Seattle Pacific University
Seattle, Washington Phase I: 3,900 sf / 6 Modules (1-story) Phase II: 8,000 sf / 16 modules (2-story)
About the Project
Seattle Pacific University utilized modular construction to complete two phases of the project which were built 10 years apart. Modular construction was highly beneficial due to the location and the time constraints for both phases of the project. The second phase of the project earned a LEED Silver certification. LEED is the most widely used green building rating system in the world which provides qualifying projects a mark of quality and achievement in green building.
The exterior was clad in a mixture of wood and brick to match the existing structures on the university campus. The wood cladding was complete in the factory, and the brick was installed on site due to weight concerns during transport, and installation efficiencies. A Panelized parapet was manufactured in the factory and installed on site to add height to the structure as well as block the view of the roof mounted HVAC equipment.
An ongoing effort to provide the best classroom education environment for our community.
The modular portion of the house was comprised of 6 modules and a variety of modular panels.