7 Seas Waterfront Taproom

The 7 Seas Waterfront Taproom is a 6,000 SF wood-framed, two-story new building located on Gig Harbor’s waterfront. The project involved demolition of an existing structure that served as the interim 7 Seas location until the new structure was built. The main level houses the taproom and the lower level includes offices, storage, and space for future onsite brewing.

Madigan North-5 Psychiatric Patient Unit Renovation

This design-build project involved the repair and renovation of a 14,000 square foot psychiatric patient care unit. Scope included patient care room renovations, improved safety of staff work areas, floor and ceiling refreshes and the addition of behavioral health specific finishes and hardware throughout the floor. Work also included improvements to the nurse call, fire alarm, access control and security systems within the patient care area, which greatly improved the overall standard of care in the unit as well as staff and patient safety.

This project earned a 2022 AGC of WA “Build Washington” award for Construction Excellence.

KWA Office Renovation

The scope of this design-build project involved the transformation of a four-story 1980’s era building into the administrative headquarters for KWA, a non-profit social service agency. Three floors of office space were renovated in Phase I, and Phase II constructed a Lifelong Learning Center in the basement of the building, which opened in April 2022.

Gig Harbor Peninsula FISH Food Bank and Community Services

The new home of the Gig Harbor Peninsula FISH Food Bank opened this summer at 4303 Burnham Drive in Gig Harbor. The 11,600 square foot facility replaces the space previously rented from the Eagles Building in Gig Harbor that was way too small to meet the needs of the community. The new facility provides FISH with much needed space for more grocery shopping, a separate area for clothing and household items, space for private client meetings and ample warehouse space for food and other items as well as large walk-in coolers and freezers. The facility also includes a reception and waiting area along with offices for the staff. Outside their facility is a new underground storm detention vault, expanded parking, a green space, secure covered loading dock facilities, and a separate firewood storage area. The building structure has been constructed to LEED Silver standards and will support the client’s mission for many years to come.

GHP FISH Food Bank & Community Services serves 11 zip codes across the Key Peninsula. In addition to food and clothing, they provide educational support and access to many other community resources.

 

 

 

 

Tool Gauge Expansion

The Tool Gauge Expansion project involved a 2 phase approach to allow their existing facility to remain fully operational while we built the new plastics building. Phase 1 was a 62,000 square foot single story concrete tilt-up structure with manufacturing and warehouse functions. Phase 2 was a 17,000 square foot single story with partial 2nd floor mezzanine insulated metal wall panel building shell with office, manufacturing and paint booth areas.

 

Point Fosdick Antique Airplane Hangar Upgrades

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.

Beard Swim Co.

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.

University of Puget Sound Athletics & Aquatics Center

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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City of Orting Maintenance Facility

This design-build project consisted of a 13,320 SF facility for the City of Orting Maintenance Department to store maintenance equipment and control operations from one single location. The facility includes office and warehouse space, a kitchen and breakroom, vehicle wash area, dry storage, and a concrete patio outside the kitchen/break room.

Pierce County Skills Center, Phase III

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.