Oregon City Police Department
Versatility and durability were essential in furnishing this public safety building, home to Oregon City’s Police Department, City Council Chambers, Municipal Court and Administration offices.
Client: Oregon City Police Department
Location: Oregon City, Oregon
Size: 34,000 square feet
Market: Government / Civic
Our team at PacificWRO was honored to design and select furnishings for this brand-new facility in the heart of the Oregon City community. The new building, designed by FFA Architecture and Interiors, is full of natural light and warm Pacific Northwest timbers.
As a public-facing building with multiple uses, we identified furnishing options that were not only attractive, but also all furnishings had to pass the test of versatility and durability.
The fully furnished building has received rave reviews from community members, police officers, city officials, and staff.
One of our core values at PacificWRO is simply, “We solve problems.” During this project we were presented with the fun challenge of creating a fully functional courtroom that could also easily be transformed into an empty multi-purpose community room.
As a public safety building, half the facility is designated as the Oregon City Police Department and the other half of the facility is the administrative offices and courtroom. That meant we were tasked with designing furnishings that were versatile, durable, and inclusive for all users.
The police training room required furnishing solutions that could easily be reconfigured and durable enough to withstand the safety equipment. The result was Herman Miller Caper chairs and Herman Miller Everywhere Tables.