american heating Mercy
Size
10K / 40k / 50k sf
Contract Cost
Varies
Completion
Various
LEED
N/A
Services Performed
Design/Build HVAC Install

New Seasons Markets

New Seasons is a locally-owned organic food market with 10 locations in Oregon. New Seasons’ customer-friendly designs have allowed them to adapt to urban environments and create a centerpiece of local neighborhoods.

American Heating, Inc. served as the design / build contractor on six of the 10 stores. We also installed the mechanical system on three stores that were designed by Interface Engineering.

New Seasons Markets strives to be environmentally conscious and sustainable. Through the use of highly efficient mechanical systems, these markets use less energy and have a drastically reduced carbon footprint.

***New Seasons 11th store located at Progress Ridge in Beaverton, OR is currently in the design phase. This will be the 10th store that American Heating has proudly been involved with.***

Link to PDF printable case study.

Leed Spotlight

University Pointe at College Station

August 2012

Portland State University’s new 16 story dorm will have room to house nearly 1,000 students.

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LATEST NEWS:
November 13, 2012:

Another great project we are proud that we are a part of.  Check out what the sister’s have to say about the “orange shirts”.

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March 15, 2012:

Finalists for DJC 2012 top projects announced.  American Heating was involved with 14 of the projects on this list.  Check out the article on the DJC Oregon website.

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February 8, 2012:

Legendary collaboration between four great NW General Contractors.  We are proud we were also able to be a part of this. Check out the DJC article.

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July 15, 2011:

Very thankful that we got to be a part of this project and the outcome is fantastic.  It was another rewarding project with Walsh Construction. Check out the article from the Oregonian…

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June 2, 2011:

Set to open to the public on June 2, 2011, the Bud Clark Commons was a fantastic project to be a part of. See the DJC article. See our project profile.

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