Public / Civic

GSA Henry Jackson Building Seismic Upgrade

This $36 million renovation included seismic strengthening and a new glass entry pavilion to a 37-story Federal Building. The main entrances on were renovated as part of the U.S. General Services Administration's First Impressions program. The project schedule required a full-time inspector to work the night shift for the project duration.  Inspections included structural steel welding and ultrasonic testing.

Terminal 91 Cruise Ship Terminal

This $38.8 million project consisted of a new 43,000-square-foot cruise ship terminal.  Inspections included soil compaction, reinforced concrete, augercast concrete, epoxy grouted anchors, expansion anchors, structural steel fabrication and erection, ultrasonic testing and asphalt compaction.

Located at the end of Pier 91 in Seattle, this new 145,000 square foot facility for the Port of Seattle serves the growing cruise industry.&nbs

Snohomish County Public Works Cathcart Maintenance Center

This project consisted of a new $36 million public works center with a 136,000-square-foot, two-story office and maintenance building and an 11,000-square-foot firing range building. Additionally, a fleet management building has 18 repair bays. Inspections include soil and asphalt density, non-shrink grout, reinforced concrete, epoxy grouted and expansion anchors, structural masonry, structural steel fabrication and erection, and fireproofing.

SeaTac Airport Consolidated Rental Car Facility

This project consists of a $419 million, 2.1 million-square-foot structure that is the first sustainable asset management project at the airport, designed to be LEED certified. This new five-floor facility will support all rental car operations at SeaTac airport and will free up two floors of parking (3,200 spaces) in the existing garage. Rental car operations will take up four levels with the top floor dedicated to customer service functions, including storefronts

Shelton Regional Water Reclamation and Pipeline Project

This $11 million project included the construction of four new structures including a membrane bioreactor water reclamation plant for Class A reclaimed water and a new pump station on an 11-acre site at the Washington Corrections Center. The project also included modifications to the existing Washington Corrections Center sprayfield and construction of new facilities near the Washington State Patrol Academy in order to provide a future connection to regional sanita

South Correctional Entity Jail (SCORE)

This $54 million project includes the construction of a single-story, 164,000-square-foot, 822-bed jail complex on a 14-acre site south of SeaTac Airport. This precast concrete and steel facility is the first multi-jurisdictional jail in Washington state and houses male and female inmates for several cities in the region.  Inspections and testing included reinforced concrete, expansion and epoxy grouted anchors, nonshrink grout, structural steel fabrication an

PGE Park Renovation Phases 1 & 2

This project consisted of a $31 million retrofit of Portland’s iconic 83-year-old stadium which has undergone two previous major renovations in 1983 and 2001. This renovation included a public plaza, a team store, a restaurant, a community meeting room, three group and family decks, extra seating, additional restrooms and concession stands, a 12,000-square-foot sports rehabilitation clinic, and a canopy roof that will cover 4,000 east-section seats. Stadium c

Portland Aerial Tram

This project consisted of a $45 million, 3,300-foot long aerial tram between the Portland South Waterfront and Oregon Health & Science University Hospital. The aerial tram travels between 200-foot towers and consists of three steel structures with unusual geometry, complex weld joints and high performance coatings.  Inspections include reinforced concrete, epoxy grouted anchor, expansion anchors, structural steel fabrication and erection, ultrasonic testin