image description
  • Jan 15 2013

    A couple of years ago, I was reading an article in the Puget Sound Business Journal about the State of Hawaii signing a new contract for the disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW). The contract was for transporting MSW via barge to the mainland, then shipping it via railway to a waste disposal site (we used to call them ‘dumps’ when I was a kid) far inland. The whole process seemed ridiculously wasteful to me – no pun intended. This process of generating tons of solid waste and then spending millions of dollars to transport it thousands of miles to be buried just seemed to scream for a better solution.

    Read More

  • PSF Piping Foreman, Dale “DJ” Fatland seizes an opportunity to introduce himself to UW football coach, Steve Sarkisian.  Coach Sarkisian gave a heartfelt and grateful speech to a mutually appreciative UW Husky Stadium Renovation construction team during the topping-off event on October 3rd (more details of the event are available here).  DJ reports, “The last steel beam was being lifted into place!! He spoke at the luncheon and hung around for a while and I just walked up to him and asked if he would take a pic with me!”

  • Brenden Guffin has recently joined PSF as Project Design Engineer. Guffin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Eastern Washington University where he studied HVAC design along with energy management.

  • Congratulations to our own Chris Rice, pipefitter UA Local 26.  Chris has been with PSF Mechanical for almost four years and just received his Medical Gas Certification, making him one of only about 400 individuals in Washington State to hold this federally regulated certification. He is currently working full-time at the Seattle Genetics Building 3 TI project in Bothell, WA. With the addition of Chris, PSF now has seven certified medical gas fitters on the team.

  • PSF has been excited to be a member of the UW Husky Stadium Renovation project team. As the project continues to progress, here’s a look at some of our recent highlights:

    A 7,500 lb. air handling unit 5H-6 (for service to new suites in south stands) is suspended as footings are prepared for the unit’s final seating:

    Read More