Stone34

Stone34

“At the end of the day, this building is about how we want to build in the future and it’s about connection.”

 Lisa Picard, Executive Vice President of Skanska

 

Sporting a Green Look: Engineering the headquarters for Brooks Running in Fremont

 

DCI Engineers provided the structural engineering design for this 225,000-sf green building located in the Seattle neighborhood of Fremont. Guidance of design was under Seattle’s Deep Green Pilot program which requires buildings to cut down their energy and water use by requiring structural elements to have the ability to capture and reuse at least 50% of the onsite storm water among other Living Building Challenge requirements. Stone34 will feature a 76,000-gallon container on the roof which catches rainwater that is reused throughout the building. Stone34 was designed to efficiently heat and cool the building using hydronic plates and chill beams. The building encourages commuters to use bicycles by providing racks as well as showers and changing rooms.

 

Project Highlights

  • Stone34 met the requirements of the Seattle Deep Green Pilot Program (DGPP), now the Living Building Pilot Program (LBPP).
  • 7,500-sf of green roof space which includes solar panels, green trays, and patio area.
  • Post-tensioned concrete construction with wide shallow beams provides column-free interior tenant space.

 

Awards

  • 2015 Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association Excellence in Concrete award – Sustainable Merit
  • 2015 Best Green Project by Engineering News-Record Northwest
  • 2014 Office Development of the Year by the Washington Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Development Association
  • 2014 Office Development of the Year by NAIOP

 

 

Location: 
Seattle, Washington
Square Feet: 
225,000-SF
Stories: 
5
Primary Material: 
Concrete
Type: 
Structural
Sector: 
Commercial

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