CONSTRUCTION REVIEW 2012

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Industry Finds Work on Data Centers, a New Casino, State-of the Art Brewery and New Medical Facilities

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Welcome once again to our annual profile of the Central Oregon commercial construction projects over the last year. We have selected a variety of commercial projects to review this year. Also included is the top list of top permits issued this year that will set the stage for next year’s construction. In total these projects alone will bring in nearly one billion dollars in construction costs into our economy.

In October contractors began pouring concrete for the foundation of an Apple Data Center in Prineville, which paves the way for the estimated $67 million project that boasts a 338,000 square foot structure.

The two Central Oregon Community College projects, the Science and the Health Careers Buildings, had a combined construction value of nearly $28.8 million and significantly added education opportunities to the region.

The Indian Head Casino in Warm Springs at a cost of $13.5 million replaces the former venue at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and features 500 slot machines, eight blackjack tables, casual dining and a gift shop. Warm Springs also opened its new Telecommunication Building following an extensive remodel.

Several medical offices were constructed or remodeled this year include Bend Neurological Associates, Central Oregon Pediatric Associates, Central Oregon Audiology, St. Charles Urgent Care sisters and the Birthing Center and Emergency Department at St. Charles.

And of course there’s our burgeoning beer industry: Deschutes Brew Pub in downtown Bend was expanded and remodeled, Crux Fermentation opened with great fanfare and Worthy Brewery promises to be a showcase for brewing.

The variety helps our community to grow in many different industries. Some of the projects are still under construction, while other are complete or near completion.

Many thanks to all of the owners, developers, contractors, architects, engineers and real estate brokers who took the time to provide us with much of this information.

COMMERCIAL PERMITS ISSUED 2012

Prepared by Central Oregon Builders Exchange

City of Bend

$5,800,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel/Addition (Touchmark) at 19800 Touchmark Bend OR   Owner: Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Vl 5150 SW Griffith Dr. Beaverton, OR 97005 

Builder: Andersen Construction 503-283-6712 Permit # 12-2512

 

$5,730,577.00    –    Comm. Imp. (Harmony House) at 900 NE 27th Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Schliep Trust 2768 NE Forum Dr. Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: Meili Construction Co. 541-485-1417 Permit # 11-1448

$4,100,000.00    –    Worthy Brewing at 495 NE Bellevue Dr. Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Worthington Family Trust 34691 Camino Capistrano, Capistrano, CA 92624 

Builder: Sunwest Builders 541-548-7341 Permit # 11-03089

$3,500,000.00    –    Medical Facility, at 20255 Powers Bend OR   Owner: Powers Crossing LLC One Hughes Center Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89169 

Builder: Sunwest Builders 541-548-7341 Permit # 12-1231

$2,800,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel at 2650 NE Courtney Bend OR   Owner: Courtney VA LLC 1841 NW 57th Way, Redmond, OR 97756 

Builder: Sunwest Builders 541-548-7341 Permit # 12-00284

$2,200,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel ODOT at 63055 N Hwy. 97 Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Oregon Dept. of Transportation 4040 SE Fairview Industrial Dr., Salem, OR 97302 

Builder: CS Construction 541-617-9190 Permit # 11-02895

$1,450,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel (Hospital) at 2500 NE Neff Bend 97701 OR   Owner: St. Charles Medical Center PO Box 5789, Bend, OR 97708 

Builder: Skanska USA Building 2555 SW 153rd Dr., Beaverton, OR 97006 503-970-1582 Permit # 12-00571

$900,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel Target at 63435 N Hwy 97 Bend OR   Owner: Dayton Hudson Corp PO Box 8456 Minneapolis, MN 55440 

Builder: Skanska USA Bldg. 503-970-1582 Permit # 11-1857

$875,000.00    –    Comm. Imp. at 2349 NE Conners Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Besch2 LLC 2200 NE Neff Rd. 302 Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: CS Construction 541-617-9190 Permit # 12-0848

$850,000.00    –    Industrial Bldg. at 63015 Layton Bend OR   Owner: Gorham Nicol 3891 Calaroga Dr. West Linn, OR 97068 Permit # 12-2830

$740,000.00    –    Comm. Remodel at 650 SW Columbia Bend OR   Owner: Deschutes Properties, LLC 164 NW Hawthorne Ave., Bend, OR 97701 541-593-6300 Permit # 11-02782

$700,500.00    –    Comm. Remodel at 1000 NW Wall St. Bend 97701 OR   Owner: 1002 NW Wall St., LLC 550 NW Franklin Ave # 478 Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: Fortis Const., Inc. 503-459-4477 Permit # 12-1917

$540,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. at 50 SW Division Bend OR   Owner: David Beezley 928 SE Briarwood Ct., Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: Sunwest Builders 541-548-7341 Permit # 11-03107

$525,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. at 1013 SE Paiute A Bend OR   Owner: Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc. 3441 E Harbor Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85034 

Builder: Gary Hughes Corp. 541-389-4894 Permit # 12-2944

City of Redmond

$1,950,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. 2,6563 sf at 394 NE Hemlock Ave. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Central Oregon Truck Company, Inc. 422 N. Beaver St. Prineville, OR 97754 

Builder: Sunwest One Inc. 541-548-7341 Permit # B71231

$1,580,319.00    –    Retail Bldg (Goodwill) at 2067 N Business 97 Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Goodwill Industries of Columbia Willamette Attn: Robert Barsocchini 943 SE 6th Ave. Portland, OR 97216 

Builder: LCG Pence, LLC 503-399-7223 Permit # B71534

$1,400,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. 8,000 sf at 1775 SW Umatilla Ave. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Geysir Properties, LLC 813 SW Highland Ave., Redmond, OR 97756  

Builder: Sunwest One Inc. 541-548-7341 Permit # B70952

$1,100,000.00    –    Fred Meyer Fuel Station at 855 SW 6th St. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Fred Meyer Stores Inc. Attn: VP Real Estate 33R, 3800 SE 22nd Ave., Portland, OR 97202 

Builder: Alex Hodge Construction 541-419-3239 Permit # B70927

$1,000,000.00    –    Industrial TI, 47,245 sf at 2895 SW 13th St. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Dennis & Kristen Marshall 8290 SW 61st St., Redmond, OR 97756 

Builder: Baxter Builders, LLC PO Box 5683, Bend, OR 97708 Permit # B71056

$700,000.00    –    Comm. Addition (COCC Redmond Bldg. 1) at 2158 SE College Lp. Redmond 97756 OR Owner: Central Oregon Comm. College 2600 NW College Way Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: Kirby Nagelhout Const. Co. 541-389-7119 Permit # B71467

$621,642.00    –    MFD, 5,718 sf at 2211 SW Canal Blvd. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: High Desert Lodge Assoc. c/o Shelter Resources Inc. 2223 NE 112th Ave.102, Bellevue, WA 98004 

Builder: WM R Lovelace Construction Inc. 541-383-2815 Permit # B71001

$621,642.00    –    MFD, 5,508 sf at 2207 SW Canal Blvd. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: High Desert Lodge Assoc. c/o Shelter Resources Inc. 2223 NE 112th Ave. 102, Bellevue, WA 98004 

Builder: WM R Lovelace Construction Inc. 541-479-2112 Permit # B71000

$575,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. (Pape’) 15,100 sf at 352 NE Hemlock Ave. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Pape’ Properties, Inc. 355 Good Pasture Island Dr. Eugene, OR 97401 

Builder: Sunwest One, Inc. 541-548-7341 Permit # B71327

$500,000.00    –    Tenant Imp. Hospital at 211 NW Larch Ave. Redmond 97756 OR   Owner: Cascade Healthcare Community, LLC PO Box 5789 Bend, OR 97708 

Builder: CS Construction 541-617-9190 Permit # B71476

City of Sisters

$951,700.00    –    Comm. Bldg. (Medical Facility) at 630 N Arrowleaf Trail Sisters 97739 OR   Owner: St. Charles Health System 2500 NE Neff Rd., Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: Taylor Northwest, LLC 541-382-7887 Permit # 12C026

Crook Co. & City of Prineville

$22,852,456.00    –    Data Center Apple at 1600 SW Baldwin Prineville 97754 OR   Owner: Apple, Inc. 1 Infinite Lp. MS: 36-2TX Cupertino, CA 95014 

Builder: Fortis Const., Inc. 503-459-4677 Permit # C00800

$6,671,245.00    –    Comm. Imp. Facebook at 500 SW Connect Prineville 97754 OR   Owner: Vitesse Inc. C/O Facebook Inc. Ca. 94304 

Builder: DPR Construction Inc. & Fortis Construction Inc. 503-459-4477 Permit # T12-0047

$2,900,000.00    –    Security Office Center Apple, 2,165 at 1600 SW Baldwin Prineville 97754 OR  

Builder: Fortis Construction, Inc. 503-459-4477 Permit # C12-00532SOC

$500,000.00    –    Substation at 1600 SW Baldwin Prineville 97754 OR   Owner: Apple Inc. 1 Infinite Lp MS: 362TX, Cupertino, CA 95014 

Builder: Cupertino Electric, Inc. 408-808-8000 Permit # C00727

Deschutes Co.

$5,603,539.00    –    Cascades Academy (K-12) at 19860 Tumalo Reservoir Rd. Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Cascades Academy c/o Mary Blair Jenkins 2150 NE Studio Rd. 2 Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: CS Const., LLC 541-617-9190 Permit # B71343

$3,219,000.00    –    School Gym (Cascade Academy) at 19860 Tumalo Reservoir Rd. Bend OR   Owner: Cascade Academy of Central Oregon 60550 Tekampe Rd. Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: CS Construction 541-617-9190 Permit # B71344

$3,219,000.00    –    K-12 Academy (Cascade Academy) at 19860 Tumalo Reservoir Rd. Bend OR   Owner: Cascade Academy of Central Oregon 60550 Tekampe Rd. Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: CS Construction 541-617-9190 Permit # B71343

$3,200,000.00    –    Comm. Bldg. (ODOT Maintenance Facility) at 16415 Hwy 126 Sisters 97759 OR   Owner: State of OR Dept. of Transportation 63055 N. Hwy 97, Bend, OR 97701 541-388-6180 Permit # B70819

$3,100,000.00    –    MFD at 51745 Little Deschutes Ln. La Pine 97739 OR   Owner: PC Affordable Housing Inc. 5 NW Minnesota Ave. 210 Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: Sunwest One Inc. 541-548-7341 Permit # B71264

$1,280,000.00    –    Mt. BachelorComm. Bldg. at 13001 Century Dr. Bend 97702 OR   Owner: Mt Bachelor Inc. 13001 Century Dr. Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: Kirby Nagelhout COnst. Co. 541-385-7119 Permit # B71271

$1,252,000.00    –    Church Addition at 52680 Day Rd. LaPine 97739 OR   Owner: Corp. of Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 50 E North Temple RE 518-0996, Salt Lake, UT 84150 

Builder: Team Construction LLC of Washington 360-699-1477 Permit # B70874

$995,767.00    –    Comm. Bldg. at 57185 Abbot Dr. Sunriver 97707 OR   Owner: Rediscover Sunriver Village, LLC 2260 SE McGilchrist Salem, OR 97302 

Builder: Colson & Colson General Contractor 503-586-7401 Permit # B70714

$834,461.00    –    School Gym (Cascades Academy) at 19860 Tumalo Reservoir Rd. Bend 97701 OR   Owner: Cascades Academy c/o Mary Blair Jenkins 2150 NE Studio Rd. 2 Bend, OR 97701 

Builder: CS Const., LLC 541-617-9190 Permit # B71344

$794,641.00    –    Retail Bldg. Shell at 57185 Abbot Dr. Sunriver 97707 OR   Owner: Rediscover Sunriver Village, LLC 2260 SE McGillchrist Salem OR 97302 

Builder: Colson & Colson General Contractor, Inc. 503-586-7401 Permit # B71595

$760,450.00    –    9 Unit Hanger at 63300 Powell Butte Hwy. Bend 97701 OR   Owner: City of Bend PO Box 431 Bend,OR 97709 

Builder: Raymond Hayes 541-420-4751 Permit # B71871

Warehouse Remodel (Deschutes Brewery) 1997 sf at 901 SW Simpson Bend OR   Owner: Deschutes Brewery, Inc. 901 SW Simpson, Bend, OR 97702 

Builder: Mueller Construction Services 541-383-3611 Permit # 11-01462

Jefferson Co. & City of Madras

$1,339,022.00    –    Commercial Bldg, at 726 SW Lower Bend Rd. Madras 97741 OR   Owner: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co. 20635 Brinson Blvd. Bend, OR 97701 541-389-7119 Permit # 451-CB12-0020

FEATURED PROJECTS COMPLETED 2012

(Listed by estimated cost of construction.)


Apple Data Center Expansion Cost $67.1 million, 338,000 square feet, Contractor: Fortis Construction

Sunriver Aquatic Center (SHARC) Cost: $18.9 million, 33,000 square feet, Contractor: LCG Pence, Construction, Architect: Group Mackenzie

Central Oregon Community College Science Building Cost: $17.5 million, 49,000 square feet, Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company, Architect: Yost Grube Hall Architecture

Indian Head Casino Cost: $13.5 million, 40,000 square feet, Contractor: Penta Construction, Architect: The Worth Group of Reno, Nevada

Central Oregon Community College Health Careers Building Cost: $11.1 million, 47,072 square feet, Contractor: HSW Builders, Architect: Yost Grube Hall Architecture

Veterans Affairs Clinic Cost: $5.9 million, 26,589 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: Steele Associates Architects

ODOT Region 4 Delivery Building Cost: $4.1 million, 21,100 square feet, Contractor: CS Construction, Architect: BBT Architects

Worthy Brewery Cost: $4.1 million, 26,000 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: Neal Huston & Associates Architects Inc.

Madras City Hall / Police Facility / Plaza Cost: $4 million, 16,000 square feet, Contractor: CS Construction, Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Bend Airport Taxiway Overhaul Cost: $3.6 million, Contractor: Jack Robinson and Sons

St. Charles Building Improvements / Admitting Remodel $3.2 million, 1,280 square feet, Contractor: Skanska, Architect: Steele Associates Architects / Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LLP

St. Charles Medical Center Redmond Family Birthing Center and expanded Emergency Department Cost: $3 million, 6,610 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: BBT Architects

Deschutes Brewery Fermenter & Entry Expansion Cost: $3 million, 6,750 square feet, Contractor: R&H Construction, Architect: BBT Architects

Tuck Elementary School Cost: $$2.7 million, 2,160 – new, 4,600 – renovated space square feet, Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company, Architect: BBT Architects

Deschutes Brew Pub Expansion & Remodel Cost $2.6 million, 8,400 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: DKA Architecture

COIC/City of Redmond Transportation Maintenance Facility Cost: $2.3 million, 13,000 square feet, Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company, Architect: BBT Architects

Tumalo Community School Cost: $2.28 million, 2,888 – new, 4,300 – renovated space square feet, Contractor: Integrity Structures, Inc., Architect: BBT Architects

Lynch Elementary School Cost: $2.28 million, 10,000 square feet, Contractor: Corp Inc., Architect: BBT Architects

Eye Surgery Institute Redmond Cost: $1.8 million, 8,400 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Mt. Bachelor Guest Services & Administration Buildings Cost: $1.7 million, 9,200 square feet, Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company, Architect: BBT Architects

Bend Neurological Associates Cost: $1.46 million, 6,267 square feet, Contractor: CS Construction, Architect: BLRB Architects

St. Charles Urgent Care Sisters Cost: $1 million, 6,000 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: BBT Architects

Warm Springs Telecommunication Building Renovation Cost: $676,000, 6,000 square feet, Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company, Architect: Steele Associates Architects LLC

OSU-Cascades Graduate & Research Center Cost: $630,000, 27,000 square feet, Contractor: Howard S. Wright (HSW Builders), Architect: Steele Associates Architects LLC

Crux Fermentation Project Cost: $600,000, 5,880 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: Roy Kroll

Central Oregon Pediatric Associates [COPA] Cost: $425,000, 3,100 square feet, Contractor: SunWest Builders, Architect: BLRB Architects

SportsVisionBend Cost: $14,000, 3,150 square feet, Contractor: Russell Anderson Design, Architect: Ambient Architecture, LLC

Central Oregon Audiology Cost $75,000, 3,100 square feet, Contractor: David Alexander Construction, Architect: Fahr Associates

Apple Data Center

1600 SW Baldwin • Prineville

Property Owner/Developer: Apple, Inc., Cupertino, California

Contractor:  Fortis Construction

Work Began: October 2012

Project Cost: $67.1 million

Square Footage: 338,000

Contractors began leveling ground and pouring concrete for the foundation of an Apple data center expected to house servers for Apple’s iCloud data.

     Several Crook County permits have been issued for construction, electrical and mechanical, plumbing and sprinkler installation. The Data Center permit was for $22.8 million, the Security Office Center $2.9 million and the Substation for $500,000. The planned project is estimated to cost about $67 million.

     According to Associated Press news reports the company paid $5.6 million in February 2012 for 160 acres of industrial land where it is constructing the data center.

Taxiway Relocation/Reconstruction

Bend Airport

Property Owner/Developer: City of Bend, Bend Municipal Airport

Engineering Consultants: WH Pacific

Construction: Jack Robinson and Sons

Project Cost: Approximately $3.6 million

Amenities: Wider, larger run-up areas, improved surfaces.

Financing: FAA 95 percent and ConnectOregon 5 percent

Supervisor: Paul Rheault, Teresa Ristoff-

Public Works Engineer: WH Pacific

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

     High Desert Aggregate & Paving, Inc., Tomco Electric, We Cut Concrete, Inc., Wilson Curb.

     Widen, rebuild and relocate Taxiway “A” to provide the required clearances from the runway and replace a heavily cracked and deteriorating surface. Taxiway “A” used by a wide range of corporate, business and private aircraft. The Taxiway serves the most heavily developed side of the airfield.

     Taxiway A was 46 years old and at the end of its useful life. The FAA and ConnectOregon funded the project and construction began in the spring of 2012. The Taxiway was widened from 30 to 35 feet and the centerline moved nine feet to the west to provide the clearances required by FAA standards. Turnarounds were designed to allow for the passage of C-II aircraft.

     Widening and shifting of the taxiway will eliminated tiedowns bordering the existing taxiway and new tiedowns were constructed in alternate locations.

     Based aircraft (205) and annual operations (98,000) have exceeded the levels shown in the 2007-2030 Bend MPO Plan. Based on the current update of the Airport Master Plan now in progress new growth projections have been developed.

     FAA has approved the revised growth projections and supports the Master Plan conclusions that the Bend Airport will continue to see steady growth throughout the 2010-2030 planning period.

Bend Neurological Associates Building

2200 NE Neff Rd. • Bend • www.bendneuro.com

Property Owner/Developer: BESCH2, LLC: David Schloesser

Contractor: CS Construction

Project Cost: $1.46 million

Square Footage: 6,267

Project Manager: Matt Cohen

Superintendent: Joe McNamee

Engineer: Hickman Williams & Associates

Architect: BLRB Architecture:

Principal Architect: Mike Gorman

Design Team: Jim Landin, Mike Gorman and Lee Georgeton

Structural Engineer: Eclipse Engineering, Inc.

Civil Engineer: Hickman, Williams & Associates Inc.

Mechanical Engineer: R&W Enginering

Electrical: Tomco Electric, Inc.

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

     Aurora Painting, Inc., Bend Commercial Glass, Grizzly Mountain Excavation, LLC, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., McMurray & Sons, Inc., Mountain View Heating, Inc., J.T. Plumbing, Tomco Electric, Inc., JKD Construction, Inc., Baxter Builders, LLC, Fabulous Floors, Inc., John Varner Construction, Inc., Kelly Vineyard Drywall, Fireside, Inc., Streamline Masonry, LLC, Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs Inc., ProShop Millwork & Design, 7 Peaks Paving, LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Inc., MRI Corporation

     The one-story, 6,000 square-foot building, located nearby St. Charles Medical Center-Bend will include four offices, ten exam rooms, an MRI room and flex-space for future options.

A brick and wood exterior creates a contemporary style, with abundant day-lighting and other interior sustainable features.

Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA)

2200 NE Professional Ct. • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: COPA

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $425,000

Square Footage: 3,100

Financing: South Valley Bank

Project Manager: Jeff Winstead

Supervisor: Jim Skelly

Architect: BLRB Architecture, Bend

Principal Architect: Mike Gorman

Landscaping: Owner and Evergreen Plantscapes

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

     Western Protective Coatings, All Position, Pro Shop, McMurray & Sons, Insulation by Davis, Whitestar, Commercial Door & Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, CCI Bend Inc., Baxter Builders, John A, Varner Construction, Cascade Painting, Severson Plumbing, Bend Heating & Sheet Metal, Solar Light & Energy, Electric Earth

     Central Oregon Pediatric Associates [COPA] has reopened their entire facility in east Bend after a major expansion and remodel which began in July. The construction has streamlined patient care, increased the efficiency of the medical team, incorporated energy saving features, integrated a new electronic health record system, improved the workflow and increased the overall coordination of care among providers.

     Floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in, drawing natural light and showcasing a seasonal view of trees, flowers and green space. An urban rustic décor represents nature in the new furnishings, colors and wall treatments. Specialized décor reflects a commitment to caring for children in our community, including a gallery space currently showcasing art from students at Ponderosa Elementary.

     Recessed, indirect lighting is easy on the eyes and uses a fraction of the energy compared with the previous building fixtures. A glass vestibule acts as a temperature buffer to the outdoors with floor to ceiling, low-E glass. The construction utilized low VOC paints, glues and adhesives for less toxicity and chose green labeled carpeting manufactured with recycled materials.

     There is a consistent theme of sweeping, curved counters and wide open spaces allowing for changes in workflow or technology as required. Additional skylights offer a natural glow to the soft and warm colored walls and furnishings. Attention was paid to easier accessibility for disabled children or their parents.

Central Oregon Audiology

301 Franklin • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: JHEM Franklin LLC Jeanette Van Kessel and daughters, Mia Karren, Hannah Karren, Elle Karren

Contractor: J. David Alexander Construction

Project Cost: $75,000 construction permit

Square Footage: 3,616

Amenities: three sound suites with patient rooms, two additional patient rooms, staff room, conference/class room, four offices, lab, waiting room and reception, front office, three restrooms.

Project Manager: Ray Princehorn

Supervisor: Ray Princehorn

Architect: FAHR Associates Design Company

Landscape: Vernon Stubbs

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Storm Water Services, Quality Builders Electric, Tri County Climate Control, Wolcott Plumbing, Premier Construction, UB Insulation, Parr Lumber, Suburban Door, Superb Flooring, Valley Line Cabinets.

     Central Oregon Audiology has a new home in a 1929 old stone building fondly remembered as the Mexicali Rose restaurant. After the building sat empty for six years and the removal of seven layers of old, smelly flooring and many trips to the dump, architect/designer and building contractor were able to construct a new home for audiologist and proprietor Jeanette Van Kessel, M.A., F-AAA and providers Marya Berry, B.Sc., CAOHC, Julia Hunt, M.A., F-AAA and Dr. Cory Richards, M.A., F-AAA.

     Key motivators for Van Kessel in buying the building were the expanded space, the opportunity to provide more audio programs and the location as well as the love of the old building. With prior experience of building out other office spaces (their Redmond office is also in a 1929 building), she envisioned the offered audio programs in her mind and how she wanted the new space to flow, providing opportunity to implement diagnostic services and provide expanded audio logical care to patients.

COCC Health Careers Building

2600 NW College Way • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: Central Oregon Community College

Contractor: HSW Builders

Project Cost: $10,922,287

Square Footage: 47,072

Senior Project Manager: Rob Kelleher

Supervisor: Rob Ring

Engineer: Josh Richards

Architect: Steve Neiger

Principal Architect: Yost Grube Hall Architecture

Structural Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers

Civil Engineer: WH Pacific

Architect CA: Pinnacle Architecture

Mechanical Engineer: M + NLB

Landscaping: WH Pacific

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Aspen Ridge Electric, Advanced Air and Metal, Baldwin Custom Welding, Lets Construction Cleaning, ProBarrier Construction, Oregon Cascade, Plumbing and Heating, Latham Excavation, Ogden Construction, Mowry Rebar, ThyssenKrupp Elevator, Metal-Some Fabrication, Larusso Concrete, Gowdy Bros Electric, Cook Security Group, Johnson Controls, Smith Sheet Metal, Arrow Roofing, Davidsons Masonry, North Country Building Specialties, Miller Lumber, Knife River, Ashland Glass and Millwork, Saxton Bradley, MJS Contracting, Cambells Custom Tile, Thomas Kay Flooring, Tom Oller Painting, American Sprinkler, Northwest Fire Suppression, Jon Varner Construction, Cedar Creek Landscape, Bend Commercial Glass, Commercial Door and Hardware, Bell Hardware, American Direct, Mckenzie Waterproofing, Rulon Company, Kelly’s Masonry Povey & Associates, Dewitt Construction. Mid-Valley Waterproofing, JB Insulation, Cambridge International, Precision Countertops, Advanced Entry, Roger Langliers Construction, Advanced Fireproofing.

     The prognosis for local students seeking a future in the healing arts got even brighter after the unveiling of the newly-completed state-of-the-art Health Careers Building.

     The three-story facility provides a cutting-edge learning environment, including labs and classrooms for the burgeoning nursing and allied health programs, which cover medical assistant, dental assisting, pharmacy technician and licensed massage therapy, as well as a new veterinary tech certification.

     Consolidation of the subjects under one roof will relieve crowding in other buildings spread throughout the campus, particularly the Ochoco Building, and a portion of the bond dollars has been earmarked to reconfigure vacated space for much-needed use by other faculty.

     The new facility will allow the programs to continue to expand as needs increase within the community and provide better learning spaces to equip students with the professional skills required in the modern workplace.

COCC Science Building

2800 NW College Way • Bend

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Square Foot: 49,000

Financing: $19 million bond measure

Construction Manager: Mike Taylor

Project Manager: Dave Watson, KNCC

COCC Project Manager: Rick Hayes

Supervisor: Mark Miller

Engineer: Yost Grube Hall Architecture, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Sparling, m+nlb Consultants & Engineers, Listen Acoustics, WHPacific, Estime Group

Architect: Yost Grube Hall Architecture

Architect CA: Pinnacle Architecture

Principal Architect: Mark Stoller

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Cleaning Unlimited, LETS Construction Cleaning Services Inc., CGH Northwest, Jade Excavation, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving LLC, Latham Excavation,  Van Nevel Concrete &  Curb, Inc., Western Protective Coating LLC, Forms & Surfaces, Cedar Creek Landscaping, Inc., K.A. Veltman Concrete LLC, Wilson Curb, Inc., Michael’s Precast Concrete, E.O.I. Co., K&M Rebar, Inc., Seattle Sound & Vibration, Inc., Ceniga Construction, Inc., Columbia Bridge & Iron, Inc., Gibson Steel Fabrication, Inc., Powers Steel Group, LLC, Peter Construction, Inc., D. Ditmore Consulting, F. Rodgers Corporation, Advanced Fireproofing & Insulation Co., Skyline Sheet Metal, Inc., Central Oregon Roofing, Stringham, Inc. dba, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., Alpine Glass Company, Bell Hardware of Bend, Bell Hardware of Wilsonville, Ryan Thomas Construction LLC, Interior Systems, Inc., Conceal, Inc., Mid-Valley Waterproofing LLC, Deschutes Painting, Inc., Creative Commercial Environments, Inc., Construction Specialties, LLC, North Country Building Specialties LLC, GSI Signs, SBI Contracting, Inc., Flexible Lifeline Systems, Johnson Bros. TV & Appliance, Johnson Controls, Inc., ISEC, Inc., Iris Window Coverings NW, Inc., Brent Woodward, Inc., ThyssenKrupp Elevator, American Sprinklers, Inc., High Mountain Plumbing Company, Superior Plumbing Co. of Washington, Cascade Heating & Specialties, InsulFire, Inc., Slayden Construction Group, Inc., Bend Heating & Sheet Metal Inc., Bend Radiant Heating, Inc., Aspen Ridge Electric, Inc., Gowdy Bros. Electric, Inc.

     A huge communal chalkboard ready for impromptu problem solving is one of the first features that grabs the attention in the main foyer of the new $17.5 million Science building, setting an interactive tone continued throughout the scholastic flagship.

     The design team pulled the interactive and student study areas primarily to the west to maximize mountain view amenities from the building site nestled high on the campus hillside perch.

     The scientific center of excellence provides multiple flexible instructional spaces that support both traditional and innovative ways of teaching and learning.

     Along with the state-of-the-art enclosed lab and classroom spaces, the building contains a wide variety of informal student study areas designed to encourage collaboration and interaction.

COIC/Redmond Transportation Maintenance Facility

343 E Antler • Redmond

Property Owner/Developer: Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council/City of Redmond

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Project Cost: $2.3 million

Sitework Start: June 2011

Completion: June 2012

Square Footage: 13,000

Project Manager: Tim Miller

Supervisor: Tim Miller

Architect: BBT Architects

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams & Assoc.

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Landscaping: Dappled Earth

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Devco Engineering, Demolition Contractors, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving LLC, Western Protective Coating LLC, Mike’s Fence Center, Inc., Marvin Mix Company, K.A. Veltman Concrete LLC, Streamline Masonry, LLC, Int’l Arch’l Millwork, LLC, Davis Insulation, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., Budget Door, WE Inc. (Bend Commercial Glass), Mt. View Door Specialty, Inc., Pine Mountain Acoustical, Inc., Engineered Product a Pape Co., North Country Bldg Spec. LLC, Drapery Boutique & Floor, Frontier Steel Building Corp., US Crane & Hoist, Inc. American Sprinklers, Inc., Macly Plumbing, LLC, Central Oregon Heating & Cooling, Tomco Electric.

     Project consisted of a single story pre-engineered metal building of 12,882 square feet to house the City of Redmond Public Works Department vehicle maintenance department as well as office space for the Redmond operations of Cascade East Transit. The office space for CET is 3,200 square feet of finished out improvement. The project also included full improvements of Antler Avenue of widening the road and adding curbs and sidewalks along the property line. A Bus Wash for the CET buses was included in the project.

Crux Fermentation Project Brewery & Tasting Room

50 SW Division St. • Bend • 541-385-3333 • http://cruxfermentation.com

Property Owner: Dave and Pam Beezley

Crux Fermentation Founders: Larry Sidor, Dave Wilson and Paul Evers

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $600,000

Square Footage: 5,880

Amenities: Brewery, Tasting Room, Outdoor Seating

Project Manager: Kevin Link

Supervisor: Mark Leavitt

Design Architect: John Linnert

Architect of Record: Roy Kroll

Structural Engineer: Doug Schwarz, Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: Glenn Cook Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Silver Sage Engineering

Landscaping: Ascending Landscape

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Collins & Sons, Cut Rite, Tri County Paving, Western Protective Coatings, We Cut Concrete, Ascending Landscape, Mike’s Fence Center, All Position Welding, Metal Art Welding, Miller Lumber, Frame to Finish, Harvest Moon Woodworks, Bear Creek Doors, Do Insulation, River Roofing, Commercial Door & Hardware, Overhead Door Company, Bend commercial Glass, Select Construction, CCI Bend LLC, Cascade Painting & Design, North Country Building Specialties, Cascade Floors Inc., Chillmen Refrigeration, Bend Fire Protection, Lee Ramsey Plumbing, end Heating & Sheet Metal, Elite Electric, East Cascades Security, Cleaning by Knight.

     Complete transformation of an existing auto transmission shop into a 5,880 square foot production brewery and tasting room. Grand opening was held in June. The remodel included site improvements, ADA upgrades and improvements to utilities, sidewalks and the parking lot. Interior upgrades included a complete kitchen and cold storage areas. The space is finished with reclaimed lumber and stainless steel and copper metal construction.

Deschutes Brewery

1020 Bond Street • www.deschutesbrewery.com • 541-382-9242

Name/Address of Project: 1030 Bond Shell

Property Owner/Developer: Doug Knight & Company

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $2.6 million

Square Footage: 14,000

Financing: Wells Fargo

Project Manager: Mark Maxwell/SunWest

Supervisor: Tim Curry/SunWest

Engineer: Walker Engineering

Architect: DKA Architecture & Design P.C.

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Collins & Sons Excavating Inc., Bend Concrete Service Inc., We Cut Concrete, Ponderosa Forge, Grating Pacific LLC, Bend Cabinet & Fixtures Inc., Barnwood Inco., Balco Inc., Bell Hardware, Mt. View Door Specialty, Bend River Sash & Doors, Crawford Door Co., Alpine Glass, CCI Bend, Cement Elegance, Cascade Painting, Leewens Corp., Legum Inc., GTS Interior Supply, North Country Bldg. Specialties, Fireside Inc., Nationwide Lifts, J & R Fire, Severson Plumbing, Bend Heating & Sheet Metal, Elite Electric.

     The brew pub has been a staple downtown since its inception in 1988, when it was the original brewery location, becoming a favorite gathering place for local beer fans and a steady stream of visitors sampling Deschutes’ world-famous ales and gastronomic delights.

     What has emerged in the shape of the new space is already being hailed as a pristine addition to the city’s architectural landscape, featuring a brick façade with a beautiful arcade of three towering two-story segmented arches, giving instant historic appeal.

     The addition encompasses two stories, including outdoor balcony seating with mountain views and a wood-paneled banquet room on the second floor, which is accessed by a wide timber and iron rail staircase.

Deschutes Brewery Fermenter & Entry Expansion

901 SW Simpson Ave. • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: Deschutes Brewery

Contractor: R&H Construction

Project Cost: $3 million

Square Footage: 6,750

Project Manager: Duane Francis

Superintendent: Lonnie Brant

Engineer: Craig Mavis, Deschutes Brewery

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Todd Turner, BBT Architects

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Bussard Engineering

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Latham Excavation, Greg Hopper Surveying, We Cut Concrete, NW Quality Concrete, Roger Langliers Concrete, 7 Peaks Paving, Pavement Protectors, Tony Ceniga Masonry, Trueline Steel, Eagle Roofing, Davis insulation, Baptista Tile, Pro shop millwork, Fabulous Floors, North Country Building Specialties, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, Balzer Painting CO., Stedman Sheetmetal, Overhead Door Company of Bend, Cement Elegance, Geraghty Mechanical, J&R Fire, Quality Heating, Gowdy Brothers Electric.

     Addition to Deschutes Brewery manufacturing facility which houses new brewing tanks and equipment. Includes 1,200 square foot remodel to shop, lobby and tasting room.

Eye Surgery Institute

1775 SW Umatilla Ave. • Redmond

Property Owner/Developer: Geysir Properties LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $1.8 million

Sitework: Start: 2012

Completion: 2012

Square Footage: 8,400

Amenities: Lobby doubles as continuing education meeting room.

Financing: Columbia Bank

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly

Supervisor: Tim Curry

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architect: Scott Steele, Jeff Wellman, Emily Freed, Steve Olson

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams & Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Alex Hodge Construction, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving, LLC, Aspen Landscape, Western Protective Coatings, Roger Langeliers Construction Co., Bend Concrete Service Co., Solid Rock Masonry & Const., Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, Frame to Finish, LLC, Dimar Siding Company, Clowers Carpentry, Inc., Brian’s Cabinets, Quality Truss Co, JB Insulation, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., River Roofing Bend, LLC, CHOWN, Bend Commercial Glass, Custom Tint, Solar Light & Energy, J.L.’s Drywall Inc., Premiere Construction Services, Cascade Painting & Design, Inc., Porsche Paper Hanging, John A. Varner Construction, Thomas Kay Textiles, Inc., Johnson Brothers Appliances, Dave Gerhardt Tile, LLC, North Country Building Specialties, LLC, Architectural Specialties, Inc., Northwest Handling Systems, Superior Interiors, Inc., Fireside, Inc., Lee Ramsey Plumbing, Inc., J & R Fire, LLC, Quality Heating, AAKEN Corporation.

     Full service ambulatory eye surgery center and optometry clinic. Sustainable modern design to maximize health and wellness.

Indian Head Casino

Warm Springs • www.indianheadgaming.com

Property Owner/Developer: Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, Wasco and Paiute Tribes

Contractor: The Penta Building Group

Project Cost: $13.5 million

Completion: February 4, 2012

Square Footage and Amenities: Site size (acres): 4.1 acres. Entire building square footage: 40,150. Casino (gaming area) square footage: 16,338. Number of slots: 492. Number of table games: eight. Restaurant / buffet square footage: 2,170. Restaurant / buffet # of seats: 114. Deli square footage: 687.89. Deli number of seats: 20. Square footage of BOH: 16,051. Square footage of gift shop: 423.53.

Financing: Tribe Financing

Architects: WorthGroup Architects

Architectural Team: James Mickey, AIA – Principal-in-Charge / Project Architect and Manager, Bryan Hamlin – Vice President of Design, Fred Graham, AIA, Amber Bryan – Interior Design

     The 24-hour gambling emporium located right alongside Highway 26, across from the Warm Springs Museum, replaces the former venue at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and features 500 slot machines, eight blackjack tables, casual dining and a gift shop.

     Tribal officials hope the easier access to the expanded location compared to the former resort-based site some 20 miles away could triple or quadruple gross revenues to as much as $12 million annually.

Lynch Elementary School

1314 Kalama • Redmond • 541-923-4876

Property Owner/Developer: Redmond School District

Contractor:  Corp Inc.

Project Cost: $2,287,000

Sitework Start: July 2011

Completion: April 2012

Square Footage: 6,100sf – new, 4,000sf – renovated space

Project Manager: Liz Hedrick

Architect: BBT

Principal Architect:  Todd Turner, BBT Architects

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Kliewer Eng & Assoc.

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

     An addition of approximately 6,100 square feet with four new classrooms and an activity room. Mechanical upgrades for the entire school.

Madras City Hall Police Station/Public Plaza

Property Owner/Developer: City of Madras

Contractor: CS Construction

Project Cost: $4 million

Square Footage: 16,000

Amenities: Hi-tech Council Chamber, public plaza, very energy efficient and sustainable.

Financing: USDA, Key Bank

Project Manager: Matt Cohen

Supervisor: Kenny Rice

Engineer: Tracy Davis

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architect: Team: Scott Steele, Jeff Wellman, Emily Freed, Steve Olson

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams & Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering

Landscaping: WH

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AM-l Roofing, Inc. Aurora Painting, Inc., Clasic Coverings & Design, Inc., Gowdy Brothers Electric, Inc., Kevin Spencer Masonry, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., North country Building Specialties, LLC, Western Protective Coatings, LLC, Wilson Curb, Inc., Baxter Buildings, LLC, Moye’s Drywall, Fabulous Floors, Inc., ConSeal, Inc., Cement Elegance, Alpine Glass, Devco Engineering, Inc., American Sprinklers, Inc., Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, ProShop Millwork & Design, Central Oregon Heating and Cooling, Davidson’s Masonry, Inc., Alex Hodge Construction, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving, LLC, Ogden Construction, Interstate Fence company, Aspen Landscape Development, Round Butte Seed Growers, Inc., All Seasons Insulation, H2 Wall Systems.

     New City Hall, Police Station and Public Plaza designed to reflect the history and future of Madras, and to serve as a gathering place for the community for generations to come.

Mt. Bachelor Guest Services Remodel & New Administration Building

1300 SW Century Dr. • Bend • www.mtbachelor.com

Property Owner/Developer: Mt. Bachelor/Powdr Corp.

Contractor:  Kirby Nagelhout

Project Cost: $1.7 million

Sitework Start: April 2012

Completion: November 2012

Square Footage: 9,200

Project Manager: Brian Powell

Supervisor: Alec Hansen

Engineer: MFIA

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Todd Turner

Structural Engineer: Froelich

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Tri County Paving, LLC, K. A. Veltman Concrete LLC, Ceniga Construction, Inc, Truss Components of OR, Inc., Morales & Van Blokland Inc., JB Insulation, River Roofing Bend, LLC, McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., WE Inc. (Bend commercial Glass), Bell Hardware of Bend, Dannick Corporation, CCI Bend, LLC, Accent on Tile, Deschutes Painting, Inc., Bend Fire Protection, Inc., Bend Heating & sheet Metal Inc.

     The new 9,200 square foot building will temporarily house employee lockers, but will eventually be used for administrative purposes and include entry and waiting area, private offices, training room, conference room and IT department space and infrastructure. Final tenant improvements are scheduled for next summer. The renovation of the Ski & Sport building, now Mountain Gateway, includes the relocation of the retail point of sales area and updates to entry stairway and guest routes from the sport shop sales area to the upper floor. The new Sales & Service Center area provides 22 sales stations and consolidates season pass, snow sports school, ski rental and lift ticket sales into one location on the west side of the building.

ODOT Region 4 Delivery Building

63055 N. Highway 97 • Bend • 541-388-6467

Property Owner/Developer: Oregon Dept. of Transportation

Contractor:   CS Construction

Project Cost: $4.1 Million

Square Footage:  21,100

CS Project Manager: Mike Rodgers

Supervisor: Alan Molene

Project Manager: Matt Cohen

Superintendent: Alan Mollere

Architect: Al Levage / BBT Architects

Principal Architect:  Todd Turner

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Civil Engineer: WHPacific

Electrical/Mechanical Engineer: MFIA Inc. Consulting Engineers

Landscaping: WHPacific

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AM-l Roofing, Inc., Aurora Painting, Inc., Daley Construction Co., Inc., Gowdy Brothers Electric, Inc., McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., Mike’s Fence Center, Inc. North Country Building Specialties LLC, Overhead Door Co. of Central Oregon, Inc. Severson Fire Protection, Inc. Ultra Quiet Floors, Western Protective Coatings, LLC, J.T. Plumbing, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp., JKD Construction, Inc.. Moye’s Drywall, Superior Interiors, Inc., Latham Excavation, Old World Cobblestone, Inc., ConSeal, Inc., Alpine Glass, Aspen Ridge Electric, Inc., Cleaning Unlimited, Actin Pride Cabinetry, Inc., Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, Inc., E2 Powered, LLC, KA Veltman Concrete LLC, Central Oregon Heating and Cooling, Interior Tech, Davidson’s Masonry, Inc., 7 Peaks Paving LLC, Energy Conservation Insulation Co., Inc. MAX Manufacturing, Inc. , Barnes Quality Pest Control, Dave Gerhadt Tile, Povery & Associates, Ashland Medford Plumbing, Inc., Green Thumb Industries, Inc. Thomas Kay Textiles, Lyon Workspace Products, Dannick Corp., Lou S Building Specialties.

     BBT was retained in October of 2010 to design a new ODOT Region 4 Project Delivery building located in Bend. The 20,000 square foot, two-story office building is being designed with sustainable features equivalent to LEED Silver certification.

OSU – Cascades Graduate & Research Center

650 SW Columbia St. • Mill Point Building • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: Oregon State University

Contractor: Howard S. Wright

Project Cost: $630,000 (construction)

Square Footage: 27,000

Amenities: Modern classrooms with great daylight and views.

Financing: Donations and Bond Monies

Project Manager: Bret Matteis

Supervisor: Rob Ring

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architect Team: Scott Steele, Steve Hockman, Summer Oman

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Action Pride Cabinets, Inc. Aurora Painting, Inc. Baldwin Custom Welding & Designs, LLC, Bend Commercial Glass, Building Material Specialties, Inc., Ceniga Construction, Inc., Chown Inc., Custom Tint, LLC, Davis Insulation, Intuitive Fire, LLC, JKD Construction, Inc. Lets Construction Cleaning Services, Inc., National Network Services of Oregon, Inc., Pine Mountain Acoustical, Inc., Quality Heating, Severson Plumbing Mechanical, Inc., Thomas Kay Textiles, Inc., Tomco Electric, Inc.

     Remodel of an existing building into class rooms, faculty and administrative space for Oregon State University – Cascades Graduate and Research Center.

     Leaders say developing OSU-Cascades into a four-year branch campus is essential to meet the state educational achievement goal that says by the year 2025, 40 percent of Oregonians will have a bachelors degree, 40 percent will have an associates degree or post-secondary credential and 20 percent will have a high school degree.

     OSU-Cascades’ growth is expected to enhance the region’s economic development and resiliency by providing the area with an educated work force and by partnering with local businesses. Central Oregon is the state’s only major population area without a four-year university.

SportsVisionBend

1002 NW Bond St. • Bend • 541- 388-1972 • www.sportsvisionbend.com

Property Owner/Developer: Todd and Roberta Johnson

Contractor: Russell Anderson Design

Project Cost: $140,000

Square Footage: 3,150

Financing: OnPoint Credit Union

Project Managers: Russell Anderson

Design: Steve Price, Richard Fortin, Doug Nelson, Phil Briley

Principal Architect: Stacey Stemach of Ambient Architecture, LLC

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Jay Turley , Ryan Barber Excavation, Inc (Ryan Barber), Big Schatz Construction (Wayne Schatz), Diamond Edge We Cut Concrete, Inc. (David), Alpine Glass Company (Jay), OR , Construction (Orie Redding), Moore Climate Control (Lyndon Moore), Sunset Plumbing of Bend, Inc (Jeff Cook, Julie Childress), Sall Electric (Brad Sall), Snowline Drywall Service, LLC (Tony Santos), Triangle T Welding (Robert Cummins), Commercial Powder Coating (Mary), Denfeld Paints (Jeff) and Oregon Doorways, Inc. (Tony), Shawn Bussard Flooring.

  

     This project transformed the quaint 60’s-vintage building which formerly housed the Antiquarian Bookstore at 1002 NW Bond – at the intersection with Oregon and Irving Streets – into a prominent showcase for the specialist sunglasses and prescription eyewear retailer.

     “The pain-staking sustainability process and attention to detail that Ambient Architecture and Russell Anderson Design demonstrated in this project was an effort to maintain the original character of the building while preserving the heritage of Bond Street, one of two main arteries in downtown Bend” noted Todd Johnson.

     Both the interior and exterior remodels are fine examples of preserving the past while bringing an outdated structure into the 21st century. “We breathed new life into a tired, old building that now shines on one of the busiest intersections in downtown Bend,” said Johnson.

     “Now you can stand on one side of the storefront and see right through the opposite side. We knew what we wanted from the get-go to realize the potential in opening up the space to optimize retail attraction, and the designers added their finesse to the vision.”

St. Charles Building Improvements Admitting Remodel

2500 NE Neff Rd. • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: St. Charles Medical Center

Contractor: Skanska

Project Cost: $3.2 million, $1.8 million (Admitting), $1.4 Million (Building Improvements)

Square Footage: 9,200 (Admitting), 3,600 (Building Improvements)

Project Manager: John Williamson

Supervisor: Greg Gentry, Alex Sabin

Architect: Steele Associates Architects/ Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects, LLP

Building Improvements: Clark Kjos Architects, LLC

Principal Architect: Team: Scott Steele, Steve Hockman, Sara Laudenslayer

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers / Lewis & Van Vleet, Inc.

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering / MFIA, Inc. Consulting Engineers

Electrical Engineer: Sparling / MFIA, Inc. Consulting Engineers

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Admitting: Bend Commercial Glass, Bell Hardware, Tomco Electric, Western Partitions, Diamond Edge/We Cut Concrete, Oregon Cascade Plumbing and Heating, Cascade Heating, Western States Fire Protection, Gowdy Bros., Proshop Millwork, Fabulous Floors, Bend Painting, Eagle Roofing, 12500 Commercial Window Coverings, Trueline Steel, Interior Tech.

     Building Improvements: Taylor NW, Trueline Steel, Advanced Technology Group, Action Pride Cabinets, Stedman Sheetmetal, Eagle Roofing, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, CCI Bend, Don Frank Floors, WB Painting, 12500 Commercial Window Coverings, Western States Fire Protection, Alliant Systems, Gowdy Bros, Tomco Electric, Advanced Entry, Interior Technology

     This admitting project includes the remodel of existing spaces to allow for a new Centralized Admitting Area, six new Consultation Rooms, Medical Staff Services Relocation, Medical Records Remodel and a new Medical Staff Lounge.

     This building improvement project includes the remodel of existing spaces to buildout a new Dialysis Clinic, a new exit stair, a new C-Section Operating Room with capabilities for multiple births and the remodel of an ICU room. All work was phased to allow continued operation of the active medical facility.

St. Charles Redmond Family Birthing Center and Emergency Department

1253 N Canal Blvd. • Redmond

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

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $3 million

Square Footage: 6,610

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly of SunWest

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Don Stevens

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Consolidated Supply, Pro Shop Millwork, Insulation by Davis, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, Moyes Drywall, Thomas Kay Textiles, Cascade Painting, North Country Bldg Specialties, Interior Technology, Budget Blinds, Bend Fire Protection, Twin Rivers Plumbing, Willamette Sheet Metal, Johnson Controls Inc., Tomco Electric, Gowdy Bros Election, Grizzly Mountain, High Desert Aggregate Creek, Cedar Creek Landscaping, Western Protective Coatings, KA Veltman Concrete LLC, Butch’s Masonry, Baldwin Custom Welding, Action Pride Cabinets, McMurray & Sons Roofing, Whitestar Enterprises, LLC, Cascade Painting, Carlson Signs.

     The Family Birthing Center suites are now revamped with Jacuzzi tubs, sleeper beds for family, infant bathing sinks and charging stations for laptops and iPhones.

     Other improvements include state of the art lighting, ADA-accessible bathrooms, increased storage and electrical outlets and new window treatments that give patients privacy while still allowing natural light to filter in.

     Meanwhile, the Emergency Department has a new entrance that allows easier access, including helping separate cars from ambulances, as well as new private rooms complete with sliding glass doors rather than curtains to improve patients’ experience. The outpatient laboratory was also moved from being in a separate building to contiguous with the registration area, providing added convenience.

     Other upgrades include televisions in all rooms, updated call lights to improve safety, more secured areas, updated furniture, new artwork donated by St. Charles Foundation, energy efficient fixtures, ADA upgrades, a larger, more convenient waiting room, new wheelchairs donated by Redmond Volunteers and updated Outpatient and Emergency Department registration areas.

St Charles Health Clinic Sisters

635 N Arrowleaf Trail • Sisters

Property Owner/Developer: St. Charles Medical Group

Contractor: SunWest Construction

Project Cost: $1 million

Square Footage: 6,000

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Todd Turner

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: by owner

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Landscaping: by owner

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Bend Concrete Service Co., Rasmussen Masonry, All Position Welding Inc., Kadee Industries, ProShop Millwork & Design, Dimar Siding Company, Baxter Builders, Northwest Structural, Energy Conservation Insulation, McMurray & Sons Inc., Eagle Roofing Company, Bell Hardware, Bend Commercial Glass, Oswego Drywall, McWilliams Tile, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, Dero Bike Racks, Bend Painting, Sweeney Plumbing, Quality Heating, Tomco Electric Inc., Advance Technology, Cascade Interior Trim & Door, ECI, Resist-All Seamless gutters LLC, Oswego Drywall Installers Inc., John A. Varner Construction, Fabulous Floors, Sign Pro, North Country Bldg Specialties, Johnson Brothers Appliances, Custom Tint, Sweeney Plumbing.

     A 6,140 square foot medical clinic and office building located along Hwy 20 in Sisters. The project includes waiting area, reception area, exam rooms, laboratory, imaging suite, procedures room and shared medical provider offices. The design blends into a western style development and presents sloping metal roofs, board and batten siding, stone veneer, post and knee braced covered walkways and stylized trimmed windows.

Sunriver Homeowners Aquatics & Recreation Center (SHARC)

541-585-5000 • www.sunriverowners.org

Property Owner/Developer: Sunriver Owners Association (4,177 members)

Contractor: LCG Pence, Construction

Project Cost: $18.9 million

Building Square Footage: 33,000

Acreage: 22

Financing: Bank of America

Project Manager: Jason Terry

Supervisor: Steve Schaad

Engineer: Group Mackenzie

Architect: Group Mackenzie

Principal Architect: Bob Thompson

Structural Engineer: Josh McDowell – Group Mackenzie

Civil Engineer: Matt Butts – Group Mackenzie

Mechanical Engineer: Mike Kinne – Systems Design Consultants

Landscaping: Dan Jenkins – Group Mackenzie

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

AM1 Roofing Inc., Anders Certified Welding, Bargreen Ellingson of Oregon, Baxter Builders, Bell Hardware of Bend, Bend Cabinets, Bend Commercial Glass, Bend Electric, Building Material Specialties, BP Exteriors, Cedar Creek Landscaping, Cement Elegance, Central Oregon Garage Door, CFE Contracting, Commercial Door and Hardware, Deschutes Construction, Empire Painting, Entre Prises USA, ES&A Sign and Awning, High Desert Aggregate and Paving, Howland Cleaning Service, Island Fence, Kelly’s Masonry, KH Interiors, Mid Valley Waterproofing, North Country Building Specialties, North West Handling Services, Northwest Surveying, Oregon Cascade Plumbing and Heating, Pagh Custom Woodworking, Precision Countertops, Radius Pipe, RedBuilt, SEI Northwest, Severson Fire, Sierra Pacific Industries, Snap-Tex Northwest, Specialty Coatings, Superior Interiors, The Pool Company, Thomas Kay Textiles, Tri-State Construction, Truss Components of Oregon, Western Protective Coatings, WH Cress Co., Wood Tech Services, Yakima Steel Fabricators.

     The Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic and Recreation Center (SHARC) features state-of-the-art aquatic amenities, home to year round aquatics, as well as a multitude of seasonal recreational offerings.

     The project includes a large, multi-use event center, acoustically designed for music performances and presentations, and a patio that serves as a stage for the 1,000-person outdoor amphitheater. The main buildings are nestled within a park setting that includes a playground, basketball court and a sledding hill with warming hut.

     The facility will feature indoor and outdoor pools, a lazy river, waterslides, a tot pool and fitness facilities.

     SHARC is available to Sunriver homeowners and the general public to rent space for family reunions, weddings, banquets and special events.

Tuck Elementary School

209 N Tenth • Redmond • 541-923-4884

Property Owner/Developer: Redmond School District

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction

Project Cost: $2.7 million

Square Footage: 2,160sf – new, 4,600sf – renovated space

Architect: Liz Hedrick, BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Todd Turner, BBT Architects

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Kliewer Eng & Assoc.

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

LETS Constr. Cleaning Services, Inc., ATEZ, Inc. WE Cut Concrete, Inc., Alex Hodge Construction, Inc. Central Oregon Pest Control, Tri County Paving, LLC, McDermott Fence & Const., LLC, K.A. Veltman Concrete LLC, Butchs Masonry, Inc., Westmark Products, Inc. Insulation Contractors, Inc., AM-1 Roofing, Inc., McKenzie Waterproofing, Inc., Commercial Door & Hardware, Alpine Glass Company, CCI Bend LLC, Thomas Kay Textiles, Inc., Specialty Flooring & Tile, Inc., WH Cress Company, Classic Coverings & Design Inc., Drapery Boutique & Floor, Ashland Medford Plumbing, Inc., Cascade Heating & Specialties, Crow Plumbing Inc., Norwest Control Company, Portland Electrical Const., Inc.

     An addition of approximately 2,000 square feet with two new classrooms, accessibility upgrades and window replacement for the entire school.

Tumalo Community School

19835 Second St. • Bend (Tumalo) • 541-382-2853

Property Owner/Developer: Redmond School District

Contractor: Integrity Structures, Inc.

Project Cost: $1.9 million

Sitework Start: July 2011

Completion: Nov. 2011

Square Footage: 2,888sf – new, 4,300sf – renovated space

Project Manager: Liz Hedrick, BBT Architects

Architect: BBT Architects

Principal Architect: Todd Turner, BBT Architects

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: Kliewer Eng & Assoc.

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Collins & Sons, Inc., Atez Inc., Diamond Edge We Cut Concrete, Vision Concrete, inc., Streamline Masonry LLC, Ashland Glass & Millwork, McKennis Plastering, Insulation Contractors, Oak Hill Roofing & SMLLC Bend Commercial Glass, Alpine Glass Co., J. Helm Enterprises Inc., Specialty Flooring & Tile, Inc., Thomas Kay Flooring & interiors, Eric Christensen Painting, WH Cress Co., Inc., Draper Boutqiue & Floor Covering, Severson Fire Protection, Crow Plumbing Inc., Willamette Sheet Metals, Portland Electric Construction, Inc. Merit Contactor of Oregon, Mike’s Fence Center, Inc., Metal-Some Fabrication Inc., Truss Components of OR, Inc., ProBuild, Building Material Specialties, Bell hardware, PBS Supply, Archtiectural Specialties Inc., WH Cress Company Inc., Elite Athlete, Johnson Brother’s TV & Appliance, American Vault & Shelter, Bend Garbage & Recycling.

     The project comprises the remodeling of a one-story existing school building plus a one-story addition including new wood frame construction, remodeling and complete overhaul of existing mechanical and electrical systems mechanical control systems.

Veterans Affairs Clinic

2650 NE Courtney Drive • Doctors Park • Bend • 541-647-5200

Property Owner/Developer: Courtney VA LLC

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $5.9 million

Square Footage: 26,589

Amenities: Sustainable design to maximize health and wellness.

Financing: Q10/National Mortgage

Project Manager: Wayne Powderly

Supervisor: Mike Maxham

Engineer: Adam Bowles

Architect: Steele Associates Architects

Principal Architect: Team: Scott Steele, Krista Appleby, Sara Laudenslayer

Structural Engineer: Froelich Consulting Engineers

Civil Engineer: Hickman Williams & Associates

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

7 Peaks Paving, Western Protective Coatings, Springtime Landscape & Irrigation, Deschutes Concrete, Solid Rock Masonry, All Position Welding, Baxter Builders, Dimar Siding Co., Clowers Carpentry, Inc., ProShop Millwork & Design, Insulation by Davis, McMurray & Sons Roofing, Inc., Bend Commercial Glass, Bell Hardware, Dannick Corp., Custom Tint, CCI Bend LLC, John A. Varner Construction, Baptista Tile Company, Fabulous Floors, Inc., Judson Painting of Oregon, North Country Building Specialties, Interior Technology, Johnson Brothers TV & Appliance, American Sprinklers, Inc., Total Resource Plumbing, Otis Elevator Company, Cascade Heating & Specialties, Bend Electric, Inc., Apex Telecom, Inc.

     Veterans Administration services include new audiology department, vision, medical and mental health to better serve Central Oregon’s Veterans. A highly energy efficient with a LEED NC Silver goal. Services allow local veterans to receive medical care in Central Oregon. Veterans will now have access to mental health practitioners on staff.

Warm Springs Telecommunication Building Renovation

4202 Holliday Street • Warm Springs

Property Owner/Developer: Warm Springs Tribe

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction Company

Project Cost: $676,000

Square Footage: 6,000

Amenities: New data center central office, administration offices, conference room, employee lounge, work room, public restrooms and showers.

Financing: ARRA Funds

Project Manager: KNCC – Hodge Kerr

Supervisor: KNCC – Wes Mansfield

Architectural Project Manager: Steele Associates Architects LLC- Jeff Wellman

Principal Architect: Steele Associates Architects LLC – Scott Steele

Structural Engineer: Froelich Engineers

Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering Inc

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

Cleaning Unlimited, Latham Excavation, Western Protective Coating, Havern Cabinetry & Design, Davis Insulation, AM-1 Roofing, Simonis & Associates, Bell Hardware of Bend, Alpine Glass, CCI Bend, Fabulous Floors, Aurora Painting, Pinkham Specialty Company, North Country Bldg Spec. Architectural Specialties, Johnson Bros. TV & Appliance, Drapery Boutique & Floor, Crow Plumbing, Central Oregon Heating, Gowdy Bros. Electric, Securecom.

     The project involved a wholesale makeover of structures on Holliday Road in the Warm Springs Reservation which had previously been used for everything from a sewing factory to fire department training space.

     The first priority was to install a completely weather-tight roof, as it was critical to make sure the whole building envelope was protected, especially in light of the valuable central office data center technological assets contained inside.

     The interior also involved an extreme makeover to facilitate housing the central office and supporting administration functions.

     With $5.4 million in USDA Recovery Act broadband funding, the Warm Springs Telecommunications Company is developing a state-of-the-art fiber and fixed wireless network that will eventually serve everyone on the 644,000-acre reservation with telephone and broadband.

     Having received federal Eligible Telecommunications Carrier certification (ETC), the company will also be able to offer tribal members telephone services for just $1 a month. Until now, about one-third of those living on the reservation have not had access to phone or internet service. In a region with extremely high unemployment levels, the development is significant.

Worthy Brewing

495 NE Bellevue Dr. • Bend

Property Owner/Developer: Roger Worthington

Contractor: SunWest Builders

Project Cost: $4.1 million

Square Footage: 28,885

Amenities: Production brewery, restaurant, business office, beer garden, hop garden and greenhouse Project Manager: Mark Maxwell (SunWest)

Supervisor: Jon Page (SunWest)

Architect: Neal Huston & Associates, Architects Inc.

Principal Architect: Neal Huston / Mark Ward

Structural Engineer: Walker Structural Engineering

Civil Engineer: WHPacific

Mechanical Engineer: MFIA

Landscaping: WHPacific

Interior Designer: Kirsti Wolfe Design

Subcontractors and Suppliers:

GH Surveying, LLC, Latham Excavation, Tri County Paving, Green Thumb Industries, Western Protective Coatings, Northwest Quality Construction, Ultra Quiet Floors, Roger Langeliers, Solid Rock Masonry, All Position Welding, B & B Steel Erectors, Oswego Drywall, Miller Lumber, Frame to Finish, LLC, Pro Shop Millwork

     The project, which is the brainchild of attorney and part-time Bend resident, as well as Indie Hops partner, Roger Worthington and brewmaster/CEO Chad Kennedy – who was lured to the fledgling enterprise from Portland’s Laurelwood Brewing Co. – includes a 22,000 square foot production brewing facility, a pilot brewhouse “for nailing recipes and concocting experimental beer styles” and a 4,000 square foot restaurant anchored by a wood-fired oven.

     Other touted features include a bar top from reclaimed old growth Doug Fir sourced from the Oregon State Hospital featured in Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, a herb and low trellis hop garden showcasing Oregon-grown experimental hops and a Bavarian beer garden complete with picnic tables, fire pits and shade trees festooned with lights (and more hop vines) – all on land owned by Worthington a block off 27th Street.

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