Multnomah County Central Courthouse Achieves LEED Gold
We’re excited to announce the Multnomah County Central Courthouse has achieved LEED Gold certification from the USGBC.
The MCCCH Project Team sought to integrate sustainable solutions into every aspect of the courthouse design. The team collaborated with Multnomah County and Portland Gas and Electric to find a way for the photovoltaics on the Courthouse to bypass the building and ‘plug’ into the adjacent drawbridge, allowing them to fully utilize the power the courthouse generates and offset the energy costs for the bridge. They also specified innovative vacuum plumbing systems to maximize water efficiency, collaborated with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to acquire Environmental Product Declarations for the structural concrete, and adapted an existing historic structure on the project site into the courthouse complex.
Congratulations to the County and the Project Team involved:
– Owner: Multnomah County Facilities & Property Management Division
– Architect of Record: SRG Partnership
– Courts Design: CGL Companies
– General Contractor: Hoffman Construction Company
– Owner’s Representative: Day CPM
– Landscape Architect: PLACE
– Civil Engineer: MAZZETTI | BHEGroup
– Structural Engineer: KPFF
– Mechanical Engineer: Interface Engineering, Inc.
– Electrical Engineer: PAE Engineers
– Consultant: Studio Petretti Architecture
– Consultant: Architectural Resources Group
Check out the articles below to learn more about the project:
- Multnomah County Opens New, Safer Courthouse
- [Video] Take a Look into the Completed Multnomah County Courthouse
- [Video] Check out Technology Integrated in the New Multnomah County Courthouse