Lake Hills Library and Shopping Center

Lake Hills Library and Shopping Center

Coordinating Design for Commercial  Property: Providing structural, civil, and traffic services for a development

After 50 years, the Lake Hills Shopping Center was in need of a makeover. DCI’s experience with designing structured parking inside of a podium and ability to create a synergistic designs in a series of complex phases were vital to the center’s rebirth as the multi-use Lake Hills Village.

Project Highlights

Office and library buildings are construction of wood and steel framing with a brick veneer façade on top of a single level of elevated post-tensioned concrete slab.

  • Provided civil design for 690 linear feet of street improvements for Lake Hills Boulevard, and 820 linear feet for 156th Avenue SE.
  • Established an eastbound left turn on Lake Hills Boulevard, an acceleration lane on Lake Hills Boulevard, new center median planting strip, and a new bike lane.
  • Included street lighting design for both Lake Hills Boulevard and 156th Avenue SE and a new flashing beacon for the four-way stop controlled intersection.
  • Coordinated the utility trenching for undergrounding of power and communication lines along both street frontages.

 

 

 

Location: 
Bellevue, Washington
Square Feet: 
400,000-SF
Stories: 
4
Primary Material: 
Steel
Wood
Type: 
Civil
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial
Government & Municipal
Traffic & Transportation

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