Michael Green Architecture on behalf of Oregon State University
Oregon State University - College of Forestry is moving ahead with plans for a new forest science complex to expand classroom, office and lab space and position the college as a leader in advanced wood products engineering.
Focused on the emerging field of high-rise construction using engineered wood products such as cross-laminated timbers, the Oregon Forest Science Complex will consist of two buildings: the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory, an 18,000-square-foot pilot plant for testing and developing new engineered wood products; and a 90,000-square-foot classroom and office building that will replace Peavy Hall.
Location: Corvallis, Oregon
Project type: Higher education/ research
Building Type: Multi-story, timber
(glu-lam and cross-laminated timber)
Area: ~108,000 sf
Budget: ~$40 million
Sustainability: LEED Gold
Contract Type: CMGC