BHE Survey Crews Remember Civic Stadium

Residents of Eugene are reminiscing about sunny summer days spent watching baseball at Civic Stadium and mourning the loss of the historic building in a fire. BHE Survey crews remember a day spent testing new Terrestrial Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) scanning equipment at the facility. This specialized technology takes a virtual snapshot in the form of a three-dimensional point cloud, assisting engineers with clash detection, verifying tolerances or creating a virtual as-built of installed equipment. All of the dimensions shown are sub-centimeter accurate and can be used to measure window sizes, grout joint spacing, interior pipes, existing joint locations and sizes, etc. Terrestrial Light Detection and Ranging LiDAR) Scan of Civic Stadium. Civic was a historic outdoor athletic stadium built in Eugene, Oregon in 1938. The stadium was destroyed by fire June 29, 2015. This image shows the three-dimensional scan layered over a traditional photograph. Click on the photo for a larger image. Civic Stadium This is Civic Stadium prior to the fire. Click here for media coverage of the fire and the aftermath.  

BHE Eugene Office moves to new location

On June 26, 2015, the Eugene office of BHE moved to a new location in downtown Eugene. The new office in the Woolworth Building is located at 940 Willamette Street, Suite 310. BHE's phone and fax numbers will remain the same. Thanks to the team at Rowell Brokaw Architects for their help in designing the new space.  

Portland schools prep for summer of construction

BHEGroup is on the Bassetti Architects and Lease Crutcher Lewis team providing civil engineering services for renovating historic Roosevelt High School for Portland Public Schools. This summer will see Portland Public Schools’ biggest construction season to date, spurred by the $482 million School Building Improvement Bond passed by voters in 2012. During the summer of 2013, rehabilitative construction work was completed on six schools, and in 2014 major work was done on more 12 schools. But this summer’s work calls for the biggest effort yet: construction work at 29 schools, including major restoration and new buildings at Franklin and Roosevelt high schools. More...