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Chemeketa Community College
Applied Technology Facility
Carlson Veit Architects


New 53,560 sq. ft. mixed use building intended to anchor the north quadrant of the campus.  The northern half of the building houses the Machining workspace with a 40 foot clerestory space constructed of steel framing.  The southern half comprises classroom and support space for the Engineering and Drafting Departments.  The facility emphasizes passive solar heating and cooling utilizing cast-in-place concrete walls and composite concrete floor and roof slabs on steel framing. The structural lateral resisting system consists of a combination of concentric brace frames and special moment frames.  It was built to house the College’s machining, engineering, and drafting programs.

Chemeketa Community College
Brooks Regional Training Center
Studio 3 Architecture


A new 3-story 30,000 sq. ft. steel-framed classroom building was added to the Brooks Campus for the EMT program, Fire Protection program and Criminal Justice program.  The Burn Tower and Retention Pond were moved to another location to accommodate the new building.  The building is a steel framed structure with composite concrete on metal decking for the elevated floor systems. The exterior consists of sheet goods on metal studs with large expanses of glazing.   The lateral resisting system consists of a combination of steel moment frames and braced frames.

Other College/University Projects

Chemeketa Community College Technology Center
Chemeketa Community College Building 43 Addition
Chemeketa Community College, McMinnville, OR
 Linfield College Pioneer Hall, McMinnville, OR
 Linfield College Music Building, McMinnville, OR

Willamette University, Salem, OR

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