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Ballard's Greenfire Campus

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The design of Ballard’s Greenfire Campus was guide by two main goals: to create a space that is both sensibly and socially sustainable.  As a popular urban neighborhood in Seattle, Ballard serves as the perfect backdrop for this urban in-fill, transit-oriented development, which consists of a five-story apartment building and a four-story office building.  In order to promote a natural context for this new urban environment, the campus design had to harmoniously share spaces with the existing wildlife and community.  The design team worked collaboratively to capitalize on that concept by cr


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New Way to Design and Build

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Our friends at CollinsWoerman have been working on a concept known as Sustainable Living Innovations (SLI), which is a new approach to design and construction that would appeal largely to cost-conscious developers and consumers.


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The Bullitt Center

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As the greenest commercial building in the world, Seattle’s Bullitt Center has been getting a lot of attention.  Designed for a lifespan of 250 years, this office building features numerous characteristics that will help it meet the Living Building Challenge, which tests green buildings against the most rigorous performance standards in the world.


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DCI Expanding in Oregon and California

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The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce recently interviewed our Vice President, Mark Aden, about some big changes in the company!  With an acquisition in Eugene, Oregon and a brand new office in Irvine, California, the DCI family is rapidly expanding.  We’re excited to have the opportunity to expand our service areas and collaborate on more projects with our clients.


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Building of the Year: Swedish/Issaquah Medical Center

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The Seattle Daily Jounral of Commerce recently announced that the Swedish/Issaquah Medical Center was voted Building of the Year by online readers!  The project received 2,700 votes out of a total of 7,153, and was up against some fierce competition!

At DCI, we love how much this facility has to offer.  This 175-bed hospital project includes:


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