Oregon State University Forest Science Complex

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This state-of-the-art replacement building will reinforce OSU’s international status as a premier forestry college.

A 3-story, 80,687 square foot replacement of Peavy Hall highlights the project and ties directly into Richardson Hall. Built with a cross laminated timber structure and unique exterior combination of glass and accoya treated wood, the building will house innovative classrooms, laboratories, offices and meeting spaces. A 16,000 square foot advanced wood products building  and a 1,000 square foot field instrument room are also part of the project scope.

A.A. "Red" Emmerson Advanced Wood Products Laboratory: Houses sophisticated manufacturing systems, a high-bay lab with a unique strong floor for full-scale product design and a design lab to support interdisciplinary education programs.

The state-of-the-art facility will provide a transformative educational experience across a full range of forestry and natural resources degree programs. The look and atmosphere of the complex will reinforce Oregon State’s international status as a premier forestry, natural resources, and wood science institution devoted to improving our forest landscapes and ecosystems.

Location

Corvallis, OR

Owner

Oregon State University

Architect

Michael Green Architect

Features

Square Footage

100,000 SF