PCC Newberg Center
Hennebery Eddy designed the initial academic/administrative building for the new Portland Community College (PCC) center in Newberg. It includes a computer lab, an administration suite, service core, an open commons, and four general purpose classrooms—two of which can be combined into one multi-purpose room.
The design is extremely energy efficient, using no more energy than can be produced onsite from solar panels. It incorporates a passive approach to mechanical systems including natural ventilation, daylighting, thermal mass, and a super insulated building envelope. The LEED Platinum project is participating in the Energy Trust of Oregon’s Path to Net-Zero incentives program.
Watch this video for more sustainable features of Newberg Center.
AIA Committe on the Environment Top Ten Green Projects, 2012
AIA Committee on Architecture for Education, Citation Award, 2012
Portland Chapter AIA, Sustainability Award, 2011
Portland 2030 Challenge Design Award, As Designed Category, 2010
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