Mountain Valley Center
North Bend, Washington

Mountain Valley Center is a 128,000 sf retail shopping center. The buildings are pre-engineered metal frame roof structures with masonry exteriors. The project included extensive site work and the construction of two public roads with two bridges over salmon spawning streams which required acute attention to sensitive environmental issues.

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Fredrick's Appliance
Redmond, Washington

SEA CON LLC oversaw the purchase of a suitable 9,000 sf CMU structure and performed a complete a tenant improvement to the building including the installation of a new HVAC, a complete interior demolition and a new electrical service.

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Redmond Cycle
Redmond, Washington

Construction included new exterior infill walls and storefront, exterior canopies and entryway and a new retail space consisting of 6,921 sf.

Evergreen Summit
Everett, Washington

25,360 sf commercial strip mall.


PSREF Bingo Hall
Seattle, Washington

The renovation and reconfiguration of an existing grocery store into a new bingo hall, requiring structural additions, new plumbing, HVAC, and electrical systems. (View project documentation)

Bellevue, Washington

A 14,000 sf pre-engineered metal building which houses retail sales, warehouse, office space and a mezzanine.
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Wooldridge Boats Inc.
Seattle, Washington

Issaquah Honda Kubota
Issaquah, Washington

A 12,000 sf pre-engineered steel building housing equipment deck, retail sales, equipment service center, and
administration / office space on the second story mezzanine. The project utilizes a standing-seam metal roof system, and was constructed on an environmentally sensitive site. (View project documentation)

Sky Zone
Gilbert, Arizona

Sky Zone was constructed in an industrial warehouse space in Peoria, Arizona.  As a trampoline facility, Sky Zone is extremely safety conscious and installs a number of systems to ensure that their guests have a fun, safe experience. SEA CON LLC worked closely with the Owner, Structural Engineer, and Corporate Sky Zone representatives to guarantee that the trampoline support layout worked with building foundations, that bracing and padding were installed at high impact areas and that observation and access spaces were capable of standing up to hard use by the clients. When the start date was pushed back while permits were being obtained, SEA CON LLC responded by expediting several of the long lead items and beginning work prior to permit issuance, allowing SEA CON LLC to open the facility in time for Sky Zone's busiest time - Christmas Vacation.


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