Lancaster Mobley is a consultant on a recently featured DJC Oregon article!
The project, Portland Community College (PCC) Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center (OMIC) won third place in the Secondary Education category. On the outskirts of Scappoose, PCC built a state of the art facility focused on providing manufacturing training programs to the area. The article goes on:
“The 32,245-square-foot facility will primarily serve PCC students and offer opportunities for K-12 to PhD students. OMIC was designed as a catalyst to enhance the competitiveness of the metal manufacturing industry, serving companies of all sizes through an industry-driven collaborative.
Strategic detailing of the unique envelope system, optimizing natural daylight and energy-efficient fixtures, in conjunction with a rooftop solar panel array, helped the 100 percent electric project meet lofty energy-reduction goals.”
Lancaster Mobley gathered crash data, and performed site distance and trip generation studies for the ambitious project.
Click here to see another one of our PCC projects.