Mukilteo Science Center
RAI worked with NOAA and the building tenant, National Marine Fisheries Services, to provide pre-design, programming, and master planning services. To refine the existing Program, we conducted investigations to collect data on the Mukilteo site, conducted investigations and local code reviews, and facilitated interviews, meetings, and design charrettes with NOAA staff and a broad range of stakeholders, including the City of Mukilteo and Washington State Ferries.
RAI reviewed and researched existing public-record documents for environmental, historic, and cultural information relevant to the project. We identified permitting requirements necessary to build a new laboratory facility on the NOAA federal property and met with the City of Mukilteo to discuss the project requirements. Preliminary predesign, cost estimates, and project schedules were developed.
RAI also developed conceptual floor plans identifying all required space support
and auxiliary space, including a narrative report and cost estimates. A final report was prepared with recommendations for which option would best satisfy the
Scope of Work included:
Task 1 - Needs Assessment
Task 2 - Facilities Phased Master Plan
Task 3 - Comprehensive Plan
3D Renderings courtesy of Perkins+Will
Type: Government (Federal) Client: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Admin (NOAA)
Location: Mukilteo, WA Project Lead: Donn Stone
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