This week features the OHSU Center for Health & Healing South, the new Mountainside High School in Beaverton and Willamette Park

Under Construction:

OHSU Center for Health & Healing SouthPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - Plans include 341,437 square feet on 11 levels with functions including urgent care, a conference center, a loading dock and support functions.

3303 S.W. Bond Ave.

District: South Waterfront

Designer: ZGF Architects

Contractor: Hoffman Construction

The Block 28 garage, shown, is a mixed-use development being built for the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and includes a patient housing tower.

A terrace level on the garage roof will include a large children's play area and a tranquil adult outdoor space. The top four floors of the building will provide 76 rooms and the parking garage will have 687 spots on five floors.

It's being built in conjunction with a new ambulatory care facility on Block 29 to the south, a six-story project that will provide lodging, meals and support to pediatric and adult patients and families coming from around the state for treatment from OHSU. It will have ground floor retail and three stories of parking.

Both are projected to cost $200 million.

Under construction:

Mountainside High SchoolPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CRAIG BOLLEN - Hoffman Construction put more than 830,000 hours of work into the new high school.

12500 S.W. 175th Ave.

District: Beaverton

Designer: BORA Architects

Contractor: Hoffman Construction

Beaverton's sixth high school is slated to open this September along Scholls Ferry Road and Mountainside Way. The school's logo will be the Mavericks and the colors will be blue, silver and black. Todd Corsetti has been named planning principal after working at Whitford Middle, Sunset High and Southridge High schools.

Currently, work on the equipment installation, orchestra pit lift, gym paneling, turf field, paving and courtyards (among more) is being finished.

Completion is anticipated for this July and the total budget is $17.5 million. The construction budget is $3.7 million.

Under construction:

Willamette ParkPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - Plans also include upgrades to the Willamette Greenway Trail for commuters and recreation, stormwater treatment facilities, habitat improvements and artwork. This spot is going to be the second sports field, with the relocated playground nearby.

Southwest Macadam Avenue

Neighborhood: South Portland

Developer: City of Portland

Designer: Walker Macy Landscape Architecture

Plans to improve the 26.85-acre Willamette Park, in place since 2012, are taking place in the form of a number of projects. This summer it's in its final construction phase, improving pedestrian and bike circulation along the Willamette River Greenway Trail. Portland Parks & Recreation redeveloped the dog off-leash area, redesigned three park entries, improved the western multi-use trail and improved the dock. The Water Bureau constructed a new Hannah Mason Pump Station and the Bureau of Environmental Services restored oak tree habitats.

The development is resulting in temporary closures and detours this July.


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