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January 11, 2021
The new $187.3 million Mukilteo multimodal ferry terminal, at 910 First St, is Washington State Ferries’ first new terminal in 40 years.
The terminal has many green features and a tribal-influenced design. It has more space for vehicle holding and separates pedestrian and vehicle boarding with an overhead walkway.
The centerpiece is its two-story passenger building with elements of a longhouse in a 30-by-100-foot footprint, done in collaboration with seven Coast Salish tribes. It is clad in cedar siding and has large glass windows facing Puget Sound. Elevators at the east and west ends lead to a linear promenade at the upper level, from which entries to the ticketing and waiting area are plainly visible.
The project was designed to LEED gold standards, with solar panels, rainwater harvesting, natural ventilation, radiant floor heat, stormwater treatment, pervious concrete and rain gardens. The roof has 84 cross-laminated timber panels supported by glulam beams.
Tribal cultural motifs created by local Native American artists are displayed throughout the building.
Owner: Washington State Ferries
Contractors: Imco General Construction (uplands work, including passenger building, promenade and toll plaza); Manson Construction and Orion Marine Construction (in-water work)
Architect: LMN Architects
Project manager, structural and civil engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers
Mechanical, plumbing engineer: FSi Consulting Engineers
Electrical engineer: Jacobs
Lighting: dark|light design
Landscape design: HBB Landscape Architecture
Communications systems: Ergosynch
Vertical transportation: The Greenbusch Group
Geotechnical: Hart Crowser
Signage design: Ilium Associates
Artists: James Madison, Joe Gobin
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