american heating Mercy
Size
123,000 sf
Contract Cost
$2.5 Million
Completion
Completed July 2008
LEED
Gold
Services Performed
Mechanical installation

Les Schwab Corporate HQ

Les Schwab relocated their corporate headquarters to Bend, OR in 2008. Their new 123,000 sf building houses offices, conference rooms, kitchens, locker rooms and a data center. Many energy conservation features were incorporated into the design.

Les Schwab contracted with American Heating to perform the mechanical install for this building. This enormous building is served by ten rooftop A/C units feeding an underfloor air distribution system that maximizes employee comfort. Two CRAC units and a roof mounted dry cooler handle the sizeable cooling load of the data center.

American Heating also installed a start-of-the-art Trane DDC system to serve this project. The Trane system provides building control through a single integrated interface allowing total control of the building’s indoor environment.

View full project details for the Les Schwab HQ heating and cooling system installation by downloading the PDF.

See the case study on Oregon Energy Trust website.

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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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