Adaptive Reuse in Portland, OR at U-Haul Moving & Storage at Columbia

Histoire du bâtiment

 

The Coast Packing Company was founded in 1922 by three partners who originally desired to get into the livestock and meat production industry. The company processed selections of pork, beef and smoked animal products. Unfurtunately, the company was imapcted by the economic downturn in the 1960's and profitability suffered. Upper management elected to to remain in the animal processing industry, but altered the company to focus on the processing of animal shortening products. The company survived the reconfiguring and has thrived to become one of the largest animal and animal-vegetable shortening manufacturers in the southwestern United States. The Coast Packing Company building was built in 1967 and U-Haul acquired the building in 2016.

Impact environnemental

Serving U-Haul customers since 2016, this facility was built through adaptive reuse of an abandoned building. La réutilisation adaptative favorise l'aménagement intercalaire dans le but de renforcer les communautés. Parmi les bienfaits obtenus, la réutilisation a permis d'éviter :

  • 1,428 tons of metal manufacturing & transportation prevented
  • le coulage de 4 761 tonnes de nouveau béton
  • 6 268 tonnes de débris de construction et de démolition

Energy-efficiency and waste-reduction programs at this facility provide the following estimated benefits each year for the Portland community:

  • 7 643 979 livres d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre
  • Utilisation de l'acier

    Steel Production 1 428 tons (1 296 tonnes) of steel manufacturing and delivery saved to date

  • Consommation d'énergie

    Energie Des économies de 0 kWh par année

  • Utilisation du béton

    Béton Coulage de 4 761 tonnes (4 320 tonnes) de nouveau béton évité à ce jour.

  • Émissions de CO2

    Émissions 7 643 979 lb (3 467 286 kgs) d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre ont été évitées

  • Débris pour les sites d'enfouissement

    Débris pour les sites d'enfouissement 6 268 lb (5 688 kg) de débris de construction ont été évitées