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  • Check out this article published by GLY Construction about the building of Seattle Academy’s new STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Arts and Math) Building:

    Building Through the Eyes of a Parent

    As the design-assist mechanical contractor, PSF fabricated and installed the HVAC and hydronic pipe systems, as well as the interior plumbing systems for the facility.

    © Lara Swimmer Photography

    © Lara Swimmer Photography

  • © Lara Swimmer Photography

    © Lara Swimmer Photography

    The Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences has finished its STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Arts and Math) Building on Capitol Hill in Seattle. As the design-assist mechanical contractor, PSF fabricated and installed the HVAC and hydronic pipe systems, as well as the interior plumbing systems for the facility. Read more about the STREAM Building in a recent issue of the Daily Journal of Commerce here.

  • SPTI Multitool iStock_000011788180_XXXLarge_WebOur Special Projects Tenant Improvements (SPTI) Division has been busy since we last reported on them. Since then, this team, led by Mike Gifford, manager of the SPTI Division, and Scott Pickler, Superintendent, has nearly tripled in size and exceeded their goals by doubling their volume each year for the past two years.

    What makes this division so special is the combination of the project executives’ relationships with their clients and their more direct and holistic approach in the field that is catered to meet the needs of each specific project and client. As single points of contact for each of their clients, team members bring experience from their unique backgrounds in engineering, estimating, fabrication, and plan-spec work. This allows team members to pursue projects that are best aligned with their individual expertise. By reducing the number of people involved to the absolute minimum, project communication is clearer and project execution is more efficient, allowing the SPTI team to be more cost competitive and deliver a better product. Being flexible, resourceful, and pragmatic in their approach, SPTI team members are able to provide quick response and resolutions to potential problems. This is especially important due to the nature of SPTI projects as logistically-challenging, quick turnaround projects containing all the processes of large projects only compressed into a much shorter timeframe.

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  • Drilling on one of the eight 250-foot deep geothermal wells for the hydronic heating and cooling system.

    Work has begun on the geothermal ground loop system for the new KCLS Tukwila Library. The new 10,000 sf library will include a flexible common area for tutoring, studying, lectures, and performances that can evolve with the community’s needs. As the mechanical subcontractor, PSF will be installing the HVAC and plumbing systems, a geothermal ground loop system, and radiant floor piping. PSF will also be conducting startup, test & balance, and commissioning activities for the project.

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  • For the past two years, the PSF Ambassador Award has given our leadership team the opportunity to acknowledge outstanding individuals or teams that go above and beyond to represent PSF’s corporate values both internally and externally. Recipients of this award, presented with a symbolic silver hard hat, are recognized for their leadership and observable examples of advocacy, collaboration, integrity, reliability and long-term partnerships.

    Congratulations to Project Manager Amy Braun, and Superintendent Mark Stenson, Local 32, for their hard work and dedication to making PSF’s new corporate headquarters a reality this past Spring. “Home” remodels can be especially challenging and both Amy and Mark worked tirelessly to bring it all together. We are grateful for their efforts and look forward to future successes in our new corporate headquarters!

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    Amy Braun and Mark Stenson receive the PSF Ambassador Award from COO Chris Lawson