The State of Oregon’s new headquarters building provides office space for all seven divisions within the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW). As a successful example of large-scale adaptive re-use, the project incorporates new design features that include exterior improvements, an extensive interior remodel, and a second floor addition to a former distribution warehouse and office building. The completed 110,000 s.f. headquarters provides a 3,000 s.f. Commission Room, classroom/training space, display areas, conference rooms, secure storage, computer/IT spaces, and open office system furniture areas. In order to bring large quantities of daylight into the 50,000 square-foot floor area, new windows were cut into the exterior walls, skylights added to the roof, and open office system furniture positioned to allow perimeter daylight deeper into the building. Site improvements include large outdoor spaces for department functions, parking lot expansion, loading dock revisions, landscaping with native materials, and an upgraded entry sequence. Earth-tone materials and specimens of Oregon wildlife exhibited throughout the building provide an attractive and inspiring environment for ODFW staff and visitors alike.