Everett Community College - Gray Wolf Hall

This project included a $28 million, three-story, 80,000-square-foot college building with offices in the glass-sided north wing and classrooms in the brick-covered south wing. Northwest Construction magazine recognized Gray Wolf Hall with a "Best Education 2009" award. Inspections included reinforced concrete, shotcrete, epoxy grouted anchors, expansion anchors, masonry, structural steel fabrication and erection, lateral framing, seismic resistive system

Lynnwood High School

This $73 million project includes a new two-story, 220,000-square-foot school building designed to accommodate 1,600 students. The building is structured around a central gathering area with four extending clusters. The school was named one of the 2011 Top Ten Schools of the 21st Century by Architectural Record magazine. Inspections included reinforced concrete, masonry, epoxy grouted anchors, baseplate grout, structural steel fabrication and erection, ultrasonic t

James Monroe Elementary School Replacement

This phased construction project consists of a $15 million, two-story building that is replacing a 42-year-old, eight-building campus. The new 68,000-square-foot building will accommodate 600 students. Inspections include reinforced concrete, baseplate grout, proprietary anchors, masonry, lateral framing, ultrasonic testing, and structural steel fabrication and erection.

Glacier Peak High School

This project consisted of a new $70 million, 230,000-square-foot high school made up of two main wings with a central commons area. An activities wing houses the gym and theater in a single story concrete building, and an academic wing includes classrooms, administrative space and a library in a three-story, steel-framed building. Glacier High School was built to accommodate 1,500 students. Inspections include soils compaction, reinforced concrete, masonry, structu

Hamilton International Middle School

This $45 million project consisted of renovations to a historic landmark. Hamilton International Middle School was built in 1927 and was credited with landmark status in 2006. The three-story, 115,000-square-foot school sits on a two-acre site that has a 31-foot elevation difference from one side to the other.  Updates expanded the capacity to 1,000 students and included a new 12,626-square-foot gymnasium addition, 45-car covered parking garage, technology lab

Mount Rainier High School

This project consisted of a new $49 million, 205,000-square-foot high school with administrative offices, classrooms, cafeteria, gymnasium and library. The new two-story school is of masonry and steel construction and replaced an existing 137,000-square-foot school. Inspections included soils compaction, reinforced concrete, masonry, structural steel erection, fireproofing and moisture testing.

Green River Community College Zgolinski Welcome Center

This $3.3 million project consisted of a remodel to an existing 5,000-square-foot building and a 4,900-square-foot addition on the building’s south side.  Inspections included soil compaction, reinforced concrete, baseplate grout, epoxy grouted anchors, lateral framing, structural steel erection and asphalt compaction.

PSU Academic Building and Student Recreation Center

This $73 million project consisted of a six-story, 208,000-square-foot building with academic and office space, an auditorium, the City of Portland Archives, seven retail spaces and a student recreation center. The recreation center offers three basketball courts, a track, a 36-foot climbing wall and a six-lane, 25-meter swimming pool on the second, third and fourth floors of this LEED Gold certified building. Inspections included reinforced concrete, post-tension

Bellevue High School Modernization & Performing Arts Center

This $66 million modernization project consists of 200,000 square feet of new construction including three classroom wings, a library, commons area, performing arts center and a career/technical education wing. The existing gym and cafeteria will receive seismic upgrades, and the old performing arts center will be renovated into a second gym. Inspections include reinforced concrete, ultrasonic testing, masonry, shotcrete, proprietary anchor, baseplate grout, epoxy