These sites are being used for automobile emission testing stations and are located in King, Snohomish and Pierce County. BRH provided design for site grading, storm, sanitary and water for 10 parcels ranging in size from 1.5 to 2.0 acres.
The existing parking lot on this Port Angeles site was deteriorating, cracking and settling, leaving areas of standing water. We re-graded the surface, building in an effective drainage system and adding requested site design features.
This facility maintains County vehicles involved in street maintenance, sweeping and emergency services, including snow removal. Site layout includes space for vehicle storage, and stockpiles of sand and gravel. We provided full scope civil engineering and the design of all site utilities, plus street improvements to Stone Avenue North.
BRH’s complete civil design incorporated detention tanks and stormwater filtration. Oil/water separation was also provided for truck washing runoff. Services included schematic design, frontage improvements, construction documents, permit review, and construction administration.
This regional post office distribution center in Redmond, required complete civil drawings including storm, sanitary sewer, water, fire lines, drainage design, parking, access and the design of regional water quality improvements.
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.