2019 Seattle Design Festival – The Emergence
Published by Gensler.
Published by Gensler.
This historic seminary is undergoing a transformation that will revive the building into a boutique lodge getaway.
This article was originally published in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce on February 16, 2019.
Things are looking up for wood-building developers as code council backs higher heights.
Structural Engineer Sam Adiputra shares his experience traveling to Indonesia with Build Change’s post-disaster reconnaissance team.
Our favorite new tradition and the case for employee-driven learning.
Highlighting one of our favorite annual service events: NAIOP Washington’s Annual Community Enhancement project.
Stay safe during earthquakes with drills and preparedness!
We explore how companies are shaping office environments to attract and retain top talent, increase efficiency and collaboration, and build their brand identity. (And what it all means to our AEC designs and approach!)
We are honored to have been a part of four…
Our annual team outing to the Seattle Mariners game was reasonably rowdy, laughter-loaded, slightly sudsy…and a little crunchy.
Environmental learning center meets traditional high school at Tacoma Public Schools’ unique Science and Math Institute (SAMi), one of the three immersion-based learning programs redefining curriculum standards and the student experience.
Inspired by International Women in Engineering Day, we invited our team’s kiddos to draw what they think an engineer looks like.
A visit to Vulcan’s immersive reality exhibit at MoPOP.
We joined more than 250 PNW colleagues at this year’s A4LE conference, guided by the theme “Open Your Umbrella: Empowering Students Through Design.”
The Seattle nonprofit has quadrupled the number of schools, clinics and other projects it builds around the world.
Each year, we step into a WSU classroom to help students understand how their lessons translate to the real world.
An article originally published on crosscut.com showcases the Sanctuary at F5 Tower.
Join us in congratulating Project Managers Kyle Malaspino, Aaron Fjelstad, Ben Frizzell, Eric Lentz, and Jason Whitney!