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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78 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS PORTLAND CHAPTER Firm Profiles Merryman Barnes Architects, Inc. 503-222-3753 • www.merrymanbarnesarchitects.com 4713 N Albina Ave, Ste 304, Portland 97217 Merryman Barnes Architects, Inc. is an award-winning small firm with broad experience in diverse project types. We enjoy working collaboratively with clients to bring their visions to life and strive to make the process enjoyable for all. We are committed to creating sustainable, timeless and beautiful designs. For planning and feasibility studies, we blend a com- mon sense approach with a larger vision to create plans that are both practical and inspiring. We are a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE)-, Emerging Small Business (ESB) and Disadvantaged Business Enterpirse (DBE)-certified firm. We have LEED-accredited principals and are licensed in Oregon, Washington and Arizona. Projects include 419 E. Burnside mixed- use, King Parks Apartments, Willamette Center couples shelter, Oregon Zoo administration building, University of Oregon Innovation Center, Hewlett Packard Vancouver campus tenant improvements, Lafayette pedestrian bridge, Portland State University student health and counseling, German American Society, Flavel maintenance yard, Marylhurst archive build- ing, St. Juan Diego Catholic Church, Old Town Lofts, and Portland Classical Chinese Gardens. Principals Nancy Merryman, FAIA; Linda Barnes, FAIA; Douglas Benson, FAIA Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 10 Administrative 1 Total Personnel 11 Building Types Commercial 10% Educational 20% Industrial 5% Institutional 20% Multifamily 20% Religious 10% Residential 10% Retail 5% Main: PSU SHAC. Top: Old Town Lofts. Middle: 942 Olive. Bottom: Marylhurst.

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