Fred Meyer Retail FacilityWilsonville, Oregon
Construction TypeSteel, Cast in Place Concrete
Fred Meyer’s Wilsonville Town Center store is the first building in the chain’s history to include a significant residential component.
Totaling 262,000 sf, the mixed-use development houses more than a dozen small retailers, a 52-unit apartment, and a McMenamin’s Pub in a converted 100-year-old Methodist church. Located in Wilsonville’s Old Town Historic District, the design reflects architectural themes popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The store itself is approximately 145,000 sf in size. The main structure uses tube steel columns and open web joists and girders, including the perimeter framing. There is also gabled framing at numerous locations around the store.