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SeaTac Airport Central Terminal Expansion, SeaTac, Washington

This 200,000 sf, 4-story addition houses the Pacific Marketplace retail center and includes one of the largest cable-net walls in the world.

Awards


Best Engineering Project of the Year - Northwest Construction Magazine
Gold Award for Original or Innovative Application of New or Existing Techniques - American Consulting Engineers Council, Washington
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Anchorage Airport FAA Tower, Anchorage, Alaska

This 169’ structure was designed for high seismic lateral forces and wind speeds to 150 mph. Constructed of precast concrete with a structural steel framed internal tower.

Awards


Design Excellence Award - Washington Precast Concrete Industry
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Boeing Space Simulation Lab, Seattle, Washington

This structure provides a “clean room” condition in a space 150’ x 100’ x 105' high while spacecraft are being tested. The structural test floor in this room is a unique post-tensioned precast concrete panel system, acting as tie-down for a variety of forces including dynamic influences.

Awards


Grand Conceptor, Excellence in Engineering - American Consulting Engineers Council, USA
Top Honor Award, Excellence in Engineering - Consulting Engineers Council of Washington
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Bravo Field Air Traffic Control Tower, Meridian, Mississippi

This design-build project is a 100’ tall, steel-framed control tower for the U.S. Navy with 3 levels of occupied and mechanical space below the control cab over 2,439 square feet. This design substituted steel frame for precast concrete tower shaft and updated Navy criteria, electronics, and blast resistance.
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Edwards AFB Tower, Lancaster, California

This 150' high structural steel tower was designed for 120 mph base wind speeds and high seismic lateral forces. The tower drift is controlled to a one inch maximum CAB level deflection during 80 mph wind gusts. The structure features a hexagon-shaped, flared tower with occupied levels at the tower base plus 4 levels below the CAB level.
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