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Olympic College Shops Remodel

Part of vocational training at Olympic College, the Shops currently house three primary workforce development programs: Welding Technology, Technical Design, and Precision Machining. The existing structure was built in 1967 and, while it is strictly speaking functional, the building lacks disability access… Read More

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DSHS Behavioral Health Community Campuses

Part of a commitment to fuller integration between behavioral health services and the communities they belong to, Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services will build new in-patient facilities across up to 12 campuses around the state. Lund Opsahl provided master planning… Read More

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Bainbridge Buxton PAC

Taking advantage of the shutdown caused by the pandemic, Bainbridge Performing Arts has decided to renovate their existing facility, the Buxton Performing Arts Center. The renovation will add 5,000 square feet to the complex, as well as improving the existing HVAC system,… Read More

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Washington Labor & Industries and Department of Agriculture Health Lab and Training Center

Located in Tumwater, this facility combines the Washington State Departments of Labor and Industries, and Agriculture. Both agencies will have access to new training and laboratory facilities that the current labs and offices lack the space or infrastructure to accommodate. This steel-framed… Read More

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Intercity Transit

Operating well over capacity, Intercity Transit’s Pattison Base’s current maintenance, operations, and administration (MOA) facilities are unable to support efficient operations or customer service. What began as an evaluation of renovation options for the existing administrative and maintenance buildings quickly evolved into… Read More

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Ronald McDonald House Expansion

Since their founding in 1983, The Ronald McDonald House has served families with children receiving treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Originally 20 rooms, they expanded in 2003 to 80 rooms, including self-contained units for patients receiving bone marrow transplants. Now, they are… Read More

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Senator Henry M. Jackson Park Renovation

The City of Everett constructed this sustainable community park that honors Everett-native Senator Henry Jackson. This renovation project consists of a cantilevered column park pavilion with a large open skylight and three steel structures (restrooms and maintenance/storage building) with sloping cantilever roofs…. Read More

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Pinnacle Peak Fire Lookout

The US Forest Service’s Pinnacle Peak Fire Lookout Tower replaces the original 1950s structure, perched on the summit of Pinnacle Peak. The King County trail leading to the summit is popular, offering stunning views of Mount Rainier and the Cascades. The 40-foot… Read More

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Island County Administrative Building

Lund Opsahl is providing structural engineering services for a new 8,500 SF administrative building to house administrative functions for Island County. The County’s existing building was functionally obsolete and sub-standard, and this new facility will address administrative functions to support its 20-plus… Read More

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Seattle Public Utilities – Cedar Falls Administration Building

Located at Cedar Falls within the Cedar River Watershed, the new SPU 14,500 SF administration building provides space for SPU office staff, wildlife scientists, emergency response personnel, and road and vehicle maintenance crews who manage the watershed that supplies drinking water to… Read More