The Daily Journal of Commerce recognizes 11 Design Projects with 2016 Citation Awards. Lund Opsahl provided structural engineering on four of the 11 projects featured in the DJC: Kirtley Cole Construction Adaptive Reuse in Everett, Housing Hope – Twin Lake Landing at Marysville, Henry M. Jackson Park in Everett, and Camano Island Library on Camano Island. Congrats to our team, HKP Architects, Design Northwest Architects, Fabor Construction, SVR Landscape Architects, Stig Carlson Architecture, and Kirtley Cole Construction!
The Daily Journal of Commerce featured the Henry M. Jackson Park as the “Project of the Week.” Lund Opsahl collaborated with HKP Architects and SvR Landscape Architects to design the public facilities with integrated green features in the photos above.
Construction is underway of the Salvation Army Eastside Community Center in Bellevue. Shown above is the first level of timber framing and structural CMU gym walls. Lund Opsahl was effective in providing a four-inch reveal in the large bay window clear-story near the top of the CMU walls. Thank you to Ankrom Moisan Architects and GLY construction for the seamless planning and erection.
AIA of Northwest Washington recognized the Henry Jackson Park renovation for a Citation Award. Congratulations to the design team of HKP Architects and SvR Landscape Architects.
The Kingsgate Library grand opening was a success! The Daily Journal of Commerce recently highlighted this renovation project in May. Proud to be a part of the team, Lund Opsahl congratulates Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Archtitects, Westmark Construction, and Parsons Brinckerhoff for the success of this project.
A few members of the Lund Opsahl team took advantage of the nice weather to admire the PT design at the Washington Place Project. It is always a great site visit when you have a clear view of Mount Rainier from the PT deck! Construction is progressing well. Absher is at level eight of the 20-story building.
The Level A aluminum Cryogen Vents for the Swedish Cherry Hill Imaging Suite are all wrapped with a Northwest flair! CRĒO Industrial Arts designed and installed the cryogen vents that are used to exhaust helium gas that cools the 20,000lb MRI magnets in the event of a coolant failure. The graphic artist was Israel Shotridge from Shotridge Studios on Vashon Island. Lund Opsahl designed the supports for the cryogen vent to the existing plaza structure and reviewed the crane loading during art installation. Thanks to the team of CallisonRTKL, Notkin, Stantec, Mortenson, and Ness & Campbell Crane.