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September 6, 2016
Food Lifeline has opened the Hunger Solution Center in South Seattle.
The center consolidates all of Food Lifeline's administrative, assembly, warehouse and distribution activities from two locations to one, 190,000-square-foot site.
The tenant improvement project called for a 10,000-square-foot office mezzanine, 17,000 square feet of freezer and cooler area, spaces for volunteers and food repacking, and more warehouse storage.
Designed for flexibility, the center can adapt to Food Lifeline's future needs. The open concept office space has strategically placed rooms, floor outlets, and a flexible lighting system that can be reconfigured. The interior was constructed with non-load bearing walls and the freezer slab was built to accommodate future expansion.
The Hunger Solution Center allows Food Lifeline to collect and distribute up to 100 million pounds of food, an additional 50 million meals, to people in Western Washington each year.
Owner: Food Lifeline
Owner's representative: OAC Services, Inc.
General contractor: Abbott Construction
Architect: Innova Architects
Metal framing and drywall: Western Partitions
Fire suppression: Moore Fire Protection
Plumbing: Williams Mechanical
HVAC: GB Systems
System engineering and equipment: Refrigeration Unlimited
Panel supply and installation: Pitman Enterprises
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