Puyallup Building

The Puyallup State Office Building was a build to suit building for the regional offices of the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and an office for the Department for of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR).  Both agencies are a part of the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) which is the largest agency in the State of Washington.

This is a “Co-Location Facility” which allows various agencies to share services and amenities reducing the cost for the State while increasing the level of service they provide the community. 

The Puyallup State Office Building contains 25,000 sf of Class “A” office space on two floors. It is located right on Main Street, giving both employees and visitors easy access from anywhere in the region and easy walking access to both retail and restaurants located in the area.

Interesting Project Fact
We renovated and expanded the previous building which was a 7,000 sf restaurant. The new office building included the construction of a two story addition of approximately 17,500 sf.  The building now has new HVAC, electrical and other energy efficient systems and has a new modern façade.

Project Features:

Great Location and Access - The State of Washington seeks locations for its offices that are easily accessible for its employees and visitors. This location is close to the State Highway 512 freeway and has multiple bus routes that service the area.

Co-Location Facility – This facility will be a “Co-Location of two State of Washington Agencies.

Adjacent Retail and Amenities - The immediate area provides ample retail, restaurant and other amenities.

Lance Meuller

Square Feet

Completion Date

Puyallup, Washington


General Contractor
Poe Construction