LEED PROJECTS

Children’s Hospital Ambulatory Center, Bellevue, Washington

This fast-track project utilized Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Collaborative LEAN Principles for optimizing the design and minimizing construction costs. ABKJ utilized Civil 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) for the civil design, which included a stormwater pond and swales as landscaping features. The project is LEED Gold certified.
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West Campus G98 Garage, Redmond, Washington

This 1.6 million sf underground garage contains 4 levels of parking with 4,628 parking spaces. It is the second-largest underground parking garage in the United States and is LEED® Gold certified. Three steel-framed Commons Area buildings covering 161,000 sf sit atop the structure, as do a full-size playfield, sports court, monument sculpture, water feature, and hardscape and landscape areas.

Awards


Top Award for Cast-in-Place Concrete Garage Structures - Washington Aggregates and
Concrete Association (WACA)
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Good Samaritan Hospital Expansion, Puyallup, Washington

Encompassing six city blocks, this is the largest recent street improvement project in Puyallup and the first with a roundabout. ABKJ utilized Civil 3D dynamic modeling software to design a 12’ diameter bored tunnel 45’ below the existing street intersection. Low Impact Development (LID) techniques include green roofs, porous pavement, and bioretention. The project is LEED Gold certified.
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Hotel Terra, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

This 7-story, 72-room eco-hotel is located in a high seismic zone with heavy snow loads. This was the first in a collection of green hotels launched by the Terra Resort Group utilizing environmentally sustainable building and operating practices. The project is certified LEED® Silver.
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University of Washington Savery Hall Upgrade, Seattle, Washington

ABKJ evaluated and upgraded existing utilities, drainage, and water service connections for domestic and fire water supply. The design ran pipe parallel to the deep storm pipe to avoid a large excavation and used a drop connection for the sanitary sewer. The civil design included a demolition plan and temporary erosion control for this 1.5-acre site. The project is LEED Gold certified.
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University of Washington Surgery Pavilion, Seattle, Washington

The ABKJ civil design included a sanitary sewer extension, stormwater conveyance, water main relocation and extension, horizontal and vertical alignments for site access roads, and retaining wall layout and profiling, and grading to meet key access points and maintain clearances for emergency vehicles.
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West Campus Commons, Redmond, Washington

This 161,000 sf project consists of three 2-story buildings built on top of an underground parking garage. The commons structures provide retail space at the ground floors, high-bay cafeteria space, and multiple meeting rooms for the surrounding office buildings. Structural steel was utilized for all three buildings to reduce weight and accommodate the complex geometry of the roof.
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