UW Health Sciences Center
Renovation of existing laboratory/office space on the north side of the fourth floor of I-Wing in the Health Sciences Center for the Department of Comparative Medicine's new administrative offices.
When you’re working for one of the Northwest’s most renowned architectural firms, expectations are high. We needed to start on Mithun’s space before the building’s shell was complete; so we built a schedule to sequence our work, following the progress of the building’s exterior. In the end, we were able to finish the job before the shell was complete—on time, as promised.
Temple Beth Am
Our remodel of Temple Beth Am in Northeast Seattle was undertaken with a clear understanding: the temple would remain in full operation during our work. So throughout the project, close coordination between our team and our client - sometimes minute-by-minute - ensured that the synagogue’s busy community never missed a beat.
How do you build in a location that’s four miles up a logging road, has no electricity and requires you to steer heavy machinery through a snowy mountain pass day and night? Well, you call us. The resulting building is as ruggedly beautiful as the site. We were able to save Suncadia money as well: our pre-construction value engineering shaved 20 percent from the budget.
According to our client at Antioch University, we received top honors for our 6,000 square foot tenant improvement project. Classes were in session for the duration of the project and we met a very tight construction schedule to get the project, a complete top to bottom redo, open in time for the start of the school year and all those incoming students.
Alliance Packaging Corporation decided to base their entire operation in Renton, Washington. Working closely with the architect, we provided extensive preconstruction and value engineering services to the client, while keeping their aesthetic and functional design criteria top of mind. The result is a blend of form and functionality that perfectly captures this company’s brand.
All of our work on the Lakeside school campus met strict school and site protocols, causing a minimum of class disruption. This challenging project included the design and building of mechanical and electrical systems, simultaneous new construction in conjunction with renovation construction, all the while maintaining extraordinary quality in the finish work.
Phinney Ridge Lutheran
This project began with a wish list from the congregation. From those initial meetings we turned our conversations into long range planning, identifying current needs and creating a path for sustainable growth. Our final scope of work included new stone floors, lighting, along with new plumbing, delivering clean water and pressure with a result that was called “miraculous”.
St. Andrews Lutheran
St. Andrew’s built more than a new addition to their church; they built a warm working relationship with their construction team. The leadership at St. Andrews remarked on our remarkable customer service, along with the integrity and cooperation they saw us display as we worked through the project budget details and any challenges that arose in the process.
UW Merrill Hall
Our work for Merrill Hall on the University of Washington campus posed some unique matrimonial challenges. We began work in early summer and weddings were being performed in a garden next to the job site almost every weekend. By carefully maintaining the site in immaculate condition, we kept our vow to keep the project from adversely impacting anyone’s wedded bliss.
Our multi-floor remodel for the Washington Athletic Club (WAC) was an exercise in collaborative planning and scheduling, dramatically improving the fitness of the facility. We needed to keep both the men’s and women’s areas operational during construction. We finished the men’s area with both a day and night shift – and renovated the women’s area exclusively, and modestly, at night.