Projects

PDX Concourse A HVAC Upgrades Project

February 18, 2014
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PDX Concourse A HVAC Upgrades ProjectThis HVAC system upgrade is a 36,280 square foot HVAC remodel of the Alaska Airlines Terminal & Operations Offices at the Portland International Airport in Portland, Oregon. Hydro-Temp is providing the complete general contracting scope of work for this $850,000 project. The existing packaged DX cooling rooftop air hander and fan-powered terminal units, wholly inadequate for meeting the current heating & cooling needs of the space, are being replaced with a new roof mounted heat pump air handler with heat recovery, and variable refrigerant

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Lowrie and Trillium Primary Schools

January 22, 2014
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Lowrie and Trillium Primary SchoolsCurrently under construction and on schedule to open for the 2013 school year.

These are identical schools in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District under construction concurrently. HTM is working alongside P&C Construction on Lowrie PS and working alongside Howard S. Wright on Trillium PS. Both schools are targeting LEED Gold by having harvested rainwater systems, packaged rooftop air handlers with sensible heat wheels, and three high efficiency condensing hydronic boilers.

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U of O Casanova Center Extension

January 18, 2014
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The CasX is as architecturally sensitive of a project as there can be. The client has the highest of standards for the Ducks football programs new state of the art 130,000 sqft operations building that will be unsurpassed in the nation. This building features high end locker, position, team and media rooms coupled with a lobby and reception area. There is also a weight room, running track and many offices for football operations. The upper floor will house a players' lounge, recruiting center and areas to accommodate NFL scouts. We are using BIM and Trimble to meet the high demands and fast pace of this project The Len Casanova Center Expansion is a new 130,000sf state-of-the-art facility, designed to center around the football programs operations. This architecturally unique project has some distinct features most of which will not be revealed until the grand opening in summer of 2012; however, the facility is destined to exceed all expectations and set a new standard among athletic complexes nationwide. This building features high end locker, position, team and media rooms coupled with a lobby and reception area. There is also a weight room, running track and many offices for football operations. The upper floor will house a players' lounge, recruiting center and areas to accommodate NFL scouts. Hydro-Temp brings BIM (Building Information Modeling) and Trimble to this project, in order to achieve project goals with the highest level of efficiency and accuracyThe CasX is as architecturally sensitive of a project as there can be. The client has the highest of standards for the Ducks football programs new state of the art 130,000 sqft operations building that will be unsurpassed in the nation. This building features high end locker, position, team and media rooms coupled with a lobby and reception area. There is also a weight room, running track and many offices for football operations. The upper floor will house a players’ lounge, recruiting center and areas to accommodate NFL scouts. We are using BIM and Trimble to meet

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Pactrust CTC651 (Nautilus Vancouver)

December 25, 2013
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This CTC651 project is a design build project. It is intended to be the Nautilus headquarter, yet at the same time be universal for all possible future tenants. The current building consists of executive offices, four high density office space (cubical farm), fitness center, locker room, and break room. The interior of the building is zoned by individual gas-fired packaged rooftop units and is controlled by dedicated thermostats. The purpose is such that if a new tenant occupies the space, the mechanical system can be easily modified. The building also contains a server room that was designed with a cooling system to provide 20 ton of cooling, along with an emergency air evacuation system. The final design consisted of 40 rooftop HVAC units. Aside from designing the mechanical system to be universal, the plumbing system also had to be just that. Therefore, the final plumbing designed included gas fired water heaters, tank less water heaters and garbage disposals, which would serve four bathroom groups, two locker rooms and two break rooms. Installation coordination was heavily enforced by an owner's representative and architects to ensure that the building and ceiling layout is esthetically pleasing.This CTC651 project is a design build project. It is intended to be the Nautilus headquarter, yet at the same time be universal for all possible future tenants. The current building consists of executive offices, four high density office space (cubical farm), fitness center, locker room, and break room. The interior of the building is zoned by individual gas-fired packaged rooftop units and is controlled by dedicated thermostats. The purpose is such that if a new tenant occupies the space, the mechanical system can be easily modified.

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Portland State University NW College of Engineering

November 25, 2013
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This project consisted of approximately 132,728 square feet of new, type 1 fire-resistive construction for labs, offices, and classrooms. It is constructed over an existing sub grade multi-level concrete-frame parking garage. There were also improvements made to the garage while still allowing students to park as needed. This project obtained a silver LEED certification. The mechanical and plumbing systems for this project included; geothermal heat pump, natural ventilation, storm water collection, waterless urinals, variable

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University of Oregon: East Campus Residence Hall:

October 22, 2013
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University of Oregon: East Campus Residence HallUniversity of Oregon’s newest 185,000 square foot residence hall is on track to achieve LEED Gold certification. This residence hall will be a live-learn facility with a kitchen, dining hall, multi-purpose room, classrooms and study areas all on the first floor. There are three towers to house 454 undergraduate students within this building as well. The mechanical

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Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) Roosevelt Operations Center

September 6, 2013
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Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) Roosevelt Operations CenterThis facility is on track to achieve an LEED Gold certification for EWEB. The new operations center is a 52 acre site that consists of three main buildings totaling 168,957 square feet. The diverse systems in which this project includes are; solar hot water heating, heat recovery systems, radiant heating, service fluid piping, vehicle wash system, and an eco-machine. An eco-machine recovers all

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University of Oregon College of Education

August 6, 2013
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University of Oregon College of EducationThe University of Oregon College of Education task consisted of three projects; a new 66,000 square foot three story building on top of a 47,000 square foot parking garage, three historical renovations, and a remodel of the CSB building. These renovations brought the College of Education annex into the 21st century in terms of mechanical, plumbing, and other systems.

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Veterans Administration Hospital (Bldg 101) – Air Handlers Upgrades Project

July 6, 2013
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Veterans Administration Hospital (Bldg 101) - Air Handlers Upgrades ProjectThis Design-Build project is an upgrade to the VA Hospital’s Air Handlers, located on Portland’s Marquam Hill. Project objective is to extend existing HVAC system’s life by 20 years. To that end, Hydro-Temp is replacing the existing heating coils, cooling coils, mechanical room piping, humidifiers, filter banks, variable speed motor drives, and DDC controls systems. In addition, Huntair Fanwalls will replace existing air handler standard fans. Compared to existing equipment,

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The WSU Applied Technology Classroom Building:

June 6, 2013
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The WSU Applied Technology Classroom BuildingThe WSU Applied Technology Classroom Building (ATCB) is the first building on the Washington State University Vancouver Campus located in what is envisioned to be the campus Science Precinct. The 42.6 million project is a 56,000 square foot building slated for LEED Gold Certification. This is an important building for the Campus from the standpoint of future growth on campus along the Mount St. Helen’s view corridor, but also pivotal in developing the future of research facilities on campus. This new building will provide

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Lane Community College Downtown Campus:

May 6, 2013
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Lane Community College Downtown CampusLCC DTC is aiming for LEED Platinum and be both a teachable and sustainable building. HYDRO-TEMP was selected as a member of the CMGC team for this fast track and highly complex building. Not only will this building perform from a energy efficiency standpoint but it will also teach future energy professionals. The fourth floor labs use the HVAC system for teaching the students in daily curriculum. The mechanical rooms have been laid out using BIM to be used as a classroom. The mechanical systems are exceedingly

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4310 SW Macadam (DHS/ICE)

April 6, 2013
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4310 SW Macadam (DHS/ICE)The 4310 SW Macadam project is an Immigrations Customs Enforcement building that will be LEED Silver upon completion. Hydo-Temp is working with Hoffman Construction on this project. Half of the project is a renovation of an existing project. The other part includes new parking garage and office space. We are installing all new mechanical equipment including a chiller, multiple air handlers,

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Clackamas Court Courthouse Renovation Project – 2013

March 6, 2013
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Clackamas Court Courthouse Renovation Project - 2013This project consists of a 3-story 5,826 SF addition to the Clackamas County Courthouse. The structure consists of load-bearing concrete masonry unit walls clad with brick veneer and concrete composite steel roof and floor decking. The basic function of the addition is a courtroom with holding cells and a vehicle sallyport.

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