OPUS CENTER @ UNION STATION
A special feature of DJC.COM, published Nov. 9, 2000.
An eight-story, 700-stall parking garage was built just south of Airport Way.
Development group: The Seneca Group, development consultant to Vulcan; Nitze-Stagen & Co., Inc, managing partners; NBBJ, architects; Baugh Construction Co, general contractor; Murase Associates, landscape design; Coughlin Porter Lundeen, structural engineers; Sparling, electrical engineers; Holaday-Parks, Inc., mechanical engineers; Com Group, Inc., communication; Lighting Concepts International, lighting; M. Yantis & Associates, acoustical engineers; Colliers International, leasing
Opus Northwest, general contractor and developer
Opus A&E, architect and engineer
Coughlin Porter Lundeen, structural and civil engineering
Murase Associates, landscape architect
Patriot Fire Protection, design-build of life safety systems
Stirrett Johnson, plumbing design-build
McDonald Miller, HVAC design-build
Cochran, electrical design-build
SAK, concrete contractor
United Iron, structural steel fabricator
The Erection Co., steel erection
Pardue International, brick panel system design-build
Eastside Glass, glass installation
Clark Pacific, glass-fiber-reinforced concrete
Opus' team includes Brian Fyall, senior project manager; Sam Giannini, superintendent; and Greg Smith, Mike Hlasta and Chris Harris, on-site project managers.
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