Location Kirkland, WA
Client SRM Development

DLR Group

"When SRM decided to build Phase III of our 6th street office campus, we knew we needed to on-board a general contractor who could handle a complex office building in a suburban setting and deliver a world-class facility for our longstanding tenant. Since Foushée performed so many tenant improvements on our campus over the years, and they had a relationship with our tenant, we decided to include them in our selection process. Foushée’s construction plan for the project was well thought out, and they proposed a solid team of construction professionals, which is why we selected them. Their project team communicated exceptionally, identified issues early, and brought multiple solutions to the table, allowing our organization adequate time to make critical decisions and keep the project on schedule. Additionally, Foushée’s team was instrumental in coordinating shell modifications into the project to set the tenant improvement up for success, ensuring our target lease commitment was met. Foushée continues to be a fantastic partner on the 6th street campus, I look forward to working with them in the future."



Located in the heart of Kirkland’s Houghton neighborhood, the third phase of SRM Development’s Kirkland Campus is a remarkable feat in modern architecture and sustainability. This 324,923 SF LEED Gold certified office building boasts a two-story office space covering 136,500 SF, and a 4,800 SF rooftop outdoor amenity deck (including a vegetable garden, LED-lit custom benches, modular fabric canopies, and an LED paver dance floor). Beneath the office levels, 480 parking stalls are available across three levels of parking decks with 72 EV designated parking stalls. The building structure is comprised of 324,923 SF of post tensioned concrete slabs; the exterior façade system includes insulated metal panels, ACM, custom perforated aluminum panels, Kawneer curtainwall systems, self-tinting electrochromic skylights and 100-foot sky bridge. An environmentally conscious highlight of the project is the 50,000-gallon rainwater harvesting and storage system, which reclaims stormwater for irrigation and toilet flushing systems. A stunning faux stream runs from the exterior of the building, through the main lobby, and out to the West courtyard culminating in a waterfall along the Cross Kirkland Corridor. This stream is covered with custom-fabricated glass flooring and ADA-compliant stainless steel grating panels, providing a unique and visually striking element to the building.

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