LEED Gold Certified Metal Building with Reverse Lean-To

The LEED® Gold certified Dealership Services Technology building at Portland Community College consists of three single slope custom metal buildings and two lean-tos. The 7,357 sf shop space includes three 3-ton bridge cranes, two 1-ton jib cranes, and three overhead doors. The classroom space houses three classrooms in total that have specific electrical equipment, projectors, and movable furniture for an easily modified space — all necessary for the specifics of the training program. An open lean-to and mechanical room complete the structure.

A SSII standing seam roof panel in special color Tundra Gray and R-Panel wall system in Cool Zinc Gray were utilized, with interior and exterior exposed steel accented by a bright teal color unique to the campus. A -3:12 below eave canopy by CBC at the entrance of the administration building adds dimension and character to the building's modern exterior. In addition, solar panels are located on the roof of the shop building.

  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Size: 16,000 sf
  • Wall System: R-Panel
  • Wall Color: Cool Zinc Gray (custom)
  • Roof System: SSII Standing Seam
  • Roof Color: Tundra Gray (custom)
  • End Use: Heavy Equipment Tech School
  • Case Study: View Case Study

  • CBC Builder: Robert Evans Company
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