Supporting Resilient Communities
Beaverton Public Safety Center | Beaverton, Oregon
The Beaverton Public Safety Center was designed to be a catalyst for the surrounding neighborhood. At 72,000 square feet and three-stories tall, the facility houses the Beaverton Police Department and the Office of Emergency Management. A Type V-B structure with 20'x27' column grid, the building was designed to be earthquake-resistant utilizing a structural steel frame with CLT floors and roof diaphragm.
*This project was delivered by Swinerton Mass Timber, prior to the establishment of Timberlab.
Owner | City of Beaverton
Architect | FFA Architecture + Interiors
Structural Engineer | KPFF Consulting Engineers
General Contractor | Skanska