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Fort Worden Art and Education Center

The Fort Worden Maker’s Square project is an adaptive reuse of three buildings that were in operation as military bases during the First and Second World Wars, that has been transformed into an arts and education facility with multiple gallery spaces, classrooms,… 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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VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic

Intended to extend primary care services to up to 8,000 new patients, the Everett VA Outpatient clinic will also provide mental health, physical therapy, pharmaceutical, and readjustment services to the growing community of veterans in western Washington. This new facility will support… Read More

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Byrd Barr Place Renovation

Built in 1909, Firehouse 23 served Seattle’s Central District until 1970. Now, the building houses Byrd Barr Place, a nonprofit that provides anti-poverty services to the city’s most vulnerable.  The renovation of this this historic structure seeks to revitalize the building and… Read More

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Hing Hay Park

The expansion of this important urban park/plaza in Seattle’s Chinatown International District is part of a revitalization effort for this well-established community. Double its original size, features include a cultural performance space; custom integrated seating; and activity areas for ping-pong, seating, exercise… Read More

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Mukai Barreling Plant Stabilization

Lund Opsahl provided structural engineering services for the historic Mukai Fruit Barreling Plant, located on Vashon Island. Built in 1927, services included an evaluation of the structure and recommendations for immediate and future upgrades. The facility is wood framed and is supported… Read More

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Greenbridge Early Learning Center

This 30,000 SF project houses facilities for child development, health, and family support services in Seattle’s Greenbridge community. The structure features a combination of wood and steel framing over a post-tensioned slab with pile-supported shoring walls and 15,000 SF of parking space… Read More

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Seattle Goodwill Industries – Job Training and Education Center

The headquarters building located on the prime corner of Dearborn and Rainer Avenue provides two levels of offices and event spaces and an entire floor of classrooms/computer rooms for job training and education. Structural system is steel framing with special concentric steel… Read More

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Salvation Army Eastside Community Center

This new 17,300 SF Community Center includes a gym, classrooms, computer lab, activity rooms, kitchen, dining hall, and chapel. The center provides social services, after school programs, and serves dinner to approximately 50 people in need every night. The structure includes long… Read More