A 3-story approx. 3,360 s.f. tower addition to Lincoln Hall. The new addition will house an expanded green room for the main performance hall, as well as two dance/movement studios. The Project also includes modifications to convert an acting studio (Room 55) into a blackbox theatre. Bidders should include only work specified as “Alternate 1″. The project will include selective demolition and abatement of the area over what was originally the boiler room for Lincoln Hall. Construction of the new tower will include, among other things, structural steel, curtain wall, roof structure, interior finishes and upgrades to connecting spaces.
Westech Construction, Inc. is working as the Prime Contractor on the Highway 212 and Lawnfield Road Connection Project – Phase 3. The project includes: reconstruction of Lawnfield Road from 98th Court to 97th Avenue. Improvements will include new curbs, sidewalks, bike lanes, signalization of the Lawnfield Road/97th Avenue intersection, street lighting, stormwater drainage improvements and a truck priority system. The current maximum road grade of 14 percent will be reduced to a consistent 8.75 percent. In addition, this project will include the clean out of the County stormwater drainage ditches within the KEX property on Lawnfield Road, as well as modifications to the Water Environment Services (WES) sanitary sewer systems.
Kerr Contractors of Woodburn, OR has won the contract to build the first phase of the Sunrise JTA Project. The Sunrise Corridor Project will address congestion and safety problems in the OR 212/224 corridor by building a new road from I-205 to 122nd Avenue and improving local roadway connections to the Lawnfield Industrial District. The Oregon 212/224 corridor is one of the busiest freight distribution centers in the state.
Construction on this project will include: a new two-lane highway (one lane each direction) from the Milwaukie Expressway (OR 224) at I-205 to SE 122nd Avenue at OR 212/224, a new I-205 overcrossing to connect 82nd Drive and 82nd Avenue, bicycle and pedestrian improvements in the area, intersection improvements at SE 122nd Avenue and OR 212/224, improved traffic signals, signing, striping, drainage and water quality.
The Owner, a tenancy in common (“TIC”) between the OHSU and OUS, is building a state-of-the-art, health science and life science teaching and research facility on “Unit C” of the Schnitzer Campus owned by OHSU in the South Waterfront area of the City of Portland, Oregon with a U.S. Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design rating of Platinum. The Facility, an approx. 300,000 s.f., multi-story collaborative health science and life science instructional and research center, brings together the State of Oregon’s leading public and private academic and research resources in related sciences and, as the first building of a potential multi-phase development that will provide facilities for health professional education, undergraduate and graduate education in the life sciences and bioengineering, basic and transitional biomedical research and private industry partnerships. The project also includes OHSU’s new Skourtes Tower, housing the School of Dentistry Clinical training, clinics, research spaces and two levels of underground parking. The total project includes a two (2) level parking garage of approx. 150,000 gsf, the Collaborative Life Sciences Building of approx. 265,000 gsf, the Dr. Gray research space of approx. 30,000 gsf and Skourtes Tower of approx. 200,000 gsf, for a total of approx. 650,000 gsf of new construction in a 12-story building.
JE Dunn Construction