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May 16, 2014
General contractor: Turner Construction
Primary designer: JPC Architects
The Concur tenant-improvement project encompassed six floors of a Bellevue office tower and was performed in three phases.
It included an extensive demolition, new office layout, wall system, HVAC work, lobby upgrades, break areas, usability labs, conference rooms, glass fronts, fireproofing and the addition of a steel staircase.
The entire jobsite was virtually paperless through use of iPads, digital plans tables and a digital document-management system called c.docs that was used not only by Turner, but all the subcontractors as well.
Turner also created an innovative punch-list system by building a rolling work station that allowed the project team to efficiently tour the project and identify all issues. All punch-list items were then documented via Turner’s document-management system and communicated to all parties.
“I would like to again say thank you to the Turner team for the consistent focus and detailed management to knock this project out of the park, said John B. Gillespie, senior project manager for the landlord, Kilroy Realty Corp.
“You have delivered this project faster than the lease negotiations ever thought possible, and with no overtime cost, to allow the schedule to be realized.”