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November 8, 2019

First Place: Unique Use
Bothell City Hall

Photo provided by Masonry Institute of Washington
A multi-tiered waterfall and stone pedestal serve to create a welcoming community gathering space.

Location: Bothell

Mason contractor: DFL Masonry

Architect: Miller Hull

Owner: City of Bothell

General contractor: GLY

Masonry supplier: Basalite Concrete Products

The new Bothell City Hall replaces a building that was built in 1938. Located in the heart of Bothell’s downtown, it consolidates departments previously spread across the city in makeshift facilities.

The project includes a three-story, 251-car parking structure beneath a 53,000-square-foot office building and town hall/community meeting rooms. It was constructed with a target of LEED Gold.

Multiple stonework enhancements, including a multi-tiered waterfall and stone pedestal, serve to create a welcoming community gathering space.

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