The Modern Era: 1989-2011
|◀ West 8th, 2010. Lewis built a 28-story, 520,000 square foot office tower. The project achieved LEED-CS Gold (quickly, with no follow-up questions, aided by 13 credits Lewis helped find). The building is structural steel with a concrete core, with 480 parking spaces both below-grade and on floors 2 and 3. Core construction set a record for cycle time for a Peri system, often just three days per cycle on floors 14-28.||The University of Oregon’s Integrated Science Building was modeled to address specific access issues, crane placement, and facility coordination.|
|Bart Ricketts, current Portland General Manager, will be the next CEO in 2012.||◀ Lewis completed a new multi-pool aquatics center in 2009 called the East Portland Community Center Natatorium. It was the company’s first LEED Platinum project. Lewis is a leader in sustainable construction.|
|Lewis' WebPM won the first ever AGC Award for technology.
|◀ WebPM is a customized application of SharePoint, dramatically improving project document coordination - speeding communication, saving time for the entire team, and ensuring that every detail is covered. It was recently praised by project partners on the five month, 12-floor, LEED Gold tenant improvement for the GSA in Portland.||Building the Second & Seneca dome, 1991|