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Construction has started on the expansion to R+L Carrier's transfer facility in northwest Portland. The 24,000 SF expansion nearly doubles the area of R+L's unloading/loading space and will allow for better logistics and improved workflow. Site improvements in the form of parking reconfiguration and additional landscaping are part of the project.
Livermore Architecture & Engineering supported Joseph Hughes Construction on this project with architecture and structural engineering, as well as management of civil engineering and landscape architecture.

[rev_slider Nyanne] The Nyanne III mixed-use building was designed by Livermore A&E in tandem with pioneering developer Roslyn Hill during broader efforts to revitalize the now-thriving Alberta Arts District. The building’s pre-engineered metal frame provided significant cost savings and helped to create the urban industrial look that directly responds to the historical context of the surrounding Alberta streetscape.  While corrugated metal panels and exposed steel stairs reinforce this industrial look on the exterior, rich wood cabinetry and stained concrete floors provide a comfortable counterpoint within its retail and residential loft spaces.

[rev_slider omsi] Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. joined in a collaborative effort with InSpec Group, Sanyo North America Corp and Portland General Electric to design and construct the first publically-accessible solar canopy in North America at Portland's Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI).  This multi-modal structure provides shelter and recharging capability for up to three EV automobiles and electric-assist bicycles while also providing weatherproof lockers with integrated electrical outlets for its users.  In total, the Sanyo-provided solar array can generate up to 10,000 killowatt hours of renewable power per year.

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Belmont East is a mixed-use building located at SE 38th and SE Belmont Street in Portland, Oregon. The building consists of retail and parking on the lower level and (26) condominium units on the two upper levels.  These condos range in size from a small 650 SF one-bedroom/one-bath unit to a large 1100 SF two-bedroom/two-bath with small balcony. All units have full height windows in the living and kitchen spaces. The project has been designed to utilize a variety of green building products and methods. Green roofs will be provided on the two levels of the building. All units have operable windows to allow for natural ventilation throughout the building and hydronic heating is efficiently deployed throughout the building. Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. developed the architectural and structural design documents, conducted code reviews, assisted with permitting and performed construction administration.  

[rev_slider sanyo] Livermore A&E provided building design services for SANYO Solar of Oregon’s solar cell manufacturing facility in Salem, Oregon.  The expansive 129,850 square foot one-story building includes an array of elevated production equipment platforms and a 26,500 square foot office suite that includes open and private offices, conference rooms, a kitchen, an employee lounge and locker rooms.  A visitor drop off canopy featuring expressive concrete piers and Sanyo’s bi-facial solar panels provides a signature element at the building’s entry. Concrete tilt-up bearing walls with a steel roof structure enclose the main 42’-0” tall manufacturing area, while an array of exterior concrete equipment slabs and interior elevated steel platforms round out the structural component of the project.

[rev_slider imex] Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. provided building design services for the IMEX Toner Manufacturing Facility consisting of a 23,000 square foot building replete with a 4,000 square foot office area, 9,000 square foot manufacturing area and 10,000 square foot warehouse/employee services area. In response to IMEX’s specific manufacturing process, tilt-up concrete bearing walls spanning a full 52’-0” in height were used in tandem with a steel beam and joist roof structure. As part of the design, Livermore A&E developed a detailed 3D structural model for an intricate interior process equipment platform.  This model ensured the client’s complex process requirements were met while also facilitating coordination across all design disciplines, including piping, material lifts and electrical controls.

Located in the heart of Seattle’s Pike Street district, this 2,600SF Restaurant features an open display kitchen and a variety of dining areas to accommodate large and small groups. With full height glazing on three sides, the restaurant is strategically positioned to provide spectacular views of downtown Seattle, Elliott Bay and the Space Needle beyond. At the sushi bar, service counters, and bar, traditional Japanese detail is interlaced with northwest wood detailing to provide a rich atmosphere that speaks to the broader cultural hybridity of Seattle. Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. provided architectural and interior design services, along with permitting assistance and construction administration.

8
Aug

Construction at R+L Begins

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Construction has started on the expansion to R+L Carrier’s transfer facility in northwest Portland. The 24,000 SF expansion nearly doubles the area of R+L’s unloading/loading space and will allow for better logistics and improved workflow. Site improvements in the form of parking reconfiguration and additional landscaping are part of the project. Livermore Architecture & Engineering […]

22
Aug

Nyanne III Mixed-Use

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The Nyanne III mixed-use building was designed by Livermore A&E in tandem with pioneering developer Roslyn Hill during broader efforts to revitalize the now-thriving Alberta Arts District. The building’s pre-engineered metal frame provided significant cost savings and helped to create the urban industrial look that directly responds to the historical context of the surrounding Alberta […]

1
Dec

OMSI Solar Canopy

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Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. joined in a collaborative effort with InSpec Group, Sanyo North America Corp and Portland General Electric to design and construct the first publically-accessible solar canopy in North America at Portland’s Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI).  This multi-modal structure provides shelter and recharging capability for up to three EV […]

15
Oct

Belmont East Mixed-Use Retail & Condos

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Belmont East is a mixed-use building located at SE 38th and SE Belmont Street in Portland, Oregon. The building consists of retail and parking on the lower level and (26) condominium units on the two upper levels.  These condos range in size from a small 650 SF one-bedroom/one-bath unit to a large 1100 SF two-bedroom/two-bath […]

13
Oct

SANYO Solar of Oregon

Livermore A&E provided building design services for SANYO Solar of Oregon’s solar cell manufacturing facility in Salem, Oregon.  The expansive 129,850 square foot one-story building includes an array of elevated production equipment platforms and a 26,500 square foot office suite that includes open and private offices, conference rooms, a kitchen, an employee lounge and locker […]

5
Sep

IMEX Toner Manufacturing Facility

Livermore Architecture & Engineering, Inc. provided building design services for the IMEX Toner Manufacturing Facility consisting of a 23,000 square foot building replete with a 4,000 square foot office area, 9,000 square foot manufacturing area and 10,000 square foot warehouse/employee services area. In response to IMEX’s specific manufacturing process, tilt-up concrete bearing walls spanning a […]

7
Aug

Tofoo Asian Bistro

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Located in the heart of Seattle’s Pike Street district, this 2,600SF Restaurant features an open display kitchen and a variety of dining areas to accommodate large and small groups. With full height glazing on three sides, the restaurant is strategically positioned to provide spectacular views of downtown Seattle, Elliott Bay and the Space Needle beyond. […]