City of Bothell Public Works Operation Center Administration Building achieves LEED Silver
December 8, 2011 · Updated 2:21 PM
The Green Building Certification Institute has notified the city of Bothell that the new Public Works Operation Center Administration Building has achieved LEED Silver Certification.
This is the first LEED-certified building for the city of Bothell.
Seattle‐based Hutchison & Maul Architecture designed the building. The project team included ArchEcology (LEED/green consultant), Wagner Architects (shops building consultant), DCI (structural engineering), Coughlin Porter Lundeen (civil engineering), TresWest (M/E engineering), Talasaea (landscape architecture) and the Robinson Company (cost consultant). JTM Construction was the general contractor and Vanir was the construction manager.
The operation center is located at 21239 20th Ave. S.E. in Canyon Park. The site was selected in collaboration with the adjoining Northshore School District Transportation Center to permit shared maintenance operations by both facilities. The two‐story, 16,000-square-foot Administration Building consolidates offices, locker rooms, conference rooms and a lunch room into one structure. The lunch room also serves as a public meeting room to hold up to 100 people, and is designed to perform as a back‐up Emergency Operations Center.