The Gaughran Building was a build-to-suit retail project developed near Bel-Red Road in Bellevue, Washington. The building was constructed using a tilt-up exterior façade and steel internal structure and has a total size of 16,000 square feet. The single-purpose retail building contains very special systems designed specifically to cater to the needs of the space.
This project was challenged by a difficult site, under which ran two active gas pipelines owned by the Olympic Pipeline Company. In addition, the owner needed special tenant improvements, including an indoor gun range that required specialized HVAC and protection systems. The building was successfully built because of the extensive study MJR did about systems related to an indoor gun range.
Tilt-up concrete and steel
Puget West Construction