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[rev_slider pge_sherwood] Livermore Architecture & Engineering developed the architectural and structural design of PGE’s new Sherwood Line Training Center. For over 20 years, the lineman training program has used an outdoor yard for training their apprentices. The new facility will provide a large indoor training area with a 50-foot high roof and will allow training activities year-round in all weather. Power poles will be set up inside the building and will be wired by the trainees. A mezzanine level will give instructors an excellent vantage point to observe the activity. Also housed in the building are three classrooms, a breakroom, and several offices. The design features a clean, minimal, industrial look that is consistent with the linemans’ work ethic and philosophy. Touches such as the power pole columns at the front entry play homage to the linemans’ work.

[rev_slider rlarlington] LAE designed R+L Carriers’s new facility which includes a 40,000 SF, 60-door terminal, 5,000 SF office, 9,500 SF maintenance building, and a fueling station. LAE adapted R+L’s standard branding and building design to meet the specific requirements of the local jurisdiction for aesthetics, siting of parking areas, and building orientation. Approvals were received for Design Review and a Special Use Permit. The buildings have a pre-engineered metal structural frame; exterior materials include EIFS and metal siding. Pits were designed in the maintenance building to allow for servicing of the vehicles. Special care was taken to ensure that the site has adequate and safe vehicle maneuvering areas.

[rev_slider Nyanne] The Nyanne III mixed-use building was designed by Livermore A&E in tandem with developer Roslyn Hill in Portland's 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 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.

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.

29
Apr

PGE Sherwood Training Center

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Livermore Architecture & Engineering developed the architectural and structural design of PGE’s new Sherwood Line Training Center. For over 20 years, the lineman training program has used an outdoor yard for training their apprentices. The new facility will provide a large indoor training area with a 50-foot high roof and will allow training activities year-round […]

30
Apr

R+L Carriers Arlington Terminal

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LAE designed R+L Carriers’s new facility which includes a 40,000 SF, 60-door terminal, 5,000 SF office, 9,500 SF maintenance building, and a fueling station. LAE adapted R+L’s standard branding and building design to meet the specific requirements of the local jurisdiction for aesthetics, siting of parking areas, and building orientation. Approvals were received for Design […]

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 developer Roslyn Hill in Portland’s 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 […]

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 […]

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. […]