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  • Feb 27 2015

    2015 Annual SMACNA WW Crab Feed

    Once a year for the past 52 years, SMACNA Western Washington breaks away from its traditional membership meeting format and its formal December Holiday Gala to let its hair down in a big way at the Annual Crab Feed.  Up until two years ago, the event was held in the hometown of Kurt Cobain, beautiful Aberdeen but has since moved to the Convention Center in Ocean Shores. There were concerns that Read More

  • Catherine Gundlach staff photoPSF Mechanical welcomes Catherine Gundlach as Sales Support Specialist. Catherine holds an Associate of Arts degree from Highline Community College and has more than twenty years of experience in sales, marketing, and management, including seven years in the construction industry.

  • Scott Youngs staff photoScott Youngs joins PSF Mechanical as HVAC Service Technician. Scott has more than 24 years of experience in the industry and holds a City of Seattle Refrigeration License.

  • Martin Marty staff photo
    PSF Mechanical welcomes Martin Marty as Network Administrator/ Reprographics Specialist. Martin has six years of experience in Information Technology consulting and support, including three years with Aiphone, working with building security, surveillance, and intercom systems for residential, commercial, governmental, correctional, and military projects.

  • A new year is bringing exciting changes to PSF. Effective March 2nd, after nearly 40 years in our current location in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle, our corporate office will be relocated to the Gateway Business Park, a short distance to the south. The move to this larger facility will resolve space constraints as well as allow our fabrication shops and logistics department to gain additional space needed to accommodate the growing demands of production. Beyond the obvious advantages of moving into a larger facility, we are excited about the several benefits of moving into a more open, flexible floorplan. We will be able to capitalize on a flexible layout that will offer us more options for structuring internal work groups, (i.e. grouping individuals by type of work performed vs. expertise or experience, or studio teams, etc.). We expect this to Read More