Address Total SF/​Office SF Rate/Cost Description
Comcast East PDX Field Fulfillment Office
7900 NE Killingsworth St
Portland, Oregon 97218

Specht was selected by the Comcast Corporation in a competitive process to develop an approximately 50,400 SF facility in east Portland. The facility is intended to replace and improve upon an existing field fulfillment office and will allow Comcast to better serve its customer base on the east side of Portland. The facility includes approximately 25,000 SF of office space that will house employees from multiple divisions of Comcast. Specht assembled and led a project team that worked closely with Comcast and the neighborhood to successfully navigate a complex, multi-step, land use review process on a difficult site. The project, built on top of what was previously a rock quarry and landfill, involved brownfield remediation, soil stability challenges, deliberate participation with neighborhood stakeholders, and coordination with a wide range of government agencies. Specht anticipates beginning construction in November, 2015 and completing the project in July, 2016.

Tualatin Industrial Center
10100 SW Herman Road
Tualatin, Oregon 97062

Herman Road LLC, an entity affiliated with Specht Development, developed the Tualatin Industrial Center offering ready-to-own industrial buildings. The nearly 5-acre site has six lots on which 5 buildings, totaling 73,700 square feet, and one outdoor storage area were constructed. The project was completed in 2006 at a cost of $8,100,000. The property is located in Tualatin, Oregon and has convenient access to Interstate 5 and Highway 99.

Trailblazer Foods
17900 NE San Rafael Street
Gresham, Oregon 97230

Specht Development was hired to oversee the tenant improvement construction of 40,000 square feet of this food processing and packing facility. The project was completed in 2010.

Valley Catholic H.S. Science Building
4440 SW 148th Ave
Beaverton, Oregon 97078

Specht Development, Inc. was hired by Valley Catholic High School as the project manager for the new science center. Brian C. Jackson, LLC is the architect and Lease Crutcher Lewis the general contractor. The property is part of the Sisters of St. Mary Oregon campus in Beaverton, Oregon. The two-story, 13,000 square-foot science building will contain five state-of-the-art science labs. Pre-construction site work started in 2015 and the project is expected to be completed by August 2016.

1925 NW Amberglen Prkwy,
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Tyco Building
10025 SW Freeman Court
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

The Tyco Building is an excellent example of Specht’s ability to coordinate the design, construction, and management of complex projects. Specht developed this high-tech manufacturing and headquarters facility for Precision Interconnect, Inc. (a subsidiary of Tyco International). The project totals 260,000 SF and includes 200,000 SF of high-tech manufacturing space and 60,000SF of office. The total project cost was $23.5 million.

The facility was built for manufacturing medical device interconnects to very precise tolerances. This complex manufacturing facility, which involved multiple tiers of subcontractors and consultants, required extensive coordination by Specht in order to meet the aggressive development schedule and guaranteed cost of the project. The project was completed on time and for less than the original budget.

Wilsonville City Hall
29799 SW Town Center Loop
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

Specht Development completed this $11,500,000 project in October, 2006. The 7-acre development included a two-story, 30,000 square foot building with Emergency Operations Center and parking for staff and visitors, the extension of Courtside Drive and widening of Town Center Loop East. The design of the site and building allow for a future 10,000 sf building addition and the development of a remaining 1.9 acre parcel.

The city hall’s structure consists of a steel framework with concrete block pilasters. The exterior features red brick with well delineated columns to enhance the building’s civic presence. While the owner choose to forego the expense of LEED certification, many green features were incorporated into the project, which resulted in a 25 percent to 30 percent reduction in energy usage.

Willamette Marketplace
2000 SW 8th Avenue
West Linn, Oregon 97068

Specht Development, Inc. was hired by Venture Corporation as the Project Manager for the Willamette Marketplace located in West Linn, Oregon. Willamette Marketplace is a 73,620 square foot redevelopment of an aging retail center and was completed in June 2008.

The $20,000,000 project included the demolition of two buildings, remodeling of two buildings and new construction of three buildings. The Willamette Marketplace comprises three one-story retail buildings, a two-story office building, and a three-story building which has retail on the ground floor and medical & professional offices on the second and third floors. There is a separate entrance to the medical and professional offices on the second and third floors as well as a separate parking lot, grand entrance and a well-appointed lobby, complete with an elevator and restroom.

While redevelopment projects such as this one always present unique challenges when compared to greenfield development, this project also had to address serious reservations of the community regarding its scale. Work was done to ensure that the final product did not overshadow the small-town feel of the West Linn area.

Windfield Village
8170 SW Vlahos Drive
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

Windfield Village is a 3 story, 84-unit congregate care/senior housing facility located in Wilsonville, Oregon. The project incorporated several additional emergency systems, including nurse calls and emergency pull cords. In addition, exam rooms were built into the facility for the use of visiting physicians.

West Coast Paper
16705 NE Mason St
Portland, Oregon 97232

Specht was hired as the project manager to oversee the construction of this large paper distribution facility in NE Portland.