#7. University of Washington CSE/EE -- Phase III

Project cost: $44.5 million

The Computer Science Engineering/Electrical Engineering Building at the UW is designed to maximize natural light.
Rendering courtesy of LMN Architects

Project address:
185 Stevens Way, Seattle

Start of construction:March 2001

Expected completion date:
April 2003

University of Washington

The Computer Science Engineering/Electrical Engineering Building is the third phase of a planned addition comprised of computer work rooms, offices and support facilities to meet the needs of the two departments.

The new phase adds six stories above grade and two basement levels for a total of 169,665 square feet. In addition, 20,000 square feet of incomplete Phase I space will be finished to interface with the new addition.

The university's primary goal is to provide high-quality program space with finishes that create a warm, pleasant working environment for students, faculty and staff. M.A. Mortenson Co., the project's general contractor/construction manager, is working closely with the architect and the owner to achieve that goal by maximizing natural light through the use of various window and skylight systems, full-height atrium space, high-quality lighting, and wood and metal finishes.


GC/CM contractor:
M.A. Mortenson Co., 14719 N.E. 29th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007, (425) 895-9000

LMN Architects, 801 Second Ave., Suite 501, Seattle, WA 98104, (206) 682-3460

Other Participants
R.W. Rhine
Walker Speciality
HOS Bros.
GBC Inc.
Pacific Erectors
Hayward Steel
Stirret Johnsen
Cochran Inc.
Affiliated Engineers Northwest Inc.
Skilling Ward Magnusson Barkshire
Syska & Hennessey Inc.
Michael Yantis Associates
ATC Associates
Nakano Associates
Mayes Testing Engineers
URS Corp.

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