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LCG Pence Construction Offices

LCG Pence Construction Offices

Consolidating several office locations into one place, the desire was for everyone to feel that they were home.

We are super proud when our project partners look to us to help them rethink their own spaces. LCG Pence Construction, an Oregon-owned and operated construction company focused on creating relationships and building through innovation, desired a vibrant workplace that would speak volumes about their dedication to quality and to their people. After much deliberation, they chose a location that met all their needs, and then turned to TVA to help them realize their vision. The existing tenant space was a warren of small rooms and lay-in tile ceilings. But once the space was stripped back, the inherent beauty of the full floor was appreciated.

Hoping to take full advantage of the natural light and views, we chose to minimize partition walls and maximize the open plan. Where necessary, we used glazed transom windows and vertical glass relites to open up the space, allowing solid walls to perform more like free-standing objects. The heart of the space is a central hub that supports LCG Pence’s vision of connecting staff in a collaborative, open environment.  Hard-working materials, blackened steel and solid ash, echo the industry that drives their business. Connectivity among teams is achieved with an expansive, unobstructed workspace and a variety of meeting environments that foster partnerships and communication.

 

Client
LCG Pence Construction
Location
Lake Oswego, OR
Date
2020
Size
20,363 sf
Pam Saftler Mandy Butler Spencer Russell Richard Rapp John Gonzales