With Our Powers Combined

Our Approach

Design/Build project delivery drives home the idea that we’re all in this together. By leveraging our unique strengths and sharing our insights, we can create ideas and seek solutions, side by side.

We know that it takes a team effort to achieve success, and having the right team really matters. We set our sights on getting the right people in the room and engaging in constructive communication that gets it all on the table, even the tough subjects. We aim to create a streamlined process that benefits our common goal: electrical and mechanical systems that support a user-friendly, smart building.  We place a firm commitment on progressive cooperation, up-front coordination, and comprehensive communication to cultivate the trust and respect that is vital to successful collaboration.

We participate as active partners and strategic allies to hone in on the project perspective, focusing on the owner’s requirements but designing to the contractor’s needs, no more and no less. We get involved early, providing early building system modeling and cost benefit analysis to help owners choose the best systems for their needs. We integrate innovative and forward-thinking ideals with the reality of constructability and cost, resulting in a practical vision aligned to the project’s objectives.

A Team for Today and Tomorrow

True to our culture of collaboration, we keep an eye open for new opportunities to work together, with the specific business goals of our client’s in mind. We aim to foster effective partnerships for the project at hand as well as the long haul.

Our Design/Build Experience

Aviation

  • New Assembly Process (NAP) Relocation, Commissioning, Building 24-50, The Boeing Company; Frederickson, WA
  • Multi-Mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA) Modular Control Tower, The Boeing Company; Renton, WA

Education

  • Parent Training Center Renovation, Seattle Vocational Institute; Seattle, WA
  • Arnett Residence Hall Commissioning, LEED Silver Certified, Seattle Pacific University; Seattle, WA
  • The Washington Aerospace Training & Research Center (WATR), Edmonds Community College; Edmonds, WA
  • ESCO Group 4, Lake Washington School District; Redmond, WA
  • ESCO Group 3, Lake Washington School District; Redmond, WA
  • Direct Digital Control (DDC) Upgrades, Commissioning, Edmonds School District; Edmonds, WA

Municipal

  • Emerald Pointe Apartments, Westmark Development; Lacey, WA
  • North Lead Rail Improvements, Port of Tacoma; Tacoma, WA
  • Blast Attenuation System, Old Bay Bridge East Span Dismantling, California Department of Transportation; San Francisco, CA
  • Evergreen Point and Floating Bridge and Landings, SR 520, Washington State Department of Transportation, Lake Washington; Seattle, WA
  • Civic Building, City of University Place; University Place, WA
  • Joshua Green Building, City of Seattle; Seattle, WA

Military

  • Farragut Ave Street Crossing, U.S. Navy; Bremerton, WA
  • Repair Piping Connections, 3400 Block, U.S. Army, Joint Base Lewis-McChord; Tacoma, WA
  • Veterans Multi-Agency Communications Center (MACC) Energy Efficiency Improvements for 11 Buildings, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard; Bremerton, WA
  • Facility Improvements, Hangar 10, P-239, U.S Air Force, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island; Oak Harbor, WA
  • Restore Electrical Distribution, Building 1, 17, 23, and 87, Commissioning, U.S. Navy, Naval Hospital; Bremerton, WA
  • Hangars 6 & 9 Improvements, P251B, U.S. Air Force, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island; Oak Harbor, WA
  • X-Ray Wharf Improvements, Berth 1, P-518, U.S. Navy; Apra Harbor, Guam
  • Industrial Control System Modernization, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap; Bremerton, Bangor, and Keyport, WA
  • Main Limited Area Transformer Replacement, P-987, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap; Bangor, WA
  • Submarine Drive-In Magnetic Silencing Facility, P-587, U.S. Navy, Beckoning Point; Pearl Harbor, HI
  • Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility (TEMF), LEED Gold Certified, U.S. Army; Joint Base Lewis-McChord; Tacoma, WA
  • Fleet Regional Readiness Center, P-157, U.S. Navy, Naval Station; Everett, WA
  • Main Limited Area Transformer Replacement, P-987, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap; Bangor, WA
  • Portable Replacement, Substation 4, U.S. Navy, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard; Bremerton, WA
  • Utility Control System Repairs, Building 1305, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap; Bangor, WA
  • 3rd Modular Housing, U.S. Navy, Naval Base Kitsap; Bangor, WA
  • Bronson Hall, U.S. Army; Joint Base Lewis-McChord; Tacoma, WA

Healthcare

  • Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Commissioning, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital; Snoqualmie, WA
  • Emergency Outlet Addition, East and West Hospital, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • Tenant Improvements, 7th Floor, Jefferson Terrace Respite Care Center, Harvborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • 3rd Floor Modifications, Phase II, Pat Steel Building, Harborview Medical Center; Seattle, WA
  • High Availability and Disaster Recovery/Secondary Minimum Point of Entry (MPOE) and Disaster Recovery Site, Phases I, II and III, City of Hope National Medical Center; Duarte, CA
  • Emergency Power System Circuit Corrections, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Seattle, WA
  • Grease Interceptor, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Seattle, WA
  • MAB Suite 200, Northwest Hospital, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • ATS-C2 Replacement, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center; Seattle, WA
  • Sterile Processing Department Expansion, Providence St. Peter Hospital; Olympia, WA
  • Inpatient Rehab Two-Bed Expansion, Emilie Gamelin Pavilion, Providence St. Peter Hospital; Olympia, WA
  • Adva Hardware Installation, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • GWH Pharmacy Hazard Storage, West Hospital, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • Center Tower Compounding Pharmacy Remodel, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • 8th Floor Vascular Technician Office, Maleng Building, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington; Seattle, WA
  • Air Handling Unit #2 Replacement, Providence St. Mary Medical Center; Walla Walla, WA

 

  • By the Numbers

    18 LEED-accredited professionals

    21 LEED-certified projects

    33 professional engineers in 20 states

    22 engineering awards in the past 5 years

    Consulting & commissioning on over $1 billion in construction value in the past 5 years

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