Chilled Water Plant
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon

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Energy savings earned a $900,000 rebate.  Read more.


The project achieved State Energy Efficient Design (SEED) Certification.  Read more.


This project serves as a design model for the future with an advanced control system that demonstrates achievable energy efficiencies.  Read more.


Laura Angst Hall
Skagit Valley College
Mount Vernon, WA

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This project proves that a total commitment to sustainability and modest budget can deliver high energy savings.

Because the project came in under budget, the college was able to refund $300,000 of the grant money to be used for additional State of Washington projects.

As the first higher education facility in the State of Washington to receive LEED Platinum Certification, this highly noteworthy design achieved unprecedented levels of sustainability.   Read more.


A combination of innovative technology and design best practices made this project a success.  Read more.


Savery Hall Renovation
University of Washington
Seattle, WA

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The mechanical systems significantly reduced energy consumption and resulted in LEED Gold Certification.  Read more.


The project produces energy savings for the lifetime of the building.  Read more.


For the first time in history, we combined natural ventilation, a Variable Refrigerant Flow system and red light/green light technology for this historic structure.   Read more.


767 Production Line Relocation
The Boeing Company
Everett, WA

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Repurposing an existing space instead of building a new one kept tons of construction materials out of the building stream and saved money.  Read more.


This project implemented many new types of technology, and our job was to design the infrastructure to support the innovations.  Read more.


We helped seamlessly shift the production of 767 aircraft from one location to another without schedule extensions, despite owner-initiated changes during design.   Read more.


No Detail Too Small

When it comes to design, we think things through to the nth degree. Starting with the project vision, we consider user expectations, programmatic drivers, sustainability imperatives, integration of engineering systems, technology trends, life-cycle costs and more. Some may find us on the outer limits of geekdom but we’re loving the quest for the right answers to some of the toughest technical challenges.

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