A part of Portland's sustainable and environmentally conscious approach, efforts are being made to reduce the amount of waste entering landfills.  The Suttle Road Recovery Facility, owned and operated by solid waste management company Recology, serves as a transfer station for food waste on its way to be composted.  Stearns supplied the steel for a brand new pre-engineered office building, as well as two pre-engineered additions to the existing facility.


Project Details

Client: Recology

Location: Portland, Oregon

Contractor: InSpec Group

Architect: Livermore Architecture & Engineering

Engineer-of-Record: PBS Engineering & Environmental

Size: 16,600 square feet

Number of Levels: 1

System Type: Structural Steel, Pre-Engineered Metal Building

Completion Date: 2012