TONKIN GLADSTONE HYUNDAI
Tonkin Gladstone Hyundai is a two-phase project to remodel an existing auto dealership in Gladstone, OR. Phase 1 involves the renovation of an existing service building to accommodate an alignment bay, three service bays, a detail bay and wash bay. Renovation to include updates to interior and exterior finishes, installing a new oil/water separator, and adding (4) new exterior overhead doors. After the completion of Phase 1, Phase 2 will involve the complete demolition and reconstruction of the existing showroom building with new finishes to accommodate the new Hyundai branding image. Exterior shaped-sky fascia with new illuminated signage, open curtain wall glazing and interior inclined columns. Additions to include 5,760 S.F. of showroom and a new 1,575 S.F. enclosed vehicle service drive. The attached service building will remain in-tact and operational during construction. The project involves adding a new fire suppression system to the building, constructing a new raised vehicle display plaza, new mechanical and plumbing systems, and replacing all existing lighting on site with sustainable LED fixtures. Estimated project completion February 2019.
This project involves a new 20,000 S.F. service building addition at the existing Vancouver Toyota auto dealership in Vancouver, WA with 14 new service lift stations, a recessed alignment bay, and four flush-mount quick-lube stations. The addition will also include a new parts loading and receiving area with two separate two-story parts storage areas with tech parts counter. This project nearly doubles the area of the existing 20-bay service department. Design will incorporate new in-ground radiant heating system and new exhaust rail system. Exterior roof drainage will connect to an existing rain water collection system for use by the adjacent car wash facility. New parking lot modifications to match existing pervious paving system with new landscape planters and exterior LED site lighting. Estimated project completion January 2019.
RON TONKIN CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE RAM FIAT
This project involves a renovation to the existing Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat dealership building located in Milwaukie, OR. The existing facility contains three showrooms and two full-size service departments. The Jeep showroom will be partially demolished and reconstructed to bring the facility to current branding standards with new exterior finishes and illuminated exterior signage. The project will involve remodeling the existing exterior display plaza, site and frontage ADA upgrades, and the incorporation of new on-site storm infiltration facilities. Complete interior remodel throughout with new finishes, fixtures, and sustainable LED lighting. Mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and structural systems will be updated. A new 5,300 S.F. service addition to be constructed on site with 10 new service bays, detail bay and enclosed car wash facility. Estimated project completion March 2019.
TROUTDALE DEPOT RENOVATION
Building renovation of the Troutdale Depot Rail Museum rebuilt in 1907 after fire destroyed original 1882 Depot. Exterior improvements will include: replacement of two existing windows, new exterior handrails and building repainting. Interior improvements will include: creating two separate tenant spaces while maintaining current museum space along with a new ADA rest room, new tenant kitchenettes and new interior lighting.
SOUTH TACOMA HONDA
South Tacoma Honda is remodeling their existing auto dealership showroom in Tacoma, WA to current Honda Generation III standards. The project involves demolishing and reconstructing the main exterior Honda entrance cylinder with new 26’-0” glazing and radial aluminum composite panels along with in-ground LED accent lighting. Other exterior renovations to include new illuminated exterior signage, paint, and finishes. The interior will be updated with new finishes, fixtures and furnishings. A reconfigured service writer area will allow for greater flexibility with custom-designed casework. Showroom remodel will involve removing a section of wall to increase visibility from the customer lounge to the showroom. Estimated project completion September 2018.
CLACKAMAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
BARLOW HALL - AUTOMOTIVE RENOVATION
OREGON CITY, OR
AXIS has completed the first phase of the Barlow Hall renovation at CCC which included: Due Diligence, Program Validation, Planning Confirmation and Schematic Design for the Automotive Department: Auto Service, High School Auto Service and Collision Repair & Refinishing Tech. programs. They represent facilities management, administration and three educational programs in the Department. Through several meetings, a questionnaire and space inventories, we were able to agree on a design approach that met the various program needs. Listening to the stakeholders, we narrowed the building layout options down to one scheme that we developed in Schematic Design in collaboration with civil, landscape, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and equipment suppliers.
DHS CUSTOMS BORDER PATROL FIELD OFFICE
An office and storage tenant improvement for us Customs Border Protect service in Portland, Oregon. Exterior improvements will include: new secure government vehicle parking area, new security fencing and new anti-ram bollards for building façade protection. Interior improvements will include: re-design of the public entry lobby, a new global entry room, training room, break room and restroom upgrades, as well as building wide room finish upgrades. Work will also include security and communication systems upgrades and selective mechanical and electrical system upgrades.
BEAVERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT:
ALOHA HIGH SCHOOL - AUTO TECH CTE
Beaverton School District is renovating and expanding their existing Auto Tech Career and Technical Education (CTE) program space at Aloha High School located in Aloha, OR. This project involves renovating their existing Auto Tech facility with expansion to allow for future growth. The program at Aloha High School is the only certified program in the state at the high school level and enables students to receive college credit. Renovation will involve adding natural daylighting and ventilation to the facility with the goal of designing an environment for students to learn and develop skills in a state-of-the art training facility. New vehicle service equipment to meet current industry standards with open classroom and flex spaces to maximize the functionality and use of the space. Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire system, and structural system modifications will be required. Estimated project completion August 2019.