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The first new terminal in 40 years for the Washington State Dept. of Transportation-operated Washington State Ferries, the country’s largest ferry system, came with tricky site conditions and cultural significance that impacted both design and construction for a $187-million project split into multiple contracts to ensure on-time delivery.
The Gideon Street Overcrossing in Portland, Ore., now links the old and the new with a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over five separate railway tracks, crossing the TriMet light rail and Union Pacific Railroad tracks, and restoring an important connection in the Hosford-Abernethy neighborhood.
As a telecommunications company, T-Mobile US knows the power of strong connections. The team renovating its Bellevue, Wash., headquarters paid special attention to connecting multiple buildings throughout the campus, which spans more than 1 million sq ft of office space.
Time was on the side of the team building the California Creek Fish Passage Project, designed to replace the stream crossings beneath four separate roadways to better support the area’s fish and wildlife.
Situated on a hilltop with panoramic views of four iconic Northwest mountains, Willamette National Cemetery’s natural landscape both helped and hindered its phased expansion. The design-build project for the Dept. of Veteran Affairs (VA) expanded and improved the cemetery after a 38.2-acre land acquisition.
Located on a quarter block on 2nd and Stewart in downtown Seattle, the Emerald is a 41-story condominium tower with 263 residential units, five levels of below-grade parking and retail space on the ground level. The 381,571-sq-ft tower features such amenities as a fitness center, yoga studio, dog washing room and outdoor terrace. The 39th floor will be home to an outdoor space for residents.
The more professional services a company can offer, the more opportunities it will find for future work. And when it comes to utility work, W.A. Rasic (WAR) has a diverse portfolio to showcase its capabilities.