Seattle DJC: Wood Harbinger turns 50

The Seattle DJC published an article on December 27, 2017, featuring Wood Harbinger’s 50th Anniversary and some of our recent work. See the article below or on the DJC’s website here.

SR-520 Bridge. Photo by Wood Harbinger staff.

SR-520 Bridge. Photo by Wood Harbinger staff.

Wood Harbinger is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Mechanical engineer Steve Wood founded the firm, then called Wood Martinson, in his home in Lynnwood. It now provides mechanical, electrical and fire protection engineering; information and communication technology consulting; and commissioning services.

Its staff of 55 engineers, designers and other professionals work on projects in the aviation, education, health care, military, municipal and waterfront markets.

Wood Harbinger moved to a new office this year in Bellevue’s 929 Tower. The firm and Notkin Mechanical Engineers are pursing new work and doing new projects as a team under the name Notkin Wood Harbinger Alliance.

Wood Harbinger provided electrical, fire protection and commissioning services for the new SR-520 Floating Bridge (shown here), the longest floating bridge in the world.

Recent work also includes electrical engineering on the Pacific Tower renovation on Beacon Hill. The firm also provided electrical and ICT design for the Washington State Ferries Colman Dock replacement, which recently started in-water construction. This $350 million project will be phased over five years, addressing the age and seismic vulnerabilities of the state’s largest terminal.

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