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.
Constructed in 1889 as a hotel, the historic landmark structure was reinforced to meet code and converted to residential and retail use. BRH provided grading design, storm drainage, water supply for domestic and fire systems, sewer design and coordination with the City of Seattle.
BRH has provided topographic and as-built surveys, utility location and easements, a condominium survey, and SDOT base mapping. Work was conducted both within the market itself, as well as for the parking garage. A second series of surveys were requested, including as-builts of the existing conditions.
BRH provided a survey for the I-5 border crossing into Canada. This 60-acre assignment included mapping the 20 acre Peace Arch Park, administered by Washington State Parks. In addition to boundary and topographic surveys, we provided aerial control and I-5 ramp surveys.
The Holyoke historic 5-story building, on First and Spring in Seattle, was constructed in 1890, On this site, BRH provided an ALTA survey and ALTA update. We have surveyed numerous landmark buildings that appear on various historic registers. In recent years we have also scanned building interiors and exteriors.
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.
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.