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Fleet Recreation Center, NAS Everett, Washington

This project included a 33,700 sf physical fitness center, a 14,500 sf fleet recreation center, and 20,000 sf of consolidated club space. The facility combines all three projects into a single building complex which consists of a two-story, pile supported, steel frame building, with cast-in-place concrete floors, metal sloped roof, and brick masonry exterior walls.
Fleet Recreation Center, NAS Everett, Washington

P-034 Maintenance Hangar, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington

This 38,000 sf hangar serves as an aircraft maintenance facility for an A6-E squadron. The project includes a high bay maintenance shop area with an adjacent 2-story maintenance shop area and an administration area. Site improvements surrounding the new facility included access roads, parking, landscaping, and utilities.
P-034 Maintenance Hangar, NAS Whidbey Island, Washington

P-108 Medical/Dental Clinic, NAS Everett, Washington

This 35,000 sf, 2-story facility provides medical and dental office space for Navy personnel. The steel-framed structure required pile lengths up to 110 feet. Resistance to seismic forces is provided by structural steel bracing located along the perimeter walls.
P-108 Medical/Dental Clinic, NAS Everett, Washington

U.S. Coast Guard Facility, Seattle, Washington

This project is located on the Seattle waterfront’s Pier 36. It included a transit shed, apron, and personnel quarters for the United States Coast Guard.
U.S. Coast Guard Facility, Seattle, Washington

U.S. Coast Guard Hangars 1 and 3, Kodiak, Alaska

This upgrade project updated the facilities to current seismic design forces and wind resistance speeds up to 120 mph. New interior spaces were created along the sides of the hangars, which required seismic resisting framing. New hangar doors were designed to withstand the severe wind loads while maintaining the original architectural designs.
U.S. Coast Guard Hangars 1 and 3, Kodiak, Alaska U.S. Coast Guard Hangars 1 and 3, Kodiak, Alaska