16-Story Mixed-Use Tower at PSU

Towering 16-stories into the city skyline is Portland State University’s (PSU’s) College Station, a 283-unit residential facility that is the brainchild of a partnership between American Campus Communities (ACC), a company that invested $90-million in development, and PSU which signed a 65-year lease.  By reserving a portion of the building for a fitness area and future first-floor retail space, PSU is fulfilling its vision of becoming an “internationally recognized urban university known for excellence in student housing.”

Bergelectric was responsible for delivering the electrical and systems installation at the mixed-use development that provides a lecture hall, classrooms and uniquely-designed social lounge areas, in addition to much-needed housing for nearly 1,000 students at the urban campus.  “We were able to streamline installation through the extensive use of prefabrication of outlets, tel-data devices and overhead conduit rack systems located throughout the 375,000-sf facility,” noted Bergelectric’s Project Manager.

Size
375,000-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$6.1 Million

Duration
December 2010 – January 2013

Delivery Method
Design-Bid-Build

Other Team Members
Walsh Construction
SERA Architects
PAE Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Berg Regional Office
Portland

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