An Award-Winning Team
PHK DevelopmentAward-winning mixed-use, urban developer, PHK Development, was founded on the simple principle: great spaces foster community. From conception to construction and beyond, PHK is committed to enhancing communities through neighborhood collaboration, timeless design, sustainable practices, and construction quality. Their mission is to create economically and environmentally sustainable projects that will endure for generations. PHK has developed more than 1.1 million square-feet of mixed-use residential projects in the Portland metro area. Notable projects include The Windward in Lake Oswego, Marvel 29 in St. Johns, 937 Condominiums in the Pearl District and Thurman Street Lofts in the NW 23rd District.
Hacker is a studio of 60 plus people, all united by a common desire to create spaces that enrich the world – spaces that make people feel much more connected to the landscape, to each other and to themselves. The studio believes that architecture is at its best when it is an honest expression of the people and the institutions it serves, when it interacts dynamically with its surroundings, and when it makes humble use of the earth’s resources. More than a craft or practice, Hacker sees architecture as a calling to create beauty and to serve humanity, requiring from each person their deepest listening, questioning, curiosity and engagement.
Andersen is the largest family-owned negotiated general contractor in the Portland metro area, and a strong supporter of the community. With more than 1,000 completed projects in the area, its portfolio is diverse and evolves with the ever-changing market. Andersen introduced tilt-up panels to Portland in the 1950s, and built a majority of the Fred Meyers in Oregon. It has become one of the area’s largest builders for healthcare, education, multi-family housing, advanced technology and parking garages. Local iconic projects include the original downtown Hilton Hotel, US Post Office, Kaiser Westside Medical Center, Cosmopolitan Tower and OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building.