UW Kincaid Hall Renovation
University of Washington Kincaid Hall Renovation Seattle, WA
Under a Progressive Design-Build delivery approach, the UW Kincaid Hall Renovation Project will replace aged and outdated building infrastructure and modernize space utilization. Infrastructure improvements include a new roof, new building-wide ventilation system, plumbing, and electrical upgrades. Interior upgrades will modernize the building to meet programmatic needs of Psychology and Biology (floors 1- 4), with the fifth floor left as shell space. Seismic and energy code upgrades will be addressed on a case by case basis as supported by the project budget.
Lund Opsahl is structural engineer for this complex project. Located on a constrained site near a number of UW science buildings and adjacent to the Burke-Gillman Trail, Kincaid Hall is the home for its Psychology and Biology departments.