Oregon State Hospital
About This Project
Carlson participated on the new Oregon State Hospital in Salem, Oregon which included the renovation and remodel of the historic Krikbride Building.
This project brings the long-awaited replacement of Oregon’s 127-year-old State Hospital in Salem. New construction includes a three-story, structural steel building to house patient housing, staff offices, treatment rooms and recreation areas. The historic “J” building (Kirkbride) will be partially demolished, with some parts being restored. Once complete, the hospital will house 620 beds within 800,000 sq ft.
Carlson’s client on this project was CH2M Hill. Contacts at CH2M Hill are Mr. Dan Dowell, PE and Ron Monteferrante. The general contractor was Hoffman Construction and Mike Erdman was the project superintendent. The project design team included: KPFF Structural Engineers and PBS Environmental.
Related infoBased on our superior performance on the Oregon State Hospital project in Salem, Oregon, Carlson was awarded Phase II of this project in Junction City, Oregon. The Junction City project consisted of a new concrete tilt-up building with a capacity of 110 beds.
- Soil, rock, and asphalt compaction and inspections
- Concrete and rebar inspection
- Shotcrete inspection
- Post-tensioned & pre-stressed concrete inspections
- Welding inspections in the shop and field
- High strength bolting inspections
- Ultrasonic testing
- Structural anchor inspections
- Proprietary and seismic anchor inspections
- Structural masonry inspections
- Fireproofing inspections
- Welder certification
- Skidmore-Wilhelm testing