lynnwood link extension | sound transit

lynnwood link extension | sound transit

The overall project is an 8.5 mile extension to Sound Transit’s (ST) current light rail transit system that will begin at Northgate Station and terminate at the Lynnwood Transit Center. The extension will approximately follow the route of Interstate 5 and be primarily within the I-5 transportation corridor. The project will be fully grade separated with approximately four miles of aerial structure guideway and approximately 4.5 miles of...

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aurora village transit center | king county department of transportation

aurora village transit center | king county department of transportation

Architectural services were provided as a sub-consultant to SvR Design Co. The design scope included all phases of design and construction assistance, the design of the supervisor’s office/driver’s restroom and vending shelter/future paratransit office. Project responsibilities included oversight of the following various disciplines: structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, and coordination with the artists. The Transit Center...

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redondo heights park & ride | king county department of transportation

redondo heights park & ride | king county department of transportation

As a consultant to KPFF Engineering, architectural design elements were provided for the development of an 800-stall park and ride facility in the northeast quadrant of the Pacific Highway South and South 276th Street, Federal Way, WA. The components included the Drivers Restroom and Transit Shelters. The Park and Ride consists of pedestrian walkway corridors, parking stalls, curbing and driveways, perimeter and interior landscaping, demolition...

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transportation center | university of washington

transportation center  |  university of washington

This new 2-story, 12,000 square foot Transportation Center consists of new offices and a public lobby for the University of Washington’s Transportation Services department. The facility consolidates six departments previously spread across campus to meet the University’s evolving needs. Rolluda Architects was selected to review and revise the existing program prior to design. Focusing on the current and future needs of the organization,...

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