride Cabinets, Inc., Anderson Sandblasting, LLC, ASC Concrete, Inc., Audio Visual Bend, Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, LLC, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Heating and Sheet Metal, Inc., CCI Bend, LLC, Central Oregon Garage Door, Inc., ConSeal, Inc., Curtis Restaurant Equipment, Inc., Dave Gerhardt Tile, LLC, Easy Bar, Energy Conservation Insulation Company, H & W Doors, Inc., John Varner Construction, Inc., Megan Stumpfig Art, Metal Art Welding, LLC, Miller Lumber Company, Modernfab, LLC, North Rim Electric, LLC, Oregon Equipment Service Corp., Pine Valley Plumbing, Inc., Scrub Commercial Cleaning, TCS Contract, Inc., Tomco Electric, Inc., Walker Paint Company, LLC, We Cut Concrete, Inc.

Brief Description of Project

What started as a martial arts gym in the 100 year old Box Factory has been renovated into Oregon’s first tap room dedicated to Cold Brew Coffee. The original bones of the building have been exposed highlighting the post and beam structure. The renovation includes a new mezzanine for seating, new restrooms, a full kitchen, walk-in cooler, large bar and one of a kind tap system. The focal point of the space is a unique cold brew system staged in front of a collaborative mural which makes the space truly unique.

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photo | Courtesy of Kellcon, Inc.

River Pig Saloon

555 NW Arizona Avenue, Suite 40 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Killian Pacific

Contractor: KellCon, Inc.

Project Cost: $663,000

Sitework Start: January 2018

Completion: April 2018

Square Footage: 2,784 SF

Amenities: Full Restaurant & Bar

Project Manager: Hodge Kerr

Supervisor: Rob Ring

Architect: Stemach Design & Architecture

Principal Architect: Stacey Stemach/Matt Tynan

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: ColeBreit Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Alpine Glass Company, American Sprinklers, Inc., Anderson Sandblasting, LLC, Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, LLC, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Heating and Sheet Metal, Inc., Bigfoot Beverages Bend, Carlson Sign Company, CCI Bend, LLC, Central Oregon Garage Door, Inc., Cost Less Carpet Bend, Inc., Energy Conservation Insulation Company, H & W Doors, Inc., Hardwood Industries, Inc., Jed’s Woodworking, LLC, John Varner Construction, Inc., Mikes Fence Center, Inc., Miller Lumber Company, North Rim Electric, LLC, Paintzen, Inc., Parr Lumber Company, Pine Valley Plumbing, Inc., Scrub Commercial Cleaning, LLC, Tomco Electric, Inc., Walker Paint Company, LLC,

We Cut Concrete, Inc.

Brief Description of Project

Renovation of a former cross fit gym into the new River Pig Saloon. Classic old West saloon millwork and finishes combined with the River Pig flair have created an extremely unique space in the Box Factory. A fully stuffed Bison stands watch above the classy bar. An upright piano is mounted on the wall as a frame for one of several TVs to watch your favorite games. The full kitchen serves a wide variety of delicious food. A massive steel fabricated firepit stands outside on the Arizona patio along with outside seating options.

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photo | Courtesy of Stilson Buiders, Inc.

Woods Orthodontics

2500 NE Twin Knolls Suite 250 • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Wapiti SF LLC

Contractor: Stilson Buiders, Inc.

Project Cost: $280,000

Completion: November 2018

Square Footage: 1,750 SF

Amenities: Interior Commercial TI

Financing: Columbia Bank, Sarah Stubee

Project Manager: Rick Stilson

Supervisor: Darren Moore

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architect: Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers, Inc.

Mechanical Engineer: CEA Consulting Engineers

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Baxter Builders, J&R Fire, Christensen Plumbing Solutions, Pine Mountain Acoustical and Drywall, Elite Electric, Quality Heating, Bell Hardware, ProShop Millwork & Design, Fabulous Floors, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, Stone Roofing, North Country Building Specialties, Energy Conservation Insulation

Brief Description of Project:

Woods Orthodontics is the newest addition to the Twin Knolls Building located at 2500 NE Twin Knolls Dr Suite #250, Bend, OR 97701. Shannon Woods was a Bend High Lava Bear then a University of Oregon Duck, ultimately completing her dental and orthodontic training at OHSU in Portland, OR. Happy to move back to Central Oregon Shannon is very proud to be opening her first practice and was recently honored by the Bend Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting on November 29th. The space features a sterilization room, welcoming reception area, (2) consult rooms chairs and operatory area with (3) chairs, lab and breakroom for staff. During design, Steele teamed with Henry Schein to specify the ortho equipment. Steele Project Manager Adam Stephen worked directly with Rick Stilson of Stilson Builders to bring Shannon’s dream to life.

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photo | by Cascade Business News

18th St. Sportsplex

63040 18th Street • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: 18th Street Partners LLC / Empire Construction

Contractor: Empire Construction

Sitework Start: July 2017

Completion: November 2018

Square Footage: 54,000 SF

Amenities: Trampoline, Ninja course, Laser Maze, climbing wall, gladiator pit, dodgeball, pickleball and party rooms.

Financing: Mid Oregon Credit Union

Project Manager: Bruce Page

Supervisor: Mark Meredith

Architect: Adam Stephen, Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Steele Associates Architects

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Becon Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: System Design Consultants

Landscaping: Springtime Irrigation

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Behlen Mfg Co, Empire Construction & Development,, Guarantee Glass & Mirror, Inc., Deschutes Window & Door Co.,, Thyssenkrupp Elevator Corp., Sage Ridge, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center,, Inc., Gale Contractor Services, Inc., Overhead Door of Oregon, Sunset, Plumbing of Bend, American Sprinklers, Inc., Elite Electric, Springtime, Landscape & Irrigation, Deschutes Window & Door Co., Cushion Tennis, Courts, Direct Flooring, Steelhead Flooring, Massive Brothers, Cascade, Heating & Specialties, Inc., Geraghty Plumbing & Mechanical, CCI Bend,, LLC, Cascade Painting & Design, Inc., Centerline Drilling, Inc., Alternative, Lighting Energy & Design, Kevin Spencer Masonry, Cement Elegance, Miller, Lumber, GTS Supplies, Fastenal, Northwest Tile Suppliers, Scott York Tile,, Watchdog Security, Tri County Paving, J&C Sanders Construction Supply,, TBA Construction, Steele Associates, BECON, Kittleson & Associates, Hooker, Creek, Curtis Restaurant Equipment, New Era Granite Inc., Bend Rigging, Supply, Carlson Testing Inc., Watkins Testing & Inspections, Empire Truck, Works, Best American Trampolines, Funovation, Walltopia, Bagjump,, Adfl ow, Central Oregon Signs & Awnings Unlimited, Chuck Moser Graphics

Brief Description of Project:

54,000 square foot state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility housing trampoline & adventure park including ninja course, laser maze, gladiator pit, octagon climbing structure, eight pickleball courts, pro shop, lounge and café.

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photo | Courtesy of R&H Construction

Bend Brewing Production Facility

Property Owner/Developer: Bend Brewing Company, Inc.

Contractor: R&H Construction

Sitework Start: February 2018

Completion: June 2018

Square Footage: 2,800 SF

Amenities: Expansion of existing brewery equipment including new boiler system, 30-barrel hot liquor tank, conditioning tanks, mash-ton kettle and whirlpool.

Project Manager: Kyle Hartley, R&H

Construction Superintendent: Scott Staat, R&H

Supervisor: Gary North, R&H

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Bend Electric Inc., Central Oregon Roofing Co, Chillmen Refrigeration Inc, Metolius River Plumbing, Quality Heating, Severson Plumbing & Mech Inc, Tim Bloom Construction Inc

Brief Description of Project:

Bend Brewing Company had goals to expand and upgrade their production capabilities with an additional 2,800 s.f. brewing production facility in Bend. R&H Construction helped expand their facilities by installing new brewing equipment within the existing brewery warehouse space. Installation included a new boiler system, 30-barrel hot liquor tank, conditioning tanks, mash-ton kettle and whirlpool. R&H self-performed the majority of this project including the overhead piping & trapeze work.

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

Blake Drew Dentistry

2215 NW Shevlin Park Road, Suite 110 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: TAYLOR BROOKS LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: April 2018

Square Footage: 4,500 SF

Amenities: General Dentistry Office

Project Manager: Rick Stilson, SunWest Builders

Supervisor: Jim Skelly, SunWest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Devtech Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Interface

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating, Christensen Plumbing

Brief Description of Project

Drew Family Dentistry is the newest completed facility to join the Shevlin Health and Wellness medical campus located at the corner of NW Shevlin Park Road and NW Crossing Drive. Doctor Blake Drew was born and raised in Bend and spent the early part of his career working in the Bay-area of California. Drew is thrilled to be home and serving the community where he grew up. The building features a state of the art sterilization room showcased through large glass walls, warm and welcoming reception & waiting room, (2) hygiene chairs and (4) treatment rooms. During design, Steele teamed with Patterson Dental to provide Drew Family Dentistry with the latest and greatest dental equipment the industry has to offer. Taylor Northwest’s (developer and owner of the campus) plans to continue to buildout the rest of the medical campus in the near future. The campus has become a vibrant home for a variety of medical professionals & practices.

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

Cement Elegance

20790 NE High Desert Lane • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Three Sisters Holdings LLC / Empire Construction

Contractor: Empire Construction

Sitework Start: June 2018

Completion: December 2018

Square Footage: 13,981 SF

Amenities: Office, Showroom & Warehouse

Financing: Confidential

Project Manager: Bruce Page

Supervisor: Mark Meredith

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Becon Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Olson Heating

Landscaping: Springtime Irrigation

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Olson Heating, Springtime Irrigation, Sunset Plumbing

Brief Description of Project:

Cement Elegance lead by Bayard Fox has been designing and fabricating decorative architectural and utilitarian concrete products for residential and commercial use since 1997. With their recent growth came the need for a new building. Steele was hired to design their new facility located in the Brinson Business Park at 20790 High Desert Ln, OR 97701. The building is set to completed December 2018. At 13,981 sf the building will house a large manufacturing warehouse area, showroom and office.

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photo | by Cascade Business News

CHC Layton Ave. Industrial

63028 Layton Avenue • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Loophole Holdings LLC / Empire Construction

Contractor: Empire Construction

Completion: April 2018

Square Footage: 11,188 SF

Amenities: Marijuana Processing and Packaging

Project Manager: Bruce Page

Supervisor: Mark Meredith

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Charlie Rowels Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Olson Heating

Landscaping: Springtime Irrigation

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating,

Springtime Irrigation, Sunset Plumbing

Brief Description of Project:

Manufacturing project.

 

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

Denali II Building A

543 NW York Drive • Bend, OR 97703

ProQ • Outdoor Ukulele • Manzama • BioMauris

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Development LLC / Taylor Northwest

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: March 2018

Square Footage: 17,348 SF

Amenities: Flex Industrial Buildings

Project Manager: Rick Stilson, Sunwest Builders

Supervisor: Jim Skelly, Sunwest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Devtech Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: CEA

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating, Christensen Plumbing, J&R Fire

Brief Description of Project:

Building A, located at 543 NW York Dr Bend, OR 97703 was designed as a 10,853 sf sustainable light industrial flex building to serve Northwest Crossing’s Industrial Zone. The building is home to Pro-Q, Outdoor Ukulele, BioMauris, Manzama & GP Analytics. Building A is a great addition to the District 2 campus welcoming more R&D, light manufacturing and assembly companies to Central Oregon. This straight lined modern techy building features a gently pitched shed roof, storefront glazing, corrugated metal siding and warm wood tones. The building also features fantastic mountain views to the west of Mt. Bachelor, the Sisters and Broken Top. The campus is an extension of the Northwest Crossing neighborhood and focuses on the idea of a healthy live-work community.

 

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

Denali II Building B

549 NW York Drive • Bend, OR 97703

Kollective Technology

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Development LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: March 2018

Square Footage: 10,853 SF

Amenities: Flex Industrial Buildings

Project Manager: Rick Stilson, SunWest Builders

Supervisor: Jim Skelly, SunWest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Devtech Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: CEA

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating, Christensen Plumbing, J&R Fire

Brief Description of Project:

Building B, located at 549 NW York Dr Bend, OR 97703 similar to Building A (mentioned above) was designed as a 17,348 sf sustainable light industrial flex building to serve Northwest Crossing’s Industrial Zone. The building is home to Thump Coffee, Fearless Bakery and Kollective Technology. Building B is a great addition to the District 2 campus welcoming more R&D, light manufacturing and assembly companies to Central Oregon. This straight lined modern techy building features a gently pitched shed roof, storefront glazing, corrugated metal siding and warm wood tones.

 

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photo | by Cascade Business News

Denali II West Building B

2777 NW Lolo Drive • Bend, OR 97703

Sparrow Bakery Production • Rise Fitness • Agency Revolution • Lead Method

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Development LLC/ Taylor Northwest

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: December 2018

Square Footage: 13,305 SF

Amenities: Flex Industrial Buildings

Project Manager: Julie Hyer, Sunwest Builders

Supervisor: David Mata, Sunwest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Ashley Vance Engineering

Civil Engineer: AKS Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: CEA

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating, J&R Fire

Brief Description of Project:

Sustainably designed 13,303 SF Industrial/Tech Building located at 2789 NW Lolo Drive, North West Crossing, Bend OR. It was designed to accommodate a variety of industrial/tech tenants within a highly articulated and flexible building shell. The building features a durable sheet steel accent base, glass overhead doors, and a contemporary/tech aesthetic.

 

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

El Caporal Bend

62040 NE 27th Street • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer: Los Camperos, Inc.

Contractor: R&H Construction

Sitework Start: July 2017

Completion: June 2018

Square Footage: 4,500 SF

Amenities: Large dining area, outdoor patio seating, full upscale commercial kitchen, lounge with full bar and spacious entry.

Project Manager: Kyle Hartley, R&H

Construction Superintendent: John Burris, R&H

Supervisor: Gary North, R&H

Architect: Steele Associates Architects, LLC

Principal Architect: Steve Olson

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams

Mechanical Engineer: Jet Industries

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

7 Peaks Paving LLC, 97 Painting, LLC, Bargreen Ellingson Inc, Baxter Builders, LLC, Bell Hardware of Bend, Bend Concrete Service Co, CCI Bend LLC, Classic Coverings and Design Inc., ConSeal Inc., Deschutes Window & Door Co Inc, Eagle Roofing Co, Elite Electric, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Fabulous Floors Inc, G & K Masonry, Inc., GH Surveying, LLC, Green Thumb Industries, Guarantee Glass & Mirror Inc, J & R Fire LLC, LDC Inc, Lee Ramsey Plumbing, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center Inc, Mountain View Heating Inc, Nelson Tile & Stone, North Country Building Specialties, Reinhart Construction Inc, Stone Roofing & Construction, INC., Sunburst Fabrications Inc., Szymanski Company LLC, Travis Anderson dba TBA Construction

Brief Description of Project:

With locations in Bend and Sunriver this family-owned business since 1997 was ready for a new restaurant in Bend. This ground up 4,500 s.f. restaurant includes seating for about 200 people with their large dining area, outdoor patio seating, full upscale commercial kitchen, lounge with full bar, and large entry.

 

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High Lakes Urgent Care

2215 NW Shevlin Park Road, #100 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Brooks LLC / Taylor Northwest

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: April 2018

Square Footage: 4,500 SF

Amenities: Urgent care and medical

Project Manager: Rick Stilson, Sunwest Builders

Supervisor: Jim Skelly, Sunwest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Devtech Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Interface

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating, Christensen Plumbing

Brief Description of Project:

High Lakes expanded their services in the Shevlin Health and Wellness medical campus located at the corner of NW Shevlin Park Road and NW Crossing Drive to include an Urgent Care for the growing northwest end of town.

The building is shared with Drew Family Dentistry (mentioned above). High Lakes occupies the east end of the building which is roughly 4,500 sf. The space consists of (4) exam rooms, a lab, a private office and warm and welcoming reception area. High Lakes Healthcare was one of the first business on the Shevlin Health and Wellness medical campus.

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Hydro Flask Expansion

525 NW York Drive • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Northwest

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Sitework Start: October 2017

Completion: June 2018

Square Footage: 8,790 SF

Amenities: Offices, Conference Rooms, Restrooms

Project Manager: Rick Stilson

Supervisor: Jim Skelly

Architect: Steele Associates Architects, LLC

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Chris Thome

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: AKS Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Colebreit Engineering, LLC

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Mountain Sky Landscaping, Pro Shop Millwork, Frame to Finish, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation, Seal Tech LLC, T.V.M. Waterproofing, AM-1 Roofing, Inc., Bell Hardware, Cascade Interior Trim and Door, Central Oregon Garage Door, Bend Commercial Glass, Pine Mountain Acoustical, Marc Riverman Painting, Fabulous Floors, Inc., Superior Garage Floors, Custom Cut Tile, White Star Enterprises, North Country Building Const., Johnson Brothers, J&R Fire, LLC, Christensen’s Plumbing, Cascade Heating, Elite Electric, LLC

Brief Description of Project:

Hydro Flask, a local company founded in Bend and now known nationally for its flashy colorful vacuum insulated stainless steel water bottles continues to grow.

Located at 525 NW York Dr, Bend, OR 97703 Hydro Flask was the first building on the District 2 campus at the corner of NW Lolo and NW York Dr. Originally designed as a 12,000 sf research and design facility, hydro flask quickly out grew their building and decided a add an additional 9,000 sf off the south end of their existing facility in 2018. Steele worked closely with Taylor Northwest and Sunwest Builders to tie the two spaced together. The expansion features an expanded employee break area, large open office work area, meeting conversation rooms, conference room and more. Hydro Flask was acquired by Helen of Troy a developer and worldwide marketer of consumer brand-name housewares in 2016. Hydro Flask felt it was extremely important to continue their presence in Bend as the majority of their marketing material focused on the outdoor lifestyle.

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Keith Manufacturing

401 NW Adler Street • Madras, OR 97741

Property Owner/Developer: Keith Manufacturing

Contractor: R&H Construction

Sitework Start: May 2017

Completion: May 2018

Square Footage: 11,600 SF

Amenities: Two-stop elevator, open floor plan, accent wall paneling, conference rooms, upscale modern restroom, and large break room with garage door for enjoying summer views of the cascades.

Project Manager: Kyle Hartley, R&H Construction

Construction Superintendent: Mike Jones, R&H Construction

Supervisor: Gary North, R&H Construction

Engineer: Ashley & Vance Engineering, Inc.

Architect: David Waldron & Associates

Principal Architect: David Waldron

Civil Engineer: Ashley & Vance Engineering, Inc.

Mechanical Engineer: Colebreit Engineering

Landscaping: Green Thumb Industries

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

7 Peaks Paving LLC, Advanced Underground Utility Locating, Inc., Alpine Abatement Association, Inc, Baptista Tile Co, Bell Hardware of Bend, Black Butte Builders LLC, Central Oregon Garage Door, Cleaning Unlimited, ConSeal Inc., Daley Construction Co., Inc., Dave Gerhardt Tile, LLC, Deschutes Concrete Construction, Don Bryant Painting, Inc., Eagle Roofing Co, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Fabulous Floors Inc, GH Surveying, LLC, Gowdy Bros Electric Inc, Green Thumb Industries, Guarantee Glass & Mirror Inc, Havern Cabinetry Design, J Helm Enterprises Inc, Latham Excavation, LDC Inc, Mark Latham Excavation Inc, Metolius River Plumbing, North Country Building Specialties, Northwest Fire Suppression Inc, Portland Millwork, Inc, Quality Heating, Rasmussen Masonry, Severson Fire Protection Inc, Stedman Sheetmetal, Inc., Sunburst Fabrications Inc., ThyssenKrupp Elevator, Truss Components of Oregon Inc, We Cut Concrete Inc, Western Protective Coatings LLC, Wilson Curb Inc

Brief Description of Project:

R&H Construction teamed up with Keith Manufacturing to build their brand new 11,000 s.f. Office building to replace their eight mobile offices. Family owned since 1975 and located in Madras, this worldwide office headquarters houses Keith’s management, sales, purchasing, parts and engineering personnel. The new data hall handles the network information for all of their facilities across the globe. This two-story modern office includes two-stop elevator, open floor plan, accent wall paneling, conference rooms, upscale modern restroom, and large break room with garage door for enjoying summer views of the cascades.

 

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Robal Road Village

63450 N Highway 97 • Bend, OR 97701

Property Owner/Developer:

First Western Development Services, Inc

Contractor: R&H Construction

Sitework Start: November 2016

Completion: January 2018

Square Footage: 272,000 SF

Project Manager: Amanda Bolender, R&H

Supervisor: Gary North, R&H

Construction Superintendent: Lonnie Brant, R&H

Transportation Engineer: Kittelson & Associates, Inc.

Architect: Baysinger Partners Architecture, Inc

Principal Architect: Melinda VerMeer

Structural Engineer: Kramer Gehlen & Associates, Inc.

Civil Engineer: Hickman, Williams & Associates, Inc.

Landscaping: JBattleson | Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Advanced Precast Products LLC, Bell Hardware of Bend, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Electric Inc., Botanical Developments, Burkhardt Painting & Design LLC, Carlson Sign Co, CCI Bend LLC, Custom Tint LLC, Eagle Roofing Co, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Fabulous Floors Inc, Farwest Steel Reinforcing Company, First Western Development Services Inc., G & K Masonry, Inc., GH Surveying, LLC, Hickman, Williams & Assoc Inc, Jack Robinson & Sons Inc, Joe Floyd and Sons, Inc., LDC Inc, LETS Construction Cleaning, Inc., M E Westfall Painting Inc, Metolius River Plumbing, Mike’s Fence Center Inc, National Construction Rentals, Inc., North Country Building Specialties, Northwest Framing Systems Inc, Northwest Quality Construction Inc, Old World Cobblestone Inc, Outwest Builders LLC, Overhead Door/Central Oregon, Quality Heating, River Roofing Bend, LLC, Severson Fire Protection Inc, Severson Plumbing & Mech Inc, Sunburst Fabrications Inc., Szymanski Company LLC, Taylor Drilling & Contracting, Tomco Electric Inc, We Cut Concrete Inc

Brief Description of Project:

54,000 square foot boutique retail center on 6.5 acres located in north Bend consisting of site development, construction of five of the seven building shells and tenant build-outs for 14 storefronts. This project features snow-melt system installed in the plaza next to a unique water feature.

 

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photo | Courtesy of SELCO Community Credit Union

SELCO West Bend

137 SW Century Drive, Bend, OR 97702

Property Owner/Developer: SELCO Community Credit Union

Contractor: McKenzie Commercial Contractors

Sitework Start: May 9, 2017

Completion: December 29, 2017

Square Footage: 4,000 SF

Project Manager: Chad Blilie

Supervisor: Gordon Rea

Principal Architect: Matthew Lillard, Baysinger Partners

Structural Engineer: Kate Markiss, SCE Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Ryan Sisson, Ford & Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Doug Downie, Sazan Group

Landscaping: David Dougherty, Dougherty Landscape Architects

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Hickman, Williams & Associates, Wallace Group, South Fork Excavation, JKD Construction, *Knife River, Springtime Landscape & Irrigation Inc., *Farwest Steel, *Hooker Creek Companies, Kevin Spencer Masonry, *Northwest Precast, Sunburst Fabrications, Inc., Advance Cabinet Designs, *Parr Lumber Co., Energy Conservation Insulation, LDC, Inc., Central Oregon Roofing, *Mid-Valley Glass, Interior Tech, Bend Commercial Glass, *Sierra Pacific, The Harver Company, Rubenstein’s Contract Carpet, Deschutes Painting, Inc., *W. H. Cress Company, OneSource Office Interiors, Inc., J & R Fire LLC., Sunset Plumbing, Quality Heating, Scofield Electric, Todd Hurt Consulting, Securitas Electronic Security, Stedman Sheetmetal, Inc., Western Protective Coatings, Carlson Sign, Everclear Cleaning Services, Inc., Everclear Window Cleaning

Brief Description of Project:

An open-concept design without teller windows, video-conferencing technology to connect members to appropriate SELCO specialists in other locations , secure indoor ATMs that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, swipe any bankcard for after-hours access to the building’s lobby, lodge motif and indoor lounge complete with a working fireplace, extensive use of digital screens for information and ambiance, including a six-foot by nine-foot video wall showing clips of outdoor activities in Central Oregon.

 

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photo | Courtesy of Steele Associates Architects

Thump Coffee & Fearless Bakery

543 NW York Drive, Suite 200 • Bend, OR 97703

Property Owner/Developer: Taylor Development LLC / Taylor Northwest

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Completion: January 2018

Square Footage: 4,666 SF

Amenities: Coffee roaster and bakery

Project Manager: Rick Stilson, Sunwest Builders

Supervisor: Jim Skelly, Sunwest Builders

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architects: Scott Steele, Adam Stephen

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Devtech Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: Systems Design Consultants

Landscaping: Homeland Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Elite Electric, Cascade Heating

Brief Description of Project:

Thump Coffee is a locally owned Coffee Roaster. Thump has locations in both Bend, OR and Denver, CO. Steele worked closely with Thump and Taylor Norwest to design their newest location located at 549 NW York Dr #200, Bend, OR 97703 on the District 2 campus. The project was completed the early part of 2018 and features a coffee roastery, in house bakery, café, as well as a stunning patio that overlooks the Summit High playing fields. The patio has mountain views of Mt. Bachelor, the Sisters & Broken Top as well as a gas fire pit. Much of the furniture in the space was hand crafted by the owner himself Bobby Grover.

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