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May 5, 2023


Photo by Corey Warren
PCI’s work on the Waverly included exterior metal stud framing, as well as many interior assemblies.


Location: Seattle

Contractor: Performance Contracting

Architect: Weber Thompson

Team: Northwest Carpenters Union; CWallA; Foundation Building Materials; GTS Interior Supply; Armstrong World Industries; Award Metals; CertainTeed Gypsum; Fry Reglet Corp.; Hamilton Drywall Products; Hilti; Scafco Steel Stud Co.; USG Building Systems

The Waverly project is an elegant and sophisticated addition to the South Lake Union/Denny Park neighborhood in Seattle. Located across the street from Denny Park, the Waverly offers beautiful views of the Space Needle, the city and the waterfront. The 29-story tower consists of 374 luxury units and four levels of below grade parking. There is conference space on level one, a gym with an outdoor sport court on level five, and amenity space on level 29. The exterior of metal panel and glass is a perfect addition to the Seattle skyline.

Performance Contracting Inc. (PCI) was thoroughly involved throughout this project assisting in design elements and scheduling. PCI’s scopes of work consisted of interior and exterior metal stud framing, gypsum board assemblies, firestopping, fireproofing, acoustical ceiling assemblies, and isolated ceilings. The main challenge faced with this project was the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which hit when the project was just getting started. In those uncertain times, all the trades on the project were able to pull together to overcome all obstacles. Once the project was up and running 100%, all the trades on the project came together to get the project completed with very few delays and as safely as possible.

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