Owner: Oregon State University
Architect: SRG Partnership, Inc.
Contractor: Hoffman Construction
Johnson Hall houses the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University. This 62,400-square-foot, three-story superstructure consists of composite metal deck and structural steel-framed floors and roof. It also boasts a reinforced concrete bearing shear wall lateral force resisting system and a cold-formed steel and supplemental structural steel cladding backup support system. In order to maintain a column-free auditorium on the ground floor, a full-story steel transfer truss was required. Completed in 2016 with $34.2 million in construction costs, Johnson Hall received LEED Silver certification.
image credit(s): Josh Partee
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