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Wy’east Middle School Renovation and STEAM Addition

Wy’east Middle School Renovation and STEAM Addition

The Wy’east Middle School Renovation & STEAM Addition project involves two key scope areas: a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) addition and facility upgrades that were identified in the Facilities Condition Analysis (FCA) and Master Plan. Additionally, seismic improvements funded by a State grant will include upgrading and reinforcing ...
May Street Elementary

May Street Elementary

The new May Street Elementary School will replace the existing elementary school located at May Street and 10th Street. The new May Street Elementary School will be constructed on the south portion of the site at the intersection of 10th and Pine St so the existing school can remain in operation during construction. Once occupied, the old school will be demolished to make ...

Success Alternative High School

Woodburn’s Success Alternative High School is a unique alternative program designed to serve students, grades 7-12, not well served by the traditional high school setting. The project is envisioned as a model for creating small learning communities with a commitment to developing positive and productive partnerships with families. It is anticipated that the project ...
Building 5

Building 5

The public passed a bond measure in 2008 to enhance the existing academic facilities on PCC’s Rock Creek campus. Opsis facilitated collaborative listening sessions that engaged a wide array of campus stakeholders and the process revealed that faculty, students and staff placed a high value on the campus’ rural location and character. The stakeholders wanted to ...
Facility Condition Assessment | Kitchen and Dining Master Plan

Facility Condition Assessment | Kitchen and Dining Master Plan

Willamette View is a nationally accredited, not for profit Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) which opened in 1955. It offers retirement housing, health care services, and campus-style living for seniors, age 55 and older. Overlooking the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, and the site encompasses 27 acres and over 600,000 sf of buildings. There is capacity ...
Jefferson Middle School Renovation and Addition

Jefferson Middle School Renovation and Addition

The 100,237 sf Jefferson Middle School building was originally constructed in 1957 (with subsequent additions) and is situated on 18 acres near the Westmoreland Community Park. Opsis Architecture, in association with Rowell Brokaw Architects, are working with the Eugene School District to design a 55,000 sf Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math [STE(A)M] ...
Colville Tribal Government Center

Colville Tribal Government Center

The new Colville Tribal Government Center will provide a 21st century civic center and professional environment to a community deeply rooted in its history and culture. The building design responds to the surrounding environment – particularly the extreme conditions of the high desert. The design will balance the aesthetics of tradition, culture, and a strong relationship ...
Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park

Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park

The Hillsboro Community Recreation Center and Park will create a new civic recreation campus situated in the heart of Hillsboro’s expanding community. The new multi-generational community center is designed to integrate harmoniously into a new 20-acre community park with remnant forest. The innovative green design and light filled architecture of the 115,000 ...
Manzanita School

Manzanita School

Opsis Architecture is developing and implementing a master plan for the new private Manzanita School located in the Topanga Canyon north of Los Angeles. The 21-acre site is surrounded by dramatic rock outcroppings, seasonal streams and adjacent national forest land. The design team includes LA-based Parallax Architects and Mia Lehrer Landscape Architects. The school’s ...
Gateway Arts Center

Gateway Arts Center

The Gateway Arts Center will define the entry threshold to Western’s core academic campus which strengthens WWU’s connections to the greater Bellingham and regional community. The 98,000 sf facility will contain public-oriented front door programs such as the Admissions Center, music and theatre performance venues, and the Western Gallery (art museum) with ...
Rivoli Theatre

Rivoli Theatre

In 2011, a four month planning effort was initiated in 2010 to assess the existing facility and prepare physical and operational plans for renovation and possible expansion of the Rivoli Theater. An inclusive process reached out to the community and included several multi-day workshops, which consisted of interviews and presentations with the Steering Committee, ...