Case Study: Harrison West Tower Re-pipe

The Harrison West Condominium Association required a re-pipe of their historic 24-floor residential tower situated in the desirable PSU area of Portland Oregon. Community Engineering Services, PLLC formed a team with engineering specialists Dan Robles, PE, David Coles, PE, Architect Richard Bosch, AIA and a CM consultant. Through the client’s commitment to research, analysis, and insisting upon the services of experienced Engineers and Architects, many unique opportunities were discovered while substantial costs and risks were avoided. The resulting renovation is now considered among the most robust in the Pacific Northwest.


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