1918 Eighth Office Tower

1918 Eighth Office Tower

Performance-based Design: Providing quality and efficiency in 36 levels of office space

As the tallest building in the neighborhood, this 36-story office tower adds a new feature to Seattle’s skyline. DCI Engineers left a mark on the Westlake Triangle neighborhood by providing structural design services for this new building.

Project Highlights

  • Contains 650,000-sf of Class A office and retail space, as well as seven levels of below-grade parking and an exterior landscaped plaza area.
  • Designed using the latest performance-based design techniques.
  • The floor plates are highly efficient with beams spanning from the central concrete core to the exterior structural steel columns.
  • The exterior of the building includes a mixture of horizontal and vertical precast concrete panels and glass.
Location: 
Seattle, Washington
Square Feet: 
870,000-SF
Stories: 
36
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Steel
Leed Certification: 
Silver
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial
High Rise

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