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March 27, 2017
The University of Washington Police Department has moved into a new $19.5 million building at 3939 15th Ave. N.E., just south of Gould Hall.
The 29,000-square-foot space houses offices, dispatch operations, a community meeting/training room, locker rooms, holding rooms, K-9 and bike patrol, and storage space on two upper levels and a basement.
The exterior is clad in bullet-resistant metal panels, some curtainwall sections are made with bullet-resistant glass and most of the windows have a special coating to control flying glass in case of an explosion.
Work included cleanup of contaminated soils from an old leaking oil tank and asbestos in the houses that were demolished.
Owner: University of Washington, Capital Planning and Development
General contractor/construction manager: BNBuilders
Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership
Design programming: McClaren, Wilson & Lawrie
Structural engineer: PCS Structural Solutions
Mechanical engineer: Notkin
Civil engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Electrical engineer: Travis, Fitzmaurice & Assoc.
Landscape architect: GGN
Geotechnical engineer: GeoDesign
Surveyor: Bush, Roed & Hitchings
Hazardous materials consultant: PBS Engineering and Environmental
Commissioning agent: HCES
SEPA consultant: EA
Cost estimator: JMB Consulting Group
Permits specialist: Permit Consultants NW
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