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July 5, 2011
Valve Software, an entertainment software and technology company, has completed a 54,000-square-foot tenant improvement on three floors of Skyline Tower in Bellevue.
Offices were created using partial-height walls and butt-glazed transoms.
Expansion and remodeling included a main distribution frame room and intermediate distribution frame rooms, a large break room with commercial kitchen, restrooms with showers and lockers, and a new architectural steel stairway connecting all three floors.
The fast-track project was completed in 21 weeks.
Owner: Valve Software, Bellevue
Contractor: Foushee, Bellevue
Architects: JPC Architects, Bellevue, and Replinger Hossner Osolin architects, Seattle
Interiors: LMN, Seattle
Engineer: DCI, Seattle
Mechanical engineer:Hargis Engineers
Electrical engineer: Sparling
(Editor's note: This story has been changed to name more firms on the design team.)
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