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Portland Community College Newberg Center

Newberg United States

 

Project Description

Hennebery Eddy designed the initial academic/administrative building for the new Portland Community College (PCC) center in Newberg. It includes a computer lab, an administration suite, service core, an open commons, and five general classrooms—two of which can be combined into one multi-purpose room. The design is extremely energy efficient, using no more energy than can be produced onsite from solar panels. It incorporates a passive approach to mechanical systems including natural ventilation, daylighting, thermal mass, and a super insulated building envelope. The LEED Platinum-Goal project is participating in the Energy Trust of Oregon’s Path to Net-Zero incentives program.

 

Project Details

Portland Community College Newberg Center
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Client/Owner:
Project Team:
    Timothy R. Eddy, AIA
Consultants:
  • Project Manager: Doug Reimer, AIA 
  • Project Architect: Erica Dunn, AIA 
  • General Contractor: R & H Construction 
  • Landscape Consultant: Mayer | Reed 
  • Structural Engineer: DCI Engineers 
  • Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering 
  • Electrical Engineer: Interface Engineering 
  • Civil Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers 
 
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Project Size:
    13,800 sq ft
Construction Cost:
    $7,200,000
Green Certifications:
 
 

Specified Products

Sunoptics Signature Series Dome, double glazed

Provides even, diffused daylighting at a great price point.

Edmonds ecoPower EP-600

Simple, efficient method for improving natural ventilation in a building

 
 

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