Seattle DJC: Green River College opens $32M student center on Auburn campus

Green River College cut the ribbon on its new $32.2 million student life center in Auburn on Monday, February 1, 2016, according to an article recently published in the Seattle DJC. Wood Harbinger provided the electrical engineering and LEED documentation for this project.

Read the full article below or on the DJC’s website.

On Monday Green River College cut the ribbon on its new $32.2 million student life center in Auburn.

The 71,400-square-foot Mel Lindbloom Student Union is two stories with a basement for storage. It replaces about half of the operations in the old Lindbloom Student Center, including bookstore, food service, meeting rooms and staff spaces for student government, recreation, conference services and athletics. It also has the college’s first fitness center.

Over the next year, the college plans to renovate and re-purpose the old Lindbloom Student Center.

The Walsh Group built the project under a $20.2 million contract. Schreiber Starling & Lane Architects was the designer and HBB was the landscape architect. Engineers were PCS Structural Solutions, Reid Middleton (civil), Notkin (mechanical) and Wood Harbinger (electrical).

Major subcontractors were Miles Resources, Yakima Steel, CHG Building Systems, KBH Construction, J&S Masonry, Axiom Construction & Consulting, Capital Heating & Cooling, Aries Mechanical, Valley Electric, Enderis Co., Forrest Sound Products, Stagecraft Industries, Soriano Floor Finishing, Johnson-Lancaster and Associates, Rubenstein’s Contract Carpet, Norkote and P&S Painting.

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