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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

  • PSF Mechanical, Inc. is proud to be the design-build mechanical contractor for the First Hill Tower – 1001 Minor Project, a new 17-story, LEED-certified, mixed-use development set to begin construction. The tower will include 16 levels of apartment homes, ground level retail, and four levels of underground parking.

    Demolition is beginning now and excavation will follow soon after. It is anticipated that the bottom of the hole will be reached in August of this year.

    Project team members include Holland Partner Group and Ankrom Moisan Architects.

    Photo courtesy of Ankrom Moisan Architects

  • PSF Mechanical is proud to announce the addition of Quint Sabatka to their management team as Chief Financial Officer. Quint brings a wide range of experience and education to the financial operations of PSF. Most recently, he served as Director of Finance at Lighthouse eDiscovery, an electronic discovery provider to Fortune 500 companies and Am Law 100 law firms. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Kansas State University; a Master of Business Administration from the University of Guelph in Canada; and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Calgary. Quint also holds the designation of Certified Management Accountant from CMA Alberta.

    Quint has held many different positions in finance and accounting throughout his career, and in various industries including hospitality, pharmaceuticals, high tech, transportation and logistics. Other positions most relevant to his current role are Director of Finance and Strategy (Trimac US), and CFO (Trimac Dry Bulk Group).

    Quint’s focus at PSF is to produce better insight and information using exceptional financial tools and providing strategic consulting. He feels inspired by opportunities to create value for all members of a company. “I see the potential rewards coming from the sense of achievement that comes with contributing to the success of one’s team and the company as a whole. I believe our responsibility as a finance/accounting department is to provide the company with the analytical insight needed to make decisions that will drive future success. When companies consistently achieve profitable growth, they provide their employees with opportunities to grow in their existing roles or advance to new ones, ultimately expanding their level of contribution to the organization. As employees are able to grow within the company, it allows them to fulfill some of their personal career goals.”

    “His energy is focused and contagious,” said Kevin Beardsley, Vice President of PSF. “Quint has provided great feedback already. He thinks ‘big picture,’ grasping the idea of interconnectedness of all parts of the business. While the financial health of the PSF will be a major focus, I believe his holistic view of the company is going to be a tremendous benefit.”

    “We are very excited to welcome Quint to our management team,” states Andy Read, President of PSF. “We’re looking forward to him developing relationships with our clients that will enhance our project delivery. Our goal, always, is to be an advocate on our clients’ behalf by creating better solutions.”

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