University of Oregon | Hatfield-Dowlin Complex Football Performance Center

University of Oregon | Hatfield-Dowlin Complex Football Performance Center

Eugene, Oregon
United States

The goal of the University of Oregon’s Hatfield-Dowlin Complex Football Performance Center was to create a building and an environment that supports the owner’s training, management, recruitment, and development.

This goal required efficient building systems to deliver a state-of-the-art athletic facility. The architectural design was integrated with the mechanical and plumbing systems in a seamless, elegant, and top-tier building.

Introba (formerly Integral Group) provided mechanical and plumbing design, energy analysis, commissioning, state energy mandate compliance, and incentive support for this project. Energy consumption is reduced by 20% below the baseline Oregon Energy Code to meet the SEED-mandated energy efficiency goals. To achieve this energy performance, Introba incorporated triple glazed windows, a high-performance roof and wall system, a super-efficient central plant, and a high-performance VAV air system with Thermafusers and low-pressure drop AHU/duct into the building design. The mechanical system includes a chiller, boiler, and cooling tower; air handlers distribute this heating and cooling energy and ventilation to all zones. A radiant floor partially conditions the dining room.

Plumbing systems include sanitary and domestic water systems, dual flush flushometer toilets, instant electric water heaters at lavatories, a wet-pipe fire protection system, and grease and oil interceptors. This facility encompasses a 20,000 ft² weight room, locker room, dining facilities, entrance lobby, media presentation room, conference rooms, classrooms, theaters, office space, and a parking garage.


  • SEED Certified

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