This campus has been a landmark in the Overlake area of north Bellevue. It has undergone several improvements and upgrades over the years. BRH services have included permitting support, full scope site development civil engineering, surveying, and construction administration support.
BRH provided full scope civil engineering for this notable facility in Bothell. Our work tasks included schematic support, design development, and construction documents. These were provided for the site, for the adjacent streets, and included all associated utility easements.
The Yakima field office serves children and families in central and Eastern Washington. BRH provided full scope construction documents for this service facility in Yakima. We were also involved in providing construction phase administrative support.
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.
We provided grading, drainage, and utility design for this upscale office building in Redmond. Close coordination was maintained with the City of Redmond during permit applications, design development, and final design, in order to meet all deadlines.
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 is a retail and multi-family project in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. BRH’s scope commenced with grading and erosion control planning prior to the demolishment of the original building. On and off-site full scope civil engineering was delivered for the new building.
This landmark project, in Seattle’s Belltown area, was constructed in 1906. It was originally named Crystal Pool. Our scope included the design of street improvements, utilities including water and sanitary sewer systems, a storm sewer system, including detention, and a pump station design.