Owner: Oregon Health & Science University
Architect: SRG Partnership, Inc.
Contractor: Skanska USA Building, Inc.
Oregon Health & Science University Center for Radiochemistry Research is a 9,000-square-foot, two-story addition built to house and shield sensitive equipment for radiopharmaceutical development and production and for PET imaging. Completed in 2016 with $9.5 million in construction costs, the structure consists of composite structural steel and concrete shear walls. The project required a partial building demolition in order to accommodate new construction while remaining in use. A retrofit solution was needed to allow for continual building use during construction.
image credit(s): Christian Columbres
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