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The renovated timber and brick Ecotrust Building features a green roof, permeable pavement and bioswales. 95% of stormwater is managed onsite and 98% of deconstruction debris was reused. (KPFF Project)


Sustainable Features:

  • First historic renovation project in the nation to earn LEED 2.0 certification.

  • First LEED Gold-certified building in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Highest-ranked LEED project in Oregon at time of opening.

  • 7,000-sf ecoroof.

  • Native plantings.


Awards:

  • 2001 Northwest Construction Magazine 2.0 Award of Excellence

  • 2002 Portland Visitors Association It’s Not Easy Being Green Award

  • 2002 Governor’s Livability Award

  • 2008 Urban Land Institute Award of Distinction, Development of Distinction


Nearby Attractions:

ECOTRUST BUILDING

(Jean Vollum Natural Capital Building)