Waterfront-related aspects for this mixed-use complex, on Westlake Avenue North, included temporary mixed-use, shoring permit support, and surface and sub-surface drainage design. BRH provided full scope civil engineering and land surveying services, including on and off-site components.
BRH has served the Seattle Tennis Club with several requests for civil engineering. One recent project assisted the design team with grading and erosion control, drainage, and the installation of a ‘green’ stormwater system for their Lake Washington waterfront site.
The tennis club added a Pro Shop and also expanded the North lawn. BRH assisted the design team with grading and erosion control, drainage, and the installation of a ‘green’ stormwater system. The key to all services was to meet the City of Seattle’s low impact specifications.
BRH has provided multiple engineering and surveying services for this recreational facility, which was founded in 1927 in Seattle. These have included on and off-site civil engineering for the utility network, stormwater management, and design of a reconfigured parking lot.
This 1.3-acre park fronts on a branch of Seattle’s Thornton Creek. The scope included multiple agency coordination for utility easements, parcel donation, street vacation, and street dedication. In addition, streets were re-configured at the intersection of Roosevelt Avenue NE & Pinehurst Way NE.
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.
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 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.