The Montavilla Community Center was first built in the 1920’s and has undergone multiple renovations over the past 50 years. The space, around 16,000SF, includes a gym, classrooms, a kitchen, and multipurpose rooms. Recently, funding from the Parks Replacement Bond allowed Montavilla to renovate the roof and replace outdated HVAC units. These changes will increase safety, building service and roof maintenance.
Scope: The project scope included the replacement of the roof and six rooftop air handling units. An existing exhaust fan was also removed and re-installed. The project also involves the integration of these modifications into the recently updated building DDC system.
Commissioned Equipment included:
- Six rooftop air handler units
- One exhaust fan
- Integration of new equipment into existing DDC system
Location: Portland, OR
Client: Portland Parks and Recreation
Architect: WJE Engineers Architects
General Contractor: Fulcrum Construction
MEP Designer: The Greenbusch Group
Total Project Cost: $775,000