AIA Portland Profile

Profile 2017

A directory of members, including regular, Allied and Associate, of the AIA Portland chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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2017 PROFILE A GUIDE TO ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES 51 Firm Profiles Emerick Architects 503-235-9400 • www.emerick-architects.com 321 SW Fourth, #200, Portland 97204 Emerick Architects believes in creating great places by investing in craftsmanship. We are passionate about collaboration, hav- ing helped small artisans open their doors for the first time, local icons take their next step, and industry leaders stake their claim in our home state. From designing Portland's first LEED Gold home to restoring the city's oldest commercial building, our diverse portfolio includes custom homes, restaurants, wineries, high-end urban developments and creative office make- overs. Preservation, sustainability and artistry are synonymous with our work, and together these ideals help us to energize our communities, protect our resources and enhance our cultural values. Projects include Overland warehouse, NW 21st & Irving Apartments, Northwood residence, Southeast Division Street residence, Grand Central Bakery headquarters, Trader Joe's Hollywood District, Ford Building, and Fire Station No. 7. Awards include Oregon's Healthiest Employers (2016, 2015); Restore Oregon DeMuro Award (2015, 2014); Best of Houzz Design (2015, 2014, 2013); Portland Business Journal Small Business & Innovation Award (2014); IIDA/IEDA Best of Category and People's Choice Award (2013). Principals Melody Burghard Emerick, AIA; Brian Emerick, AIA Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 13 Interior Design 1 Administrative 1 Total Personnel 15 Building Types Commercial 40% Multifamily 20% Residential 40% MIDDLE PHOTO COPYRIGHT 2015 DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE/THE DOLAN COMPANY

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