Two-story, 4,738-m² (51,000-ft²) wood-framed museum with a Welcome Court; museum, cultural, and community spaces; back-of-house facilities; offices; and media, storage, and workshop areas with civil site design for 3.4-hectares (8.5-acres). The building features unique geometries symbolizing tribal shapes and extensive use of natural materials. Civil design elements include a partial green roof, bioswales, and gullies for stormwater management and shaping of the site to emulate existing natural conditions, eliminating the need for artificial detention.
P.E., S.E., Hon. AIA Sea.
P.E., LEED AP BD+C