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Brumbaugh & Associates

Location: Kirkland
President: Mark Brumbaugh
Size of firm: 10
Year founded: 1987
Annual revenues: $1 million
Specialties: Private real estate development, corporate office, retail mixed use, multifamily residential and health care

Revenues have grown at Brumbaugh & Associates since last year, but staff size has not.

"The health care segment has grown a lot in the past two years," said Brumbaugh, "especially in hospital expansion and assisted care facilitities - Were all getting older."

The commercial market is also still very active in Seattle, and Brumbaugh expects markets to rebound in Portland. Office demand continues to be really strong, he said. In the high tech market, which Brumbaugh has traditionally served, space is getting tighter. Microsoft has absorbed so much space that it and other software firms are searching for underutilized space and infill land, or tearing down old office buildings and replacing them, he said. "Were seeing that in the urban and suburban contexts."

The firm is involved in master planning for Microsoft proposed campus at Issaquah Highlands. Brumbaugh is also working on the LakePoint, a large, mixed-use commercial, retail and multi-family development in Kenmore with ZGF Architects and on Mill Creek Town Center with LMN Architects.

Work continues on several hospitals and health care institutions, including Harrison in Silverdale and Fred Hutchinson and Evergreen in Seattle.

With Trammell Crow, the firm is working on the Parkrose Townhomes in Los Angeles.

"Were starting to see a lot more response from owners on the issues of sustainable design," said Brumbaugh, "especially among younger, technology-based companies. Theyre more open to considering alternatives."

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