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May 27, 2016

Construction Award • Public building
$50 million-$100 million

Photo courtesy of W.G. Clark Construction
Maple and Terry halls are part of a three-building student housing complex on UW’s West Campus.

UW Maple and Terry halls

Location: Seattle

General contractor: W.G. Clark Construction

Owner/developer: University of Washington

Primary designer: Mithun

Maple and Terry halls are a 373,300-square-foot, two-building complex that houses over 1,100 students on the University of Washington’s West Campus. It represents the final phase of the master plan for revitalizing student housing on West Campus.

The two buildings primarily include double-occupancy student housing units with private baths as well as efficiency apartments and studios. The below-grade parking garage spans both buildings and connects to an earlier-phase project, completing a three-building complex with connected plazas and outdoor spaces.

The facility includes new Housing and Food Services offices, a great room, gaming lounge, meeting/conference facilities, laundry facilities, indoor bike storage, music/band practice rooms, and rooftop lounge/study areas overlooking Lake Union, Portage Bay and the downtown skyline.

W. G. Clark Construction provided extensive pre-construction services, including constructability and material analysis, estimating, scheduling, LEED and sustainability analysis. The project is slated for LEED gold certification.

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