The new Lillis Business Complex of the University of Oregon, designed by the
Portland architectural firm SRG Partnership, was not only designed to be a green
building, but has also earned LEED silver status. With a desire to use daylighting
as an interior lighting source, Lease Crutcher Lewis Construction, general contractor,
and Pacific Glass, glazing contractor, selected products from the Vistawall Group
to meet this demand.
Working with the architect and solar consultant, Vistawall Architectural Products
incorporated solar voltaic glass modules into its CW-250 curtainwall. Wiring harnesses
were also routed back into the building connecting DC/AC converters.
Other products used from the Vistawall Group included the Multiplane storefront
system with zero sightline operable project-out windows from Moduline. Moduline
provided the 3-foot, 9-inch and 7-foot, 8-inch extra large vents the job as well.