WHPacific assisted with the rezone, comprehensive plan amendment, master planning and creation of design details for the Hoyt Street Yards, a 40-acre piece of prime urban real estate in the heart of downtown Portland. Hoyt Street Yards is now called the “Pearl District”, and is a world-renowned arts district. Its mix of residential / commercial [...]
WHPacific, along with their strategic partner, JCJ Architecture Inc., designed the new 390,000 square foot Wild Horse Pass Casino & Hotel Resort. This facility included a 70,000 square foot gaming floor to accommodate 1,339 gaming devices, 45 blackjack tables, 25 poker tables, a night club, 4 dining facilities for 1000 food and beverage seats, a [...]
The Arizona Museum for Youth - one of the nation’s Top 10 children’s museums with more than 60,000 visitors annually - has increased its storage, exhibit and classroom space. The project represents the first private/public construction project for the City of Mesa. The project encompasses master planning of the 99,300 s.f. site, interior renovation of [...]
Signature Project Tons of produce and perishable foods move through this distribution facility on a daily basis. WHPacific performed a site feasibility analysis and had a lead role in the project entitlements for the redevelopment of this former Boeing facility. WHPacific subsequently provided site civil design and surveying for a fully refrigerated facility. 300,000 cubic [...]
WHPacific provided architecture, mechanical, electrical and civil design for a unique 174,290 sf recreational facility. The facility is 290 feet wide, 601 feet long and 85 feet tall. The dome is the largest air-supported sports dome in North America, measuring roughly one football field wide by two football fields long. It houses a six-lane 400 [...]
Signature Project Since 1998, WHPacific has provided full services, from creation of a new Plan District through master planning and design, to final construction documents and construction services, and continues to provide ongoing site development work. WHPacific was the lead designer of the development’s Primary Infrastructure Development, and Airport Way Overcrossing and North Access Interchange. [...]
TOC Management Services, in association with Sclater Partners Architects, retained WHPacific as the civil engineering, landscape architecture and surveying consultant for this distinctive office and training facility located at Seaway Center.