The Pioneer Square Pergola project was a restoration of a property listed in the State or National Register of Historic Places. BRH provided topographic and construction surveys, as well as High Definition 3D laser scanning of some of the associated underground areas.
This AIA award winning library, featuring a glass façade, contains 11,000 square feet of space for books, computers, and community meetings. BRH provided a boundary and topographic survey, a utility detection, and location, as well as utility updates and an ALTA land title survey for this $11.9M facility.
Benaroya Hall, a downtown Seattle cultural landmark, is the home of the Seattle Symphony. The building sits directly above the BNSF Railway tunnel under downtown Seattle, and is adjacent to the Metro Bus Tunnel. BRH was asked to provide monitoring services to track earth movement during the construction phase.
BRH provided full surveys for the 140,000 sq. ft. Museum of Pop Culture (Experience Music Project at that time) within the Seattle Center. Our scope of work included a boundary survey, legal research and descriptions, utility locations, a lot line adjustment, a complex ALTA survey, construction surveying, and monitoring. We also conducted 3D laser scanning of the monorail enclosure.
Seattle’s Space Needle was built in 1962. When the landmark was upgraded with the SkyCity Restaurant and SpaceBase retail, BRH was engaged to provide an as-built of the structural supports up to the 100-foot SkyCity level, and also to prepare layout plans for the new...
The WSCC plans to add 1.23 million sq. ft. of exhibition and meeting space, The plan will add 1,600 parking slots, 30 truck bays, and 27 Metro bus layover bays. BRH is providing a variety of surveys for the expansion, which has included mapping the Convention Place bus and light rail station.