BEAVERTON HONDA | BEAVERTON, OR

Service size: 31,800 SF
Sales size: 24,300 SF

Client: Lanphere Enterprises
Architect: Timothy Brunner, AIA

Completion: Phase One - Oct. 2008 | Phase Two - June 2008 | Phase Three -June 2010

Beaverton Honda was planned and executed in three phases. Phase one included the design and construction of a new 31,800 SF automotive service facility with 100 roof top parking stalls. One of the project’s main challenges was the strict site constraints because of the proximity to a wetland and creek. AXIS coordinated the site design, planning and worked with Washington County, Clean Water Services and FEMA requirements to create a good design solution for the client.

Phase two included the design and construction of a new vehicle and truck bridge across the creek connecting isolated portions of the site. AXIS worked with the local jurisdictions, Department of State Lands and Oregon Department of Transportation to ensure the design addressed all environmental concerns surrounding the wetland and creek.

Phase three included the renovation and addition to an existing Chrysler building and transformed the space into retail sales and office space that totaled 24,300 SF. The project included exterior design, interior space planning and a seismic upgrade as well as full electrical, mechanical and plumbing upgrades. A new pedestrian plaza was also created on the challenging sloped site for connectivity to the street system and ADA accessibility for the adjacent parking area.