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February 16, 2016
Green River Community College has opened a new Trades Complex, located across the street from the main campus at Southeast 320th Street and 124th Avenue Southeast in Auburn.
The 55,000-square-foot building houses the college's automotive, carpentry, manufacturing and welding programs. Total project cost was $34.6 million.
It includes two automotive labs, classrooms and a tool room. The carpentry lab uses a dust collection system that vacuums wood dust and pipes it outside, where it is collected in large barrels for recycling.
Large sliding doors lead to the gallery area, allowing vehicles to be driven inside for display.
Owner: Green River College
Owner's representative: Washington Department of Enterprise Services
Architect: S.M. Stemper
General contractor: The Walsh Group
Civil: Reid Middleton
Electrical: Tres West Engineers
Landscape architect: Susan Black and Associates
Major subcontractors: Miles Resources, GWI Steel, KBH Construction, Robison Mechanical, Valley Electric, Emerald Fire, RRSA, Forrest Sound, CHG, J&S Masonry, Sessler, Axiom, Pacific Window Systems, Washington Architectural Hardware, Continental Door, SS Landscaping, P&S Painting, Architectural Sheet Metal
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