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 87 Firm Profiles Otak, Inc. 503-287-6825 • www.otak.com 808 SW Third Ave, Ste 300, Portland 97204 Creativity. Integrity. Skill. Since 1981, Otak has built our reputation based on strengthening our communities, performing exciting work and serving our clients. Our goal is to provide designs that fuel next-generation communities, guided by our staff of experts in planning, urban design, architecture, engineering, natural resource sciences and project development. We are proud of our achievements in design, which include winning competitions and awards for projects in settings as diverse as Yellowstone National Park to commercial housing developments. As an interdisciplinary firm, we practice collaboration throughout the design process, with a focus on long-term solutions that yield superior results. We listen, ask questions and build our expertise through a process of shared exploration. Otak supports our community and environ- ment, organizing employee volunteer efforts with Habitat for Humanity and participating in the annual PARK(ing) Day and EcoChallenge. Principals Brian Fleener, AIA, NCARB, director of architecture Firm Personnel by Discipline Architectural 29 Interior Design 1 Planning 19 Landscape Architecture 9 Engineering 138 Marketing 9 Administrative 31 Other 23 Total Personnel 259 Building Types Commercial 15% Industrial 10% Institutional 10% Multifamily 50% Other 15% Main: Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, Rocky Flats, Colorado. Top: 15 West Affordable Housing, Vancouver, Washington. Bottom: The Century at North Cook Infill Development, Portland, Oregon.

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