University of Portland

Location:

Portland, Oregon

Glass featured:

LITEFLAM-XT-90

Market segment:

INSTITUTIONAL

Architect:

Soderstrom Architect

Frame:

SPECIAL CONSTRUCTIONS

Application

INTERIOR

About University of Portland

The Shiley Hall project renovates the University of Portland’s existing School of Engineering building and expands it with a three-story, 35,000 SF addition.

For its extensive seismic upgrades and high-efficiency sustainable features, the reborn Shiley Hall received LEED Platinum certification and a Grand Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies. Sustainable technology features include natural ventilation and daylighting, occupancy sensors for lighting control, fire rated glass floor a green roof, and radiant heating and cooling tubes in the concrete floor and wall that utilize university well water. Samples of roof drainage can be collected from either the green roof or a traditional roof and analyzed in student labs, making the building a true interactive learning environment.

 

LITEFLAM XT 90 assisted with the buildings LEED Platinum certification.

Application: Interior, 1.5 hr fire-rated glass floor.
Year Completed: 200


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55 - 2495 Davies Avenue,
Port Coquitlam, BC, V3C 0B2

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