Project Portfolio // S.D. Deacon

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Classic Foods   Portland, OR

Aiming to achieve Platinum LEED Certification, the work included deconstruction of a 5,000 sf timber mezzanine for salvage, re-milling and reinstallation of new architectural features, replacement of heating system with high efficiency HVAC, and heat recovered from cooler/freezer compressors used to heat water and existing window assemblies salvaged for use in “viewable” production kitchen.

Future plans include installation of 20,000 sf of solar rooftop panels.

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Villa Granada   Santa Clara, CA

This project consisted of four-stories of wood framing for 270 units over two stories of below grade parking structure. Villa Granada achieved LEED Gold Certification with 44 points. This project was completed under budget and ahead of schedule and was acknowledged as the best quality workmanship the architect, BRE, has ever received.

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Congregation Neveh Shalom   Portland, OR

This renovated synagogue achieved LEED Silver Certification. S.D. Deacon documented all LEED materials, managed construction waste and recycling and implementing an indoor air quality plan. LEED elements include 5% parking area designated for low-emitting vehicles, roof run-off filtered via bioswales and flow through planters, solar security lighting installed in the parking area and drought resistant plants used in landscaped areas.

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Red Maple Village   Tracy, CA

This project, aiming to achieve LEED Certification, consisted of offsite and onsite grading and paving as well as signal and street lights, street widening and four shop buildings. The buildings are wood frame, plaster, thin brick, with detailed flatwork and a free-standing trellis. LEED elements include recycling of construction waste, high efficiency HVAC and lighting systems, including occupancy sensors and daylight dimming, indoor air quality plan, low VOC materials, use of recycled materials and water efficient systems.

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IKEA   Portland, OR

The construction of this two-story, 280,000 sf facility required close coordination with the Port of Portland and other agencies throughout the construction. This project achieved LEED Certification and included site selection with public transportation access, water efficient landscaping with storm water use, construction waste management and recycling and low-emitting materials.

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