Industry - CSI Chapter Meeting - December

  • Widmer Brothers Brewery 947 North Russell Street Portland, OR, 97227 United States

December Chapter Meeting
From Pill HIll to South Waterfront:
OHSU's Campus Expansion and New Facilities 

OHSU is the largest research institution in Oregon. Approximately 2,500 medical, dental, nursing, science and engineering, allied health students are enrolled at OHSU, with another 1,000 people in training programs. OHSU employs approximately 12,600 people, making it the largest employer in Portland and the third largest in Oregon. OHSU has a 116-acre main campus on Marquam Hill, 8 acres in the South Waterfront, and a 20-acre parcel just north of the South Waterfront that was donated by the Schnitzer Family. OHSU has just opened the new Collaborative Life Sciences Building in the Schnitzer Campus, and has three new building in design for both the Schnitzer Campus and South Waterfront.

Come join Portland CSI for a presentation on current and future plans for the growth and redevelopment of the OHSU Campus.

    Speaker

    Brian Newman, Campus Planning, Development & Real Estate, OHSU
    Brian Newman is the Associate Vice President of Campus Planning, Development and Real Estate at OHSU.  In this capacity he works to achieve the University’s strategic goals through overall management of space and campus planning, facility planning, third-party development agreements and real estate transactions.  Brian has over 20 years of professional experience as both a practitioner and policymaker in planning and real estate development.  Before joining OHSU in 2007 he was elected member of the Metro Council where he represented southwest Portland and most of urban Clackamas County.  He was also a land use and transportation consultant with Parsons Brinckerhoff, an international engineering and construction management firm.  Brian obtained his bachelors degree from Willamette University and has a masters degree in city and regional planning from the University of California, Berkeley.  He was named a Harry S. Truman Scholar in 1994 and a Marshall Memorial Fellow in 2004.  Brian lives in southwest Portland with his wife Jennifer and their three children.

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