College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest

The new College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific-Northwest (COMP-NW) is the first medical college constructed in 100 years in Oregon, and has graduated 200 new physicians since opening in 2011. The building has two 200-seat distance learning auditoriums with state-of-the-art projection and audio equipment, an anatomy lab, a vivarium, biology lab, simulation classrooms, faculty offices, student center, and general classrooms. The building is designed to expand to 110,000sf during Phase II construction. Medical students are able to attend classes at nearby Oregon State University and serve internships for Samaritan’s Lebanon, Corvallis and Albany Hospitals.

A signature sustainable feature of this project is a living biofiltration wall of plants through which all of the return air is filtered to detoxify interior air.

CLIENT

Western University

PROJECT TYPE

Academic Medical Building

CONSTRUCTION TYPE

New Construction

LOCATION

Lebanon, Oregon

SIZE

56,000 SF

COMPONENTS

Auditoriums, anatomy lab, vivarium, biology lab, simulation classrooms, faculty offices, student center, general classrooms

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