This project involved seismic upgrades to an existing 7,800 sf warehouse as well as construction of a new 2,037 sf canopy. The remodel project provided a much-needed facelift for the vastly growing community while blending into the City of Tacoma atmosphere. As the tenant, MacDonald Miller chose to have WA Patriot also perform the Tenant Improvement scope of work, which was added while WA Patriot performed the seismic upgrades.
2801 Pacific Ave. Seismic Upgrades/Tenant Improvements
This project involved modifications to an existing hangar at the Tacoma Narrows Airport. Scope included installation of new restroom facilities, mechanical/plumbing/electrical upgrades, new doors and hardware, polished concrete floors, insulation improvements, and new storefront systems.
The Alma Mater project involved a 22,000 square foot renovation of the former Carpenter’s Union Hall located in downtown Tacoma. The two-story venue features a coffee shop and café, lounge, event spaces to house 5-500 people, performance venue, arts gallery, recording studio, and shared arts studios.
WA Patriot got involved early with the Alma Mater team and their designers to provide preconstruction services and assist with design completion. Through partnering and commitment to the owner’s vision, we were able to provide a unique facility that serves artists in this revitalized community.
You can watch the transformation of this building from our work:
For more information about Alma Mater, visit their website.
This T.I project for Alaska Airlines upgraded an existing space to house the Inflight Training Center for Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants. In addition to remodeling the existing space, the project provided more classrooms for training, as well as providing a bathroom, lounge and offices for the instructors.
WA Patriot recently completed construction of the Pier 4 Marine Building, which is part of the larger Pier 4 Phase 2 Reconfiguration awarded to Manson Construction. The two-story 6,700 sf facility includes a large break room, restrooms, offices, kitchenette, and an elevator for the Pier 4 Longshoremen. Building construction consists of a structural steel brace frame with structural wood framing, exterior metal wall panels, aluminum storefronts, wood and cork paneling, honed concrete, cloud ceilings and a PVC single ply roofing system.
This design-build project consisted of repairs and upgrades to the existing parking structure of Natural Resources Building (NRB) in Olympia, Washington. Scope of work included replacing the overhead fire suppression system and the failing sealant product on surfaces that are exposed to the weather as follows:
- Fire sprinkler nozzles were added to the fire system.
- Earthquake bracing was repaired on level P-3 and in the tunnel between OB2 and NRB.
- Existing waterproof membrane on the surfaces of the P-1 and P-2 levels was removed and replaced with a more durable product.
- Concrete and sealant was removed from the surface, and soil and trees removed from planters on the mezzanine.
- Walkways were resurfaced and new landscaping was installed.
- Water leaks were repaired in the parking garage stair towers.
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.
This project consisted of renovations to more than 10,000 SF of space in Bldg. 3-800 Cafeteria at Boeing Field in Seattle. Scope of work involved demolition of the existing cafeteria and adjacent spaces and construction of a new larger Cafe that included a full commercial kitchen, multiple food station cafeteria, soft seating area, all new mechanical, fire sprinkler, and electrical systems, and over $1M of new kitchen equipment. The Cafe and seating areas were finished with high-end finishes including wood ceilings, stone countertops, and seeded aggregate concrete floors. Project was fast-paced with a 4-month duration and involved supporting a temporary food services operation in the occupied facility throughout construction. WA Patriot coordinated the work to accommodate our client’s occupancy requirements during construction, and coordinated the schedule to minimize impacts and facilitate their ongoing operations.
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.
This Design-Build Commercial TI project involved the renovation of an existing retail space to support its conversion into a swim facility. WA Patriot was brought on early during design to assist with preconstruction services, and subsequently provided build out of the facility. The scope of the project included providing two below ground swimming pools, new bathrooms and showers, changing stalls, admin space, sales area, and lounge/lobby area. The mission of Beard Swim Co. is to provide an atmosphere in which swim students gain “the proficiency and confidence to safely immerse themselves in the aquatic environment and activities they will encounter throughout life.” WA Patriot was excited to be involved in this project that will have such a positive impact on our community.