Clark Returns to the Pacific Northwest
SEATTLE – A decade after completing a 14-gate South Terminal Concourse at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Clark is returning to the Pacific Northwest. A Clark team recently worked on a project for Boeing in Renton, Wash., and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded the company a $108 million contract to build the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, Seattle Division Building 101 Mental Health and Research (MHR) Facility in Seattle.
The seven-story MHR building will include 203,000 square feet of space dedicated to mental health services and research, as well as administrative offices. The facility also will contain laboratory space with standard equipment. The building will be comprised of blast-protected curtain wall and metal panel façade. The scope of work also includes tying existing utilities into the new building, extensive civil grading, and hardscaping.
Stantec, San Francisco, is the architect and mechanical engineer. Additional project partners includes The Design Partnership, Oakland, architect; Degenkolb Engineers, Seattle, structural engineer; and Sparling, Lynwood, Wash., electrical engineer.