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Federal Center South Building 1202 Redevelopment

​Office Buildings, National Design-Build Award

Seattle, Washington

Owner:
U.S. General Services Administration, Acquisition Solutions Branch
Design-Builder and General Contractor:
Sellen Construction
Architect:
ZGF Architects
Engineers:
WSP Flack + Kurtz (Mechanical, IT and Lighting)
KPFF (Structural and Civil)
Hart Crowser (Geotechnical)
Specialty Consultant:
Site Workshop (Landscape Architect)
Specialty Contractor:
University Mechanical (Mechanical)
Sequoyah Electric (Electrical)
DeaMor (Skylights)
Walters and Wolf (Curtainwall)
Other Key Professionals:
Heery (Construction Manager)
Gordon Plume (Specialty Vendor – Reclaimed Timbers)
Description:
Sellen Construction partnered with ZGF Architects to deliver Federal Center South, a 209,000-square-foot office building under a design-build contract. The redevelopment transforms a 1940s warehouse site into an aggressively sustainable 21st century headquarters for the Seattle District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The building is anticipated to be in the top one percent of U.S. buildings for energy efficiency, earn an ENERGY STAR score of 100 and achieve LEED Gold certification.