Gallery of mixed-use civil engineering projects completed by BRH.
Gallery of mixed-use land surveying projects completed by BRH.
Waterfront-related aspects for this mixed-use complex, on Westlake Avenue North, included temporary mixed-use, shoring permit support, and surface and sub-surface drainage design. BRH provided full scope civil engineering and land surveying services, including on and off-site components.
This mixed-use project is a landmark on Westlake Avenue in Seattle. The courtyard-style design features office and retail spaces with panoramic views of the lake. BRH provided full scope civil engineering and land surveying services, including on and off-site components.
This 11-story mixed-use building near Pike Place contains a hotel, apartments, and street-level retail. BRH’s civil team provided on and off-site construction documents, LEED Platinum design components, road improvement plans for First Avenue and Stewart Street, plus permitting support services, and construction administration.
This downtown Bellevue project consists of a two-building mixed-use complex with Safeway as the anchor tenant. Three levels of underground parking serve the retail and five-story towers. Besides utility, drainage, sanitary sewer, water, grading, and frontage improvement design, our scope included surrounding street improvements.
This Belltown, Seattle mixed-use project features 150 condominium units. The building offers residents 3 levels of below-grade parking, retail, and artist’s lofts. We participated in the Master Use Plan (MUP), and provided design development, construction documents, and LEED services in coordination with the architect.
This mixed-use project is comprised of two parcels in Wallingford, Seattle. The facility contains residential, commercial and on-site parking. BRH provided comprehensive site design including grading, water quality, and on-site utilities, as well as adjacent street improvement design.
Taylor 28 is comprised of two five-story, mixed-use buildings in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. We incorporated sustainable features into our design, including rain gardens, stormwater infiltration, a rainwater harvesting cistern for use in landscape gardening and toilet flushing, stormwater detention, and pervious concrete.