In the Public Interest

Point of View

We promote thoughtful and inspired design that supports and encourages community involvement.

Cities and counties serve as strategists and stewards for buildings with tremendous community value. These are places to conduct important business, address legal matters, gather engaged citizens, train employees, and move community priorities forward.

Municipal buildings stand as beacons of community connection, where all are welcomed at the front door. We reflect their value in designs that are for the people and the common good.

Meet Our Municipal Market Leader

Associate Nick Baker, P.E., CCP, GPCP, LEED AP BD+C is our Municipal Market Leader. If you’re looking for a teaming partner for municipal opportunities and want to learn more about Wood Harbinger’s expertise, please reach out to Nick at 425.628.6042 or by email at nbaker@woodharbinger.com.

Our Services

  • Commissioning
  • Communications
  • Community involvement
  • Electrical engineering
  • Emergency power (critical needs)
  • Fire protection
  • Industrial systems
  • Technology Consulting
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Security
  • Sustainable design

Facility Types

  • Courthouses
  • Central utility plants
  • Multi-purpose buildings
  • Public safety buildings
  • Retrofit & renovation projects
  • Training facilities
  • Vehicle charging stations

Municipal Projects

SR-520 Evergreen Point Floating Bridge and Landings Commissioning
Washington State Department of Transportation
Seattle, WA

Kirkland Justice Center
City of Kirkland
Kirkland, WA

Seattle Municipal Tower Tenant Improvements, Vehicle Charging Stations
City of Seattle
Seattle, WA

Airport Way Center Renovation and Addition
City of Seattle
Seattle, WA

Yelm Public Safety Building
City of Yelm
Yelm, WA

Fire Pump System Upgrade, Seattle Municipal Tower
City of Seattle
Seattle, WA

 
  • By the Numbers

    More than 80 projects in the past 5 years

    Wood Harbinger has worked with more than 25 agencies in the past 5 years.

    10% of Wood Harbinger’s work