Fall Creek Farms

Fall Creek Farms

Relocate and Remodel

Fall Creek Farm’s story began in 1978. The founders have a rich story rooted in their passion for blueberry farming. Throughout the years, the owners wore multiple hats as the company expanded, with major milestones taking place during the 1990s. Fall Creek farms became the exclusive American nursery for New Zealand’s Hort Research first patented variety, which they bought the sole rights for in 2005. Throughout this time, Fall Creek Farms became known for their successful plant quality and uniformity.

As growth and expansion continued, the owners put a plan in place in order to be responsive to increased demands. In 2019, Fall Creek Farms decided to move their central services from their home base on the farm in Lowell to Eugene. This new office space provides for their current needs while allowing for future expansion. A variety of workspaces, including large, open collaborative areas, conference rooms and enclosed meeting rooms uniquely named to reflect their history and story. The finishes and colors throughout connect this new office space to the farm and exemplify their mission: “Building a world with better blueberries through exceptional plants, relationships, innovation and customer success.”

Project Details:

Contract Type: CMGC, GMP
Client: Fall Creek Farms
Architect: Rowell Brokaw Architects
Location: Eugene, OR
Year: 2021
Price: $517,000