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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Green Architecture Building

The Burnside Rocket is a new mixed-use antiquity located at the corner of East Burnside and NE 11th Avenue in Portland, Oregon. The site is a 3,800sf (350m^2) former vacant lot, adjacent to an indoor sway rise gym. The antiquity includes 16,500sf (1533m^2) of indoor area on four floors, plus outdoor terraces at each level. Construction was completed in April 2007, and the antiquity is full leased. The project team is projecting LEED Platinum certification.

Green Architecture Building

The building features a total of 16,500 square feet split between four floors. There’s an edible roof that provides matter for the restaurant a level below. And the tenants are all on a flooded service lease, as opposed to the triple-net lease, providing a business goodness to the owner for streaming the building efficiently.

Burnside Rocket was designed to use 50% less energy than a conventional space. It does that in part with reinforced wall and roof insulation, high action fenestration, overhangs and window setbacks, highly economical lighting design, economical ground liquid modify pumps, and husbandly liquid modify recovery using desuperheaters.

Project Team
Architect of Record : Francis Dardis, FBD Architecture
Lead Designer : Kevin Cavenaugh, some knucklehead
Structural Engineer : Wade Younie, DCI Engineers
General Contractor : Bob Schommer, A.C. Schommer & Sons
Energy Consultant : Brian Thornton, designer Consulting
LEED Consultant : Ralph DiNola, Green Building Services
LEED Consultant : Steffen Brocks, BEA Consulting
Mechanical Engineer : Dan Wehage, Wehage Engineering
Plumbing Engineer : Don Parrish, MEP Consulting
Electrical Engineer : Greg Kohn, Kohn Engineering
Civil Engineer : In-Tae Lee, OTAK
Traffic Engineer : Scott Mansur, DKS Associates
Landscape Architect : Pat Lando, Lando and Associates
Art Panel Curator : Ruth Ann Brown, New dweller Art Union
Detailer : book Cohen, Fat Pencil Studio
Sage : Gary Kobielski, Pro emancipationist Mobile Welding

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Outside View Burnside Rocket Building

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