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HopeWorks Station II

Kirtley-Cole teamed with HopeWorks, an affiliate of Housing Hope, as well as Dykeman Architects, GGLO Design and Beacon Development to construct the new HopeWorks Station II. The new 4-story building totals 67,361 SF with 4 levels of wood-framing over 2 levels of concrete. It includes one

Cocoon House – The HUB

Kirtley-Cole Associates teamed with Cocoon House to construct The HUB. The new 31,805 SF ground-up structure provides support to the existing Cocoon House facilities with additional space for homeless youth to have a safe place to sleep in short- and long-term housing, as well as

The Downtown School | A Lakeside School

When Lakeside School decided to move forward with a new micro-school model of education near the Seattle Center, they asked Kirtley-Cole Associates to join their team. Together with Public47 Architects, the team has completed a beautiful new facility for The Downtown School. The 15,558 SF project

Rainier Valley Leadership Academy Middle School

Kirtley-Cole Associates teamed with Washington Charter School Development and Miller Hayashi Architects to construct a new middle school operated by Green Dot Public Schools. Following the demolition of several buildings occupying the site, the team then constructed a new 41,720 SF middle school to serve 600

8th Street Cross-Dock Facility

Kirtley-Cole Associates completed construction of a new 38,871 SF single-story cross-dock distribution facility on a 16.74 acre site previously owned by the Port of Everett and formerly occupied by Weyerhaeuser. The facility is located within a portion of the 86-acre industrial waterfront property in the

Koz Development – Derby South Lake Union

Kirtley-Cole Associates teamed with Koz Development to construct a new 8-story, 24,686 SF concrete and wood-framed building to house 47 small efficiency dwelling units. The project was constructed in the heart of South Lake Union on a 3,600 SF site. In addition to the living

Nordic Museum

The 57,000 square foot, 3-story Nordic Museum includes temporary and permanent exhibits and galleries, auditorium, café, museum store, classrooms, craft room, kitchen, administration offices, museum workrooms, and museum storage. Located on a nearly 2-acre site in the heart of Ballard, the structural steel building includes high-quality