Projects

Many owners, developers, and general contractors have teamed with UMC to ensure the success of their mechanical systems. The following contains lists of sample UMC projects within a variety of construction areas.

  • Washington State Employees Credit Union - The WSECU Campus will include three buildings on adjacent lots. Building One will be the new headquarters for the Washington State Employee's Credit Union: 163,000 sq.ft. with one-half level underground parking. Building Two will be a 204,000 sq.ft. parking garage with seven to eight levels. Building Three will be a spec office building consisting of approximately 320,000 sq.ft. of office and retail area.
  • Washington State Department of Information Services: Wheeler Project - Office complex and data center on the Capitol Campus in Olympia. The complex will stretch over 7.6 acres and total 456,000 square feet as well as house a new headquarters for DIS and the Washington State Patrol.
  • Harborview Ninth & Jefferson Building - The NJB 14-story tower will house expanded Harborview outpatient services in orthopedics, spine, neuroscience and sleep disorders, as well as such notable tenants as the King County Medical Examiner, the University of Washington School of Medicine and the Department of Global Health.
    Read an article by UMC's engineering manager for more information about NJB's mechanical systems.
  • Buildings 26 & 32 - Three new office buildings located in South Lake Union.
  • Swedish Medical Center: Orthopedic Institute - The new 372,000 square-foot $140 million facility is the first of its kind in the Pacific Northwest and one of the largest dedicated orthopedic facilities in the country.
  • Good Samaritan Hospital - Patient Care Tower & Central Utility Plant (Design-Assist). Consists of a nine story, roughly 350,000 sq.ft. hospital tower, a central utility plant upgraded with a connecting tunnel between the CUP and the new hospital building, and a parking garage with roughly 516 parking stalls.

 





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