New Residence Hall for cocc

Central Oregon Community College’s first residential facility was created to provide a traditional collegiate experience for incoming students. In addition to an innovative suite-style unit, the building design includes generously glazed public spaces for study and socializing — and to make visual connections to campus and the unique terrain.

*Seth Moran, while Project Designer at Mahlum
Photography by Alan Brandt




Conceived both from the history of the timber-processing economy and the raw beauty of Central Oregon, this townhome community provides a modern, walkable lifestyle. Each light-filled unit provides two or three bedrooms with ground-level studios, private garages, a covered deck, and access to a landscaped court.

*Michael Flowers, while Project Architect at Hacker Architects
Photography by Terry Iverson



Ackerman Hall

This live/learn residence hall was designed to create strong connections between residential and academic life. Providing returning students with an alternative to living in off-campus housing, the facility blends scholastic and housing programs into a single community. Placed adjacent to The Grove — an open space in the center of campus — the facility becomes a transformational destination, hosting both private and public activities.

*Seth Moran, while Project Designer at Mahlum
Photography by
Lincoln Barbour



Bend, Oregon

Scope: Five-story, wood-framed structure over podium
Cost: $15.6 million
Area: 84,000 sq ft
Team: *Mahlum, KPFF, PAE, HHPR
Earth Advantage gold certifiied


Bend, Oregon

cope: Three-story, new-construction townhomes
Cost: $9.5 million
Area: 25 units
Team: *Hacker Architects, project^
Earth Advantage Home platinum certified


Monmouth, Oregon

Scope: Four-story, wood-framed, mixed-use building
Cost: $16.0 million
Area: 91,000 sq ft
Team: *Mahlum, JG Pierson Structural, Interface, Cardno
First LEED Platinum Residence Hall in the US