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Evergreen Medical Center

At the heart of the Kirkland Medical District lies Evergreen Hospital, which went under the knife to add more than 547,000 square feet of new space. The project included an eight-story patient facility, a two-story emergency department and three levels of subterranean parking. The new facility was constructed directly adjacent to the operational hospital and connections were made on multiple floors to link the new with the existing. The lower floors house a state-of-the-art emergency department designed to handle a high volume of patients during and after a catastrophic event. The patient tower will house upwards of 190 patient beds in addition to six operating rooms and four catheterization labs.


  • Interior and exterior bidder designed metal framing systems
  • Interior gypsum wallboard
  • Exterior gypsum sheathing
  • Exterior weather barrier
  • Shaftwall assemblies
  • Lead-lined gypsum panels
  • Firestopping
  • Sound attenuation caulk
  • Aluminum reveals
  • Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum components
  • GENERAL CONTRACTOR Howard S. Wright Construction Co.
  • ARCHITECT Mahlum Architects
  • SUBCONTRACT VALUE $4,000,000
  • PROJECT SIZE 547,000 Square Feet

PHOTOGRAPHY © Steve Keating Photography


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We have the capability to perform on large scale projects and the flexibility to team up on smaller ones. We have completed numerous types of projects over the years including healthcare, educational, tenant improvements, retail, office buildings, financial institutions, hotels, grocery stores, transportation facilities, military, industrial, community, and luxury residences. We complete over one hundred projects each year.


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