The CenCom Building Renovation project, located in Bremerton, WA, consisted of the renovation of a former 911 dispatch center into a 5,700 square-foot facility dedicated to the WSU Electrical Engineering program at Olympic College. WSU offers a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Olympic College, and students who have started in, or previously completed, a traditional four-year program are also eligible to enroll in this program to complete the last two years of their engineering degree.
CenCom Building Renovation
WA Patriot was proud to work with Central Kitsap School District and Rice Fergus Miller Architects to provide the Bremerton Community this much anticipated community school. The scope of work for this Educational facility involved tenant improvements in approximately 30,000 SF of a 60,000 SF building. The project transforms the existing space from a business center into a learning environment, providing classrooms, work stations, and administrative space for an alternative/community school for Central Kitsap School District.
The scope of work for this new Athletics and Aquatics Center included 38,000 square feet of new construction and 24,000 square feet of renovated space, as follows:
- New indoor NCAA competition pool with eight competition-width lanes and three warm-up lanes for instruction, rehabilitation, and therapy with seating for nearly 400 spectators
- Renovations to the existing athletic center will include new team meeting rooms, a new rowing ergometers room, an enhanced sports medicine facility, and a new coaching staff office suite
- New addition to the fitness center for additional cardio and weight equipment and new day-use locker rooms
- New reception area, which will include a Loggers Hall of Fame and video showcase, a juice bar/café, and patron amenities
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The project consists of a variety of tenant improvement projects that will be performed May- August 2015. Read more…
This $12M, 48,000 square foot steel framed structure consisted of a myriad of exterior finishes, including metal siding, metal roofing, brick veneer, cedar siding and aluminum curtain/window wall. The building houses the Bookstore, Floral Shop and Studio, Game Room, TV Room, New Student Programs Office, Clothing Shop, Bistro, as well as a Servery, Kitchen and Dining area. In addition, new classrooms were added to the floor plan. There is an 11,000 square foot Multi-purpose area that can be divided into three separate meeting rooms and can accommodate a minimum of 150 persons, or by opening all the partitions, the space is capable of an assembly of 1500 persons.
*Project completed by Wade Perrow Construction with current WA Patriot employees.
Project consists of renovating 5000 SF of lecture hall Rm 103 at McIntyre Hall which includes the following scopes: demolition, abatement, finish carpentry, casework, wood door/hardware, acoustical ceiling, resilient flooring, painting/staining, drywall, electrical, and HVAC. Work will commence on May 19th and must be completed by July 2nd. Owner will occupy areas immediately adjacent to the project area. Owner’s operations must be maintained at all times.
WA Patriot was selected from a design-build competition to design and construct Phase III of the Pierce County Skills Center (PCSC), a new $8.7M, 24,870 square foot Culinary & Hospitality Arts and Administration Center. The facility will offer students hands-on instruction in culinary arts with baking and production cooking training, a live demonstration kitchen and a student-operated deli/grille. The facility also features a career center, commons area for multipurpose functions, and administration offices for the campus.
During construction, WA Patriot provided educational opportunities for the PCSC Construction Trades program in a variety of ways such as hiring an intern to help perform administrative tasks, sponsoring a graduate of the skills center into the carpenters apprenticeship program, and giving students tours of the jobsite during various phases of construction.
WA Patriot completed interior renovations and system upgrades to the Jones Hall Admissions Department at the University of Puget Sound campus. Interior upgrades were performed in corridors, office suites, and restrooms and included demolition of existing occupied spaces, repair and patching, installation of new finishes including drywall, painting, flooring, ceilings, cabinetry, fixtures, doors, hardware, and storefronts. Scope also included mechanical, plumbing, and electrical system upgrades.
WA Patriot performed a variety of tenant improvements at the University of Puget Sound during the summer months of 2014. Interior repairs and upgrades to finishes, fixtures, and mechanical/electrical systems were performed in existing buildings in a short duration of just 80 calendar days. Working in occupied areas meant that WA Patriot had to work closely with the tenants, keep all areas clean and safe, and minimize noise during business hours. Work was performed in various areas of Kittredge Hall, Howarth Hall, Jones Hall, Wheelock Student Center, Music, and Media houses.