Adidas East Village Expansion Project
Portland, OR


A target LEED Gold Project, the two new signature buildings expand Adidas’ North American Headquarters and are inspired by small stadium environments where spectators and players engage in active dialogue. The two buildings connect creative work, community and sport. The facility, which will be home to 1,000 Adidas employees, is a global example of offsite construction and the first in the United States to use a unique structural hybrid design system, which successfully combines mass timber with precast concrete.


The concept for EVE was originally a reinforced concrete building with a 27-month program. Adidas’ growth in North America dictated the need to deliver the project within three years, from concept to occupation. This required construction to take no more than 24 months, so the project team worked collaboratively to develop a new design concept and a new approach to delivery, which blended a combination of permitting, expertise, innovative design and off-site construction using prefabrication of both timber and concrete.


Sunbelt Controls, an authorized dealer for Reliable Controls, installed a complete Reliable Controls system during the construction of the two LEED Gold-certified buildings for Adidas. The backbone of the new buildings is a MACH-ProWebCom controller networked with MACH-ProCom, MACH-ProZone, and MACH-Pro1 controllers to control air–handling units, a boiler system, a chilled-water system and more.

The project involved significant integration of third party components including parking garage CO/NO2 monitoring and exhaust control, VRF systems, generator systems, and lighting control systems.

Product Solution: Reliable Controls

Equipment Installed:
• 3 MACH-Pro1 controllers
• 208 MACH-ProAir controllers
• 6 MACH-ProCom controllers
• 1MACH-ProWebCom controller
• 24 MACH-ProZone controllers
• RC-Studio software
• RC-RemoteAccess software


Owner: Adidas

Architect: LEVER Architecture

Project and Cost Manager: Turner & Townsend

Main Contractor: Turner Construction

Controls Contractor: Sunbelt Controls