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September 3, 2003

A machine shop gets retooled for the future

  • The advertising firm Sedgwick Rd. wanted an office with a large atrium, and its industrial bones exposed.
    Special to the Journal

    Photo by Tim Bies
    An industrial stairway shares space with an amusement park pig and a cafe table on the steel-plated floor.

    When Jim Walker took over Seattle’s newly named Sedgwick Rd., a subsidiary of McCann Erickson WorldGroup, he was ready to take some chances.

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