Relocate Logistics Service Center
What Prompted the Need to Relocate?
TVF&R’s Logistics Services are currently housed at the North Operating Center in Aloha. Originally built in 1979, this campus was recently sold to Washington County. District leaders recognized the need to centrally locate these services within our boundaries to better serve the entire District.
TVF&R’s original plan was to build a new facility. However, the opportunity to purchase and retrofit an existing facility allowed for potential cost and time savings. The 40,000-square-foot building is located on 4.5 acres at 9991 SW Avery St. in Tualatin.
Logistics Service Functions
The District’s logistics service functions based at this facility will include: supply warehouse, fleet maintenance, communications, facilities maintenance, and administrative staff.
The Logistics Service Center will be built to essential facility standards. Essential facilities are buildings that support functions necessary for post-earthquake response and recovery. These facilities typically include police stations, fire stations, 911 dispatch centers, hospitals, schools, power-generating facilities, etc.
The building will feature seismic upgrades that meet current codes to withstand a major earthquake. In addition to staff workspaces, the building will have a meeting room, common work and storage areas, break rooms, and a workout room. It will be designed to operate for a minimum of 30 years.
The city issued Phase 2 permits. The contractor cleared trees from the site, and the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC rough-in work is nearly complete.
The city is ready to issue Phase 2 permits. Meanwhile, the contractor continues electrical, plumbing, and HVAC work and began preparations for mezzanine footings.
Electrical and plumbing work continues and framing is nearing completion at the station. The city continues to review the Phase 2 permit submittals.
The contractor continues framing work and began electrical and plumbing work in the building.
The contractor began framing and interior work.
Phase 1 work is complete, including creation of exterior openings, new roof installation, seismic upgrades, and addition of a new fleet truck concrete bay. The capital projects team waits for the city to finish its review of Phase 2 permit requests.
The city continues to review the Phase 2 permit submittals. Meanwhile, contractors poured the depressed slab for the fluids room and cut additional exterior openings in the building in preparation for Phase 2 work to begin.
The capital projects team submitted Phase 2 permitting documents to the city of Tualatin. Contractors prepared the fleet apparatus bays for concrete and are placing sheet metal flashing on the roof of the building.
The capital projects team is working to complete Phase 2 design documents. Meanwhile, contractors are nearly finished with roof work and started underground plumbing work.
Contractors cut a new opening for the fleet bays into the building, began interior concrete demolition, and continue roof work.
The capital projects team continues to work through the architectural review process for the remaining project scope. Meanwhile, the first phase of demolition work began. All existing shelving was dismantled and stored off-site.
The capital projects team submitted permit applications to complete early seismic work. The seismic package plans are under review by city staff. The design team plans to submit additional items to the city for architectural review.
The capital projects team submitted an architectural review package to the city.
Design work continues.
The capital projects team continues design work for renovating the existing facility.