Centralia College will start work in July on TransAlta Commons

Check out this recent article in the Seattle DJC featuring Centralia College’s new TransAlta Commons, which is scheduled to begin construction in July.Wood Harbinger provided mechanical and electrical engineering design for the new student services building, which will be a three-story, 70,000 SF hall that will be a truly communal and comprehensive facility. Located at the center of campus, TransAlta Commons will replace the existing Student Services Building and Kemp Hall, which are both beyond their life expectancy and no longer adequately serve the students’ and the college’s needs.

The variety of spaces and services prescribed for this building meant a variety of mechanical and electrical system requirements. Wood Harbinger devised creative solutions to serve the multiple functions of the building in an integrated and coordinated manner, with energy efficiency in mind. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification.

Read more about the TransAltra Commons project on Centralia College’s website: http://www.centralia.edu/capital/projects.html#commons

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