Provided full A/E services to repair failing structural connections to large ceiling panels located in the lobbies, Courtrooms and Judges Chambers affecting 13 floors of the building.
Also provided services to replace the deteriorating drive isles of the basement parking garage under the building.
Public Sector - Corrections
Washington County enlisted the services of LEEKA Architecture to design a new accessible courtroom on the fourth floor of the Justice services building. Included in the design of the courtroom was the judges office and chambers as well as a jury room. To keep the other court rooms operating during the construction of this courtroom, non noisy work was conducted during the day while noisy work had to be conducted on off days or after hours. The courtroom was designed so a judge in a wheel chair would be able to use the courtroom un-assisted. The finished courtroom received positive praise from its users.
LEEKA Architecture and Planning served as Architectural Design sub consultants on the PMLR project for Prime Contractor CH2MHILL which in turn was awarded one of 5 segments of the development from the client, Tri Met.
Sub consulting fee is approximately $125,000. The project is currently under construction, has met the 50% completion milestone in July of 2013 with a completion date milestone in September of 2015.
The scope of work awarded to CH2MHILL is known as segment A. Segment A scope of work begins at the terminus of the downtown Mall line and runs down SW Lincoln street to a new overpass bridge which snakes under the Marquam bridge, runs parallel with Moody Avenue then turns east to end at the rivers edge to connect with the Bridge construction, (Segment B).
LEEKA Architecture and Planning, a state certified DBE firm and contracted under the prime contractor, CH2MHILL was tasked to collaborate with CH2MHILL’s other design subcontractor, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca, (ZGF). LEEKA Architecture and Planning was tasked to develop the LRT train stations located on 3rd/Lincoln and Moody/South Waterfront. In addition LEEKA was also charged with replacing an egress stair at the Portland State University Art building which was affected by the adjacent demolition of a building to make way for the track alignment. Other minor tasks bestowed to LEEKA Architecture included the development of a Bicycle parking oasis covered structure and initial design of various supporting substations along the alignment.
Blue Lake Regional Park Entrance Renovation Fairview, Oregon (Metro Project) 2015
Marianne Zarkin MZLA Architects
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LEEKA Architecture contracted under the team of Marianne Zarkin Landscape Architect, and won a contract with METRO to renovate the entrance of Blue Lake Regional Park. The scope of work was to increase the parks capacity to process vehicles thru the park entrance while reducing the line of cars that que into the main road. Additionally the park entrance identity was improved with new landscape sculpting, vegetation, signage, gates and small structures. The team lead by Marianne Zarkin achieved a 100% Small business MWESB team.
The team produced full construction documents and was involved from conception thru completion of the project. Mr. Neil Lee of LEEKA Architecture Designed and documented the three Entry buildings on the project. Completion of the project was June 2015.
· Programming and conceptual design
· Architectural Design services
· Construction procurement assistance services
· Rendering / modeling
· Materials research / specifications
· Interior and exterior design
· Project administration and supporting services
· Evaluation and planning services
· ADA site and plans
· Value analysis
Ground up development at Woodburn Crossings
Scope of work entailed demolition of several existing buildings and reconfiguration of the site for parking . Also included off site street improvements with ODOT. LEEKA Architecture collaborated with the Developer, Land owner and City of Woodburn to help facilitate the development. LEEKA Architecture provided a subconsultant team which included Civil, Structural, MEP, Landscape, Geotech, and traffic engineer to work thru Site Design review process and Building permitting.