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  • Construction has begun on the new 12-story lab and office building at 400 Dexter Ave. N.
    PSF is the mechanical/plumbing contractor for this new building that will include approximately 254,000 square feet of office space, approximately 15,500 square feet of retail space and 128,000 square feet of below-grade parking. Other project team members include Alexandria Real Estate Equities, BNBuilders, Inc., and CollinsWoerman. Aerial photo by Sky-Pix Aerial Photography.

    The Alexandria Center; 400 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109; South Lake Union; owner: Alexandria Real Estate Equities; architect: CollinsWoerman; general contractor: BNBuilders

  • Construction will begin soon on the 40-story apartment tower at 970 Denny Way in South Lake Union. Read more about the project in the Daily Journal of Commerce here. PSF is the design-build mechanical contractor for this apartment tower that will include 468 units as well as 15,580 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 359 parking spaces

  • Talon Private Capital and Lake Union Partners plan to pursue the Living Building program on the development of the office complex to be built at 820 Roy Street. Read more in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce here. PSF Mechanical is the design-build mechanical contractor for office complex that will include 163,000 square feet of office space, 16,000 square feet of retail space, and 179 underground parking spaces.

  • The Center for Wooden Boats’ Dick and Colleen Wagner Education Center project will break ground January 19th. PSF is the mechanical contractor for this 9,200-square-foot education center that will expand services for youths. Other project team members include Olson-Kundig Architects, Schuchart Construction, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Sparling, WSP/Parsons Brinkerhoff, Wood Harbinger, SME, SoundEarth Strategies,Adapt Engineering, and David Bolin, the owner’s representative. Read more about this project in the Daily Journal of Commerce here.

  • On November 8th, members of team “PSF Honu Kekoa” (translated loosely as “PSF Turtle Warrior”) participated in the 10th Annual Winter Pineapple Classic, a Hawaiian-themed 5K obstacle course fun run to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

    The team included Kari Brekke, Traci Staffen, Catherine Gundlach, Rick Bruce, and some of their family members. The team braved the chilly temperatures, getting muddy along the way as they navigated obstacles including a tire climb, a belly crawl, and the soapy slip and slide. Members raised funds from sales of baked goods and lunches at their offices. The money will go toward the LLS’s mission to “Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.”