UO: Oregon Hall Renovation

Renovation of the 1st floor and tenant improvements to the 2nd and 3rd floors are being carried out in Oregon Hall at the University of Oregon’s main campus. The design incorporates the use of active chilled beams, new LED lighting, a new chilled water heat exchanger and pumps. Three existing air handlers located on the 3rd floor, which will be replaced with new units to be located on the roof.

Scope: Commissioned systems and equipment included the building HVAC systems, DDC control system, and plumbing system. NWESI is providing both LEED Equivalent Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning for this project. AIR Introduction is providing testing, adjusting, and balancing.

Location: Eugene, OR

Owner: University of Oregon

Client: University of Oregon

Architect: Pivot Architecture

General Contractor: Fortis Construction

MEP Designer: Systems West Engineers

LEED: Gold Equivalent

Total Project Cost: $9.5M

Testing, Adjusting & Balancing