The first restoration of a historic building in the nation to receive LEED Gold
The renovation of this two-story warehouse in Portland’s Pearl District is the first restoration of a historic building in the nation to receive LEED Gold. Using state of the art green practices in all phases of the work, timbers were stripped and re-used throughout. The 100+ year old wood floor was filled and refinished to keep the original character of the building. The existing brick walls and wood columns were blasted using corn cobs and walnuts and refinished to their original beauty. The project also included a full seismic upgrade, a third-floor addition and site improvements. The building houses commercial, office, and retail businesses that complement the sustainability effort.
The Frye Apartments
Renovations to a century-old hotel building in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood while fully occupied
The Redd on Salmon Street
45,000 square-feet food production and distribution campus covering two blocks that is comprised of two buildings