Lewis built this Health Professions Campus in two phases. Phase I included a five-story facility to house health professions graduate programs, the Virginia Garcia Clinic and a pharmacy. During Phase II, Lewis constructed an adjacent building which accommodates 700 students and 80 faculty and staff members. To achieve LEED Gold certification Lewis employed green building practices, including recycling 97% of construction waste (Phase I) and a rainwater harvesting system, which has helped to reduce water consumption by nearly 50%.
Lewis completed the first ever LEED Platinum public aquatic center. The project was an addition to a fully functioning community center. Work included pool mechanical and electrical systems, pumps and filters, heat exchangers, boilers, water treatment and chlorination systems, solar collectors and interactive water features including water slides. The project also included renovations to the existing community center, locker rooms and support areas.
The first large-scale residence hall in the country to achieve LEED NC Platinum certification, Ackerman Hall houses 336 students and provides community areas, study rooms, faculty offices, academic support services, small classroom space and two apartments. The live/learn complex is projected to reduce energy consumption by 35% and employs sustainable features such as a 30,000 gallon rainwater harvesting system, photovoltaic arrays and a solar wall for building heating and cooling.
Lewis recently completed this athletic field renovation for Valley Catholic High School in Beaverton, Oregon. The existing field was removed to install proper under field drainage and extensive stormwater utilities as well as a new stormwater swale. Additionally, the project included a new 3,200 square foot field house, 500 seat bleacher grandstand and a press box building. The new field house provides a variety of amenities for athletic events including restrooms, concessions, team locker rooms and a training room.
This 84,000 square foot Earth Advantage Gold student housing complex includes two four-story buildings and one five-story building “connected via indoor bridges” and houses 91 living units with a mix of quad-single and quad-double rooms. Each floor includes specified units for resident assistants and resident directors with a variety of additional spaces for student interaction and collaboration such as a game room, a central kitchen, and meeting rooms with projection screen for study spaces.
As CM/GC, Lewis managed this first generation, 12-floor, 250,000 square foot, fast track tenant improvement for six federal government agencies. Substantial security features such as duress buttons on walls and under desks, key card readers and wire mesh within walls adjacent to occupied spaces were included in the project. Lewis also added structural steel to support high density files and x-ray machines and installed owner furnished magnetometers. The project is certified LEED Gold for Commercial Interiors.
Originally built in 1910 for industrial use, the Culver Building was completely renovated by Lewis in 2012. Work included adding a penthouse, roof deck, new glazing systems, elevator, restrooms, and HVAC system. The LEED Silver space largely consists of unique meeting areas and features an open concept to encourage collaborative teamwork. Hoteling stations, high-tech conferencing rooms, informal huddle spaces and outdoor meeting spaces promote connectivity and innovation.
Lewis built these two LEED Gold certified apartment buildings. Skybox is a six-story, 94,000 square foot building which features 76 units, ranging from one bedroom to five bedrooms. Courtside is a 64,000 square foot, five-story apartment building which houses 47 living units and includes ground floor retail. Sustainable features include energy-efficient appliances and windows, low-VOC products, low-flow plumbing fixtures, occupancy sensors in common areas, and an eco-roof which retains and cleans storm water.
Lewis completed this design/build project that provides Comcast with a consolidated operations center to service their customers in the greater Portland metro area. The 87,000 square foot, two-story, office and warehouse building is situated on a 10-acre site. Sitework included new ADA parking, concrete walkways and stairs, paving, steel canopies, site fencing and a new pole climbing yard.
The Center Building was renovated by Lewis in multiple phases to create a modern new learning commons and student union the Center for Learning and Student Success. In addition to a new open and airy learning commons, the CLASS project updated the food services area, replaced the out-of-date bookstore with a new Titan Store, and created a new user-friendly plaza, which greatly improved access in and around the building. Energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems contributed to the project’s LEED Silver certification goal.