SRG Partnership, Inc.
SRG Partnership, Inc.
621 SW Morrison Street, Suite 200
Portland, Oregon, USA
We recognize our work not just as buildings or projects, but as opportunities to transform whole communities and create meaningful places for people to learn, live, and thrive now and long into the future. To us, this means making places that endure.
Founded in 1972, SRG remains true to our original mission: elevating design as a shared value. With offices Portland and Seattle, our deep roots in the Northwest come with a high regard for our region’s connection to nature and dedication to giving our rapidly growing communities opportunities for healthy living.
Our 90-person firm has earned a position of respect for our research-based practice that focuses on sustainable strategies and breaking boundaries within architectural design.
Over the years, SRG’s practice has expanded to include a wide range of specializations: sports and fitness, civic and cultural, education, research, healthcare, urban design, master planning, and sustainable design. The thread running through all our projects, connecting small and large across disciplines, is a commitment to design excellence that raises standards for aesthetics, experience, function and performance.
Nothing inspires us more than combining multiple disciplines to challenge conventional ideas and gain new insights. With tremendous idealism and a focus on innovation, our collaborative approach achieves great results at every scale.
– WSU Everett, Washington State University, Everett, WA, USA, 2017
– Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, USA, 2016
– Karl Miller Center, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA, 2017
– Veterinary and Biomedical Research Building, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA, 2013
– Space Gallery, T. Evans Wyckoff Pedestrian Bridge, and Aviation Pavilion, Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA, USA, 2009
Works in Progress
– Knight Cancer Research Building, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
– Hayward Field, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
– Central Courthouse, Multnomah County, Portland, OR
– Glenwood CLT Parking Garage, City of Springfield, Springfield, OR
– Integrated Science and Engineering Building, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
Project selected for Archmarathon: Jane Sanders Softball Stadium