1102 Lincoln Street, Eugene, OR
This $2 million tenant improvement involved the conversion of 18,000 square feet of leased office space for the City of Eugene Municipal Court. The job required collaboration between the building owner, tenant and contractor. The building owner hired the architect, while the tenant hired the structural engineer. We brought mechanical and electrical subcontractors on board and were charged with coordinating the project among these various parties. The project was launched with an aggressive four-month timeline. We completed it on June 5, 2012.
Early in the project, while demoing a wall, we came upon a dusty, old wallet that we passed on to local newspaper columnist Bob Welch. We’ll let him tell you the rest of that story.
Client: Roberts Property Management
Location: Eugene, OR
Architect: L.A. Kersh Architecture
Size: 18,000 sq. ft.
Cost: $2 million
Completion: June 2012