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  • After a thorough and deliberate selection process, PSF is delighted to announce the appointment of Wayne Hale as Chief Executive Officer. Hale’s focus is to improve upon the company’s operational excellence, optimize profitability, and guide it through its strategic growth and diversification plans. “Wayne is an engaging and dynamic leader. We welcome his experience and passion as we navigate the evolving Puget Sound construction landscape,” said Warren Beardsley, Chairman of the Board.

    Hale brings more than 15 years of senior corporate executive experience to his new role at PSF having lead multiple national and international organizations to record levels of productivity, safety, and organizational excellence. Hale most recently served as President and CEO of Gopher Resource, the second largest recycler of lead in the US. “My interests in PSF include the opportunity to lead a company with a compelling vision and solid values, being able to capitalize on great capabilities and opportunities, and working with great people,” said Hale, “and success begins with the expectation of excellence, planning for excellence, and then celebrating excellence.”

    A Puget Sound native, Mr. Hale earned a Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, from Western Washington University, Cum Laude, and a MBA from Ohio University with an emphasis on business analysis, operations, and organization redesign. 

  • As the tenant prepares to move into their beautiful new South Lake Union facility, PSF is proud to report zero injuries and zero time lost during 16 months of production, which includes approximately 85,000 shop and field personnel hours. PSF Mechanical, Inc. was the design-build mechanical contractor for the shell and core, as well as the tenant improvement. 

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  • PSF is wrapping up its work on this Redmond campus, and after nine months of production and more than 25,000 shop and field hours, we are pleased to report another project with zero injuries and zero time lost. PSF Mechanical, Inc. was the design-build mechanical contractor for this project, a four-floor, 150,000 square foot office building tenant improvement which included office and work spaces, conference rooms, a server lab, fitness room, kitchenettes, and various auxiliary rooms and spaces.

  • PSF is among 80 Puget Sound firms included as finalists in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2017 Washington’s Best Workplaces competition. This is PSF’s fourth year participating in the competition, and our third year as finalists. PSF will celebrate this accomplishment with all of the Puget Sound finalist companies at Safeco Field on August 3rd.

  • Saturday, April 29th is Opening day for Tukwila’s newest library. A full-day celebration is planned for the community to explore the beautiful facility. As the mechanical subcontractor, PSF Mechanical installed the HVAC and plumbing systems, a geothermal ground loop system, and radiant floor piping. PSF also conducted startup, test and balance, and commissioning activities for the project.

    The library is just a portion of the larger Tukwila Village project, an urban center development which will also include a neighborhood police resource center, retail shops, restaurants, public meeting space, and an outdoor plaza. The Tukwila Village may also include office, and residential space. Project team members include The King County Library System Foundation, Perkins+Will, and Edifice Construction Company.

    Photo courtesy of Perkins+Will