POSTPONED - DWB: Federal Center South Tour
**This tour is postponed indefinitely. Current registrants have been contacted regarding options, and this page will be updated once a rescheduled date is determined.**
Join us to learn about the redevelopment/modernization of the existing 1202 warehouse located at Federal Center South completed by ZGF in 2012. The integrated design set a new standard for high-performance, cost-effect, and sustainable workplace environments.
The “oxbow” design creates an open, collaborative workplace environment for the USACE, while also reflecting the natural oxbows in the adjacent Duwamish Waterway. An indoor campus environment enhances collective community and identity with a centralized “commons” that becomes the social heart of the building. This shared communal space has become an important connective tissue between departments and allows USACE to accommodate nearly constantly changing team-based work. Natural reclaimed materials further ideas of connection and collaboration through use in stairs, bridges and informal workspace.
ZGF will give additional detail and narrative around this unique building and how it works to improve the mental, physical and social health of USACE employees.
Breakfast will be provided!
Todd Stine, ZGF
Todd Stine’s 32-year portfolio of work on a wide range of public and private sector projects demonstrates a proven ability to deliver holistic and enduring design solutions. His passion for architecture is evidenced by his micro to macro approach to considering each aspect of a project, from integrating design teams to optimizing building systems at every level. Todd’s project oversight reveals his aptitude for responding to the evolution of project delivery methods while ensuring the highest value solution unique to each client and project. Career highlights span design for clients including Beacon Capital, Boeing, Hines, Microsoft, Urban Visions, and the U.S. General Services Administration, among others. His project work has received international attention and award recognition including a 2013 AIA Top Ten Green Award. Todd holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.
This tour takes place in an accessible facility with zero-step entry and an accessible restroom. Please note in your registration if you would like to be contacted regarding specific accommodations to fully participate in this program.
This program is presented by AIA Seattle’s Design & Wellbeing Committee. Contact Membership Engagement Manager, Connor Descheemaker, with questions or concerns.