Room & Board
Owner: Pearl Partners, LLC.
Tenant: Room and Board, INC.
Architect: Jones Architecture
Located in the heart of the Pearl District in downtown Portland, Room & Board are purveyors of modern home business and office furniture and decor. This project consisted of a full seismic retrofit, including footings, cast in place concrete shear walls, the retrofit of a three-story elevator, parapet bracing, and roof diaphragm, for the historic 1924 Fisk Tire Building, as well as a complete exterior restoration and interior tenant improvement of 30,000 Sq.-Ft. of retail space.
Owner: CSS Properties, LLC.
Architect: Scott | Edwards Architecture
New 16,500 Sq.-Ft. retail building with easy access tenant spaces to accommodate restaurants, offices, and retail spaces. Large exterior and interior storefronts with a shared central corridor to provide entry for shoppers and tenants. The site includes parking, outdoor seating and is within walking distance of public transit.
Owner: Johns Marketplace
Architect: EM Architecture, LLC.
John's Marketplace offers Portland’s largest selection of beer, wine, and cider including Kegs to Go, craft, microbrew, nano brew, domestics, and import selections at two locations. Tenant improvement work at their Powell location included an indoor counter bar and an outdoor patio with a custom mural.
Owner: Oregrown Industries, Inc.
Architect: MOA Architecture
Oregon’s premier farm-to-table cannabis company, Oregrown cultivates organic-method, indoor cannabis and processes world-class products in the pursuit of unparalleled craftsmanship in every facet of their supply chain. This project required a complete seismic upgrade and change of use converting an auto repair shop into a retail building, including foundation work, moment frames, new connections of walls to the roof structure, and the installation of a plywood roof diaphragm.
Blick Art Materials
Owner: Dick Blick Art Materials
Architect: A57 Architecture
Blick Art Materials provides artists, educators, students, and their associates with the tools, assistance, and training needed to grow, innovate and reach their creative potential. Project work includes the seismic upgrade of a 1923 vintage building including extensive structural work, wall and roof connections, parapet bracing, and roof diaphragm construction. The project utilized recycled flooring from North Medford High School‘s wood gymnasium.
Owner: 5300 N Lombard, LLC.
Architect: Baysinger Partners Architects
Developed into four retail tenant spaces, this 20,000 square foot building (including basement) received a full building renovation and seismic upgrade to meet seismic and energy codes, including full MEP upgrades. The building is located on North Lombard and is part of the revitalization and historic preservation of that storied neighborhood.