Seattle project to turn 1940s warehouse into LEED Gold workspace for Army Corps of Engineers

November 10, 2011

The Federal Center South Redevelopment, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is part of the U.S. General Service Administration’s Design Excellence program. Redeveloped and modernized from a 1940s warehouse into a sustainable workplace, the building will house the Seattle District headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The redevelopment encompasses 209,000 sf at a projected cost of $72 million. Targeting LEED Gold certification, the project will incorporate various energy-saving systems while helping revitalize the surrounding community. The Building Team consists of ZGF Architects LLP, Sellen Construction, KPFF Consulting Engineers, and WSP Flack + Kurtz.

         
 

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