Center for the Arts

Center for the Arts Council Presentation on 6/21/2016 - PDF
Beaverton Center for the Arts Consultant Team:
  • Owners Representative: Gerding Edlen
  • Architect:  OPSIS Architecture
  • Theatre Programming and Audio Visual:   The Shalleck Collaborative  
  • Landscape Architecture:  PLACE Studio
  • Land Use: Angelo Planning Group
  • Environmental Consultant: Pacific Habitat Services
  • Structural Engineer:  KPFF Consulting Engineers
  • Mechanical & Plumbing Engineering:  PAE Consulting Engineers
  • Electrical Engineer:  Reyes Engineering
  • Civil Engineering:  Otak
  • Acoustical:  Stantec Acoustics
  • Tele/Data (low voltage): Reyes Engineering
  • Environmental Graphic Design: Anderson Krygier, Inc.
  • Envelope: Morrison Hershfield
  • Interiors and Furniture: Opsis Architecture
  • Cost Estimate: DCW Cost Management
  • Specifications: JLC Consulting
  • Estimating: DCW Cost Management
Exterior Design: Aerial View from Hall Blvd

A Love for the Arts

Beaverton has a thriving arts community, but few performing arts venues. A Performing Arts Center Blue Ribbon Task Force, and studies conducted in 2004 and 2011, concluded that there is strong interest and a potential market for a performing arts facility in Beaverton. The task force has recommended a 450-seat center for professional theater, dance, live music, and arts education.

Establishing a performing arts center is one of the adopted ideas in the Beaverton Community Vision plan.

Current Status

Local arts supporters are currently seeking private and public funding, and searching for a suitable site.
Beaverton City Council chooses developers for Westgate site

Arts Consulting Group Report April 2014

Presentation to Beaverton City Council on August 13, 2013

Photo album of the Beaverton Performing Arts Center design concepts

Learn More

  1. Elaine Worden

    Public Art & Center for the Arts
    Phone: 503-526-2299