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Domaine Serene Winery
The Domaine Serene brand is known for its long-standing commitment to excellence and quality. That brand is reflected in their new high-end tasting room in Dundee, Oregon.
The new two-story, 32,000-square-foot “clubhouse” is inspired by old world vineyards, which is reflected in the facade and the unique “Cave Level.” Subterranean caves flow the length of the clubhouse space, and are modeled after the Evenstad’s 15th-century Burgundian property, Château de la Crée.
The first floor includes public tasting, member tasting, and library tasting spaces, plus a commercial kitchen. Administrative offices occupy the second floor.
Glumac provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering, as well as lighting consultation services for Domaine Serene. Working closely with the architect and the design team, Glumac engineered systems that uphold the Domaine Serene brand and fit seamlessly with the architectural design. To meet the superior climate control requirements, Glumac designed a displacement ventilation system for the entire tasting room and cave areas.
Sustainable Building Design Features
- Displacement Ventilation System
- High Efficiency Central Plant
Size: 32,000 square feet
Construction Cost: $28 million
End Date: May 2017
Contractor: Schommer & Sons
Owner: Domaine Serene
Services: MEP Engineering, Lighting Design