This extended stay hotel has 122 suite-style rooms. BRH provided grading design, storm drainage, sewer design and water supply for both domestic and fire protection systems. Bio-filtration was provided using swales. We also designed the parking layout and coordinated with the City of Bothell to obtain a rezone.
BRH was asked to assist with the re-development of this historic 1926 downtown Seattle hotel. Our scope started with work leading towards the acquisition of a Master Use Permit. Next, we provided civil on and off-site design. BRH also prepared full scope surveying on this site.
BRH provided the site grading and storm drainage system design, including water quality and detention. The existing motel was to be totally demolished and a new Fairfield Inn built on the cleared site. The scope also required the design of water and sanitary sewer systems for this City of SeaTac site.
This 6-story hotel in Lynnwood forms part of a 17-acre business park. Besides full service civil and survey services for the entire site, BRH assisted with wetland creation and protection in full compliance with local codes. We also provided a rebuild of the frontage street adjacent to I-5.
BRH was involved in civil design for this projected hotel development on the Shilshole waterfront. The scope included due diligence, and on and off-site construction documents that covered everything from utility engineering to runoff control around this waterfront site.
The inn is a 10-minute drive from the Rainier National Park and is adjacent to the gondola at Crystal Mountain. BRH provided multiple civil services including a schematic plan, coordination with the owner, civil construction documents and permitting support, plus construction administration services.