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Coyote Center is a 2016 Athletic Business Facilities of Merit Winner

Coyote Center is a 2016 Athletic...

2016 Facilities of Merit: Coyote Center | Chandler-Gilbert Community College

The Redd is the 2015 Resilience Winner of SXSW Eco

The Redd is the 2015 Resilience...

2015 Resilience Winner
Beyond sustainable, these designs contribute to a more adaptive,

Reed College Performing Arts Building Wins National USITT Award

Reed College Performing Arts...

Each year the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) recognizes the

Christopher F. White Rememberance

Christopher F. White Rememberance

Our community has lost a great friend and consummate professional in the passing of

Hood River claims first ‘Net Zero Energy’ public school in the U.S.

Hood River claims first ‘Net...


By Wendy Culverwell
Staff Reporter
Sustainable Business Oregon

Opsis is proud to announce the promotion of three of our staff: Paul Kinley, Christopher F. White and Pat Sanchez

Opsis is proud to announce the...

Paul was recently promoted to Associate Principal at Opsis Architecture. Paul has

Reed College’s Performing Arts Building was selected for the “Beauty of Wood” 2014 National US Wood Design Award

Reed College’s Performing Arts...

The Reed College Performing Arts Building (PAB) consolidates theatre, dance and

Design Studio led by Jim Kalvelage and Joe Baldwin featured on OregonLive.com

Design Studio led by Jim Kalvelage...

University of Oregon students showcase Beaverton performing arts center designs

Pringle Creek Painters Hall Featured in Passive House+ Magazine

Pringle Creek Painters Hall...

— Originally published in Issue 1 Volume 1 of Passive House+ — 
The creation of

Pringle Creek Leads Way With Porous Concrete

Pringle Creek Leads Way With...

The Pringle Creek housing community in Salem was designed from the pavement up to be

The Beauty of Zero – Painters Hall Showcased In Trim Tab Magazine

The Beauty of Zero –...

From our earliest childhood interactions we are taught to reward those with the highest

“Cultivating the Next Generation” – Hood River Middle School Featured in Green Source Magazine

“Cultivating the Next...

Cultivating the Next Generation
Three ways green schools are reconnecting children

Rick Bartow’s Art at the UO Alumni Center and WOU Health and Wellness

Rick Bartow’s Art at the UO...

Rick Bartow’s graceful artwork adorns the walls of two of Opsis’s recently

Opsis Profiled on ARCHITECT Magazine as Part of Their Coverage of the 2012 COTE Top Ten Awards

Opsis Profiled on ARCHITECT...

Opsis Architecture was recently profiled on ARCHITECT Magazine as part of their continuing

The Oregonian Features Reed College’s New Performing Arts Building Currently Under Construction

The Oregonian Features Reed...

The Oregonian recently featured the following story about Reed College’s

Construction to Start Soon on OSU’s New Residence Hall Designed by Opsis

Construction to Start Soon on...

The Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce recently reported the following story about OSU’s

The Future Is Now – Two Buildings Certified as “net Zero”

The Future Is Now – Two...

This article was originally posted on the Better Bricks Blog
16 April 2012 | Posted By

Opsis Architecture & Aecom Awarded Commision to Renovate Memorial Coliseum

Opsis Architecture & Aecom...

“Portland Architecture” recently covered the awarding of the contract

James Meyer Interviewed on Portland Architecture

James Meyer Interviewed on...

This article was originally posted on Portland Architecture 6 June 2011 | By Brian Libby

“Lessons Of Place” – Pringle Creek Community Featured in Metropolis Magazine

“Lessons Of Place”...

Pringle Creek, the Opsis designed community near Salem, Oregon was recently featured

Portland Architects Batting .300 at COTE Top 10 Awards

Portland Architects Batting .300...

Opsis’s design for the Hood River Middle School Music and Science Building was

Pringle Creek Community Website and Blog

Pringle Creek Community Website...

The focus of the Pringle Creek Community development was to create a truly sustainable

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