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Student Services Building & Bill Brod Community Center

Student Services Building & Bill Brod Community Center

At the new Student Services building and Bill Brod Community Center refresh project, Clackamas Community College will provide a one-stop resource destination for new students learning to navigate college success while balancing other life commitments. Recognizing that the experience for students arriving on campus for the first time in an unfamiliar and often intimidating ...
Auburn Elementary School

Auburn Elementary School

Auburn Elementary School is a single-story elementary school developed in multiple phases beginning in 1955. Opsis is working on the new addition and renovation to replace 11 portable classrooms previously added to accommodate enrollment growth, while also enhancing core areas that no longer meet the space needs for the student population. When completed, the expanded ...
North Eugene High School

North Eugene High School

In November 2018, the Eugene community approved a bond measure which included a $135M replacement of the existing  1957 North Eugene High School. The Opsis and Rowell Brokaw team was selected to design a new facility to support 1,200 students with modern teaching and learning activities, including dedicated space for career technical education and access to health ...
New Urban High School

New Urban High School

New Urban High School (NUHS) is a North Clackamas School District alternative school in downtown Oak Grove, combining a non-traditional setting with arts-based curriculum. With a maximum student population of 200, class sizes are small, which allows teachers to devote their attention to each individual student. This application-based magnet school emphasizes ...
Madison High School

Madison High School

The 296,000 sf Madison High School will be a transformational rebuilding of the 1958 facility to create 21st century learning environments that serve the city’s most diverse student population. A two-year master planning and design effort involved hundreds of school and community stakeholders through a series of hands-on interactive workshops. Significant portions ...
Patricia Reser Center for the Arts

Patricia Reser Center for the Arts

The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will offer a unique blend of urban and natural elements that will embody Beaverton’s defining attributes and sense of place. The Center will serve the region’s population and will attract visitors from outside the area to experience art, culture, events, and business functions in downtown Beaverton. The community’s aspiration ...
Sam Barlow High School

Sam Barlow High School

The completed Sam Barlow High School project will transform the 1960 – 70’s era facility to create true 21st century learning environments focused on STEM, CTE and Performing Arts programs. The community of the school will be brought together with a new Commons at the very center of the school. The Commons will be a series of varying scaled and distinctly programmed ...
University of Idaho Arena

University of Idaho Arena

When completed in 2021, the 4,000-seat Arena will be national model for the use of mass timber for long-span sports facilities.  The wood architecture was the focus of the design competition selection process, which creates a one-of-a-kind facility that will be a key part of  athletic programs recruiting. Serving as the home for varsity basketball team, the project ...
Vault Theater

Vault Theater

The Vault Theater re-envisions a 1948 branch bank building into a modern and intimate performing arts venue that is the new home for Bag & Baggage Productions, an accomplished regional theatre company based in Hillsboro, OR. The new theater features a highly adaptable black box space that integrates innovative video based production format. The Opsis design inserts ...
May Street Elementary

May Street Elementary

The new May Street Elementary School will replace the existing elementary school located at May Street and 10th Street. The new May Street Elementary School will be constructed on the south portion of the site at the intersection of 10th and Pine St so the existing school can remain in operation during construction. Once occupied, the old school will be demolished to make ...
Community Center at 53rd Ave

Community Center at 53rd Ave

Currently under construction, the Community Center at 53rd Avenue is located at the heart of Hillsboro, Oregon’s expanding community and forms the anchor of a master-planned park. Opsis designed the multi-generational community center to integrate into a new, 20-acre community park with remnant forest. The innovative green design and light-filled architecture ...