BRIAN D. RICH AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, CDT, CCCA, PMP*
brian@richaven.com 9000 23rd Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117-2717206.909...
BRIAN D. RICH AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, CDT, CCCA, PMP*
brian@richaven.com 9000 23rd Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117-2717206.909...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
RICHAVEN PLLC
HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-271...
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  1. 1. BRIAN D. RICH AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, CDT, CCCA, PMP* brian@richaven.com 9000 23rd Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117-2717206.909.9866 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE PROJECT TYPES 2004- 2005 URS CORPORATION - Senior Technical Architect & Contract Administration Architect Projects: SeaTac C1 Baggage Screening, SCLA Airport Hanger, FEMA Section 106 Reviews - Accountable for technical design development, coordination & contract administration of aviation projects. 2011- 2013 RICHAVEN PLLC - Principal, Project Manager, Project Architect, Contract Administration Architect Projects: The Evergreen School, Crown Hill Center, Martindale-Kvisvik Chicken House, Campbell-McLean Residence, D’Ambrosio Gelateria at Bellevue Square - Supervised production of construction documents, coordinated consultants, Contract Administration Leader. - Managed multiple small projects simultaneously, consistently delivering required work product on time. - Led collaborative design and construction projects with Owner, Contractor and Design teams. 2002- 2003 NBBJ DESIGN - Project Architect, Contract Administration Architect, Projects: SeaTac Airport South Terminal Expansion Project, SeaTac Concession Tenant Improvements, Northcliffe Apartments Historic Assessment and Landmark Designation Research - Responsible for on-time submittal and RFI review and on-site problem solving for $320 million airport terminal. - Team leader for tenant improvement design and consultant coordination. 2000- 2002 LMN ARCHITECTS - Project Architect, Contract Administration Architect Projects: UW EE/CSE Building, McCaw Hall Renovation, Mercer Arts Arena Rehabilitation - Responsible for development of consistent system of details, including presentation and contract drawings. - Led team effort in technical stage and production facility design on $110 million renovation of McCaw Hall. - Organized and managed Contract Administration on Mercer Arts Arena Project, including consultants. 1994- 2000 DANIEL P. COFFEY & ASSOCIATES - Project Architect, Contract Administration Architect Projects: Auditorium, Oriental, Palace, State & Uptown Theatre Rehabilitations, Lewis, Locke & Nightingale Schools, Ashland, 42nd & 47th St. Elevated Train Station Rehabilitations, State & Lake HAER Report, University of St. Mary of the Lake Bridge Restoration - Supervised and managed design of theatre and transportation projects up to $25 million and 8 architects. Educational Institutional Performing Arts Civic & Public Transportation ...specializing in management & delivery of sustainable renovation and new construction projects with complex schedules, phasing & designs for over 20 years. 2005- 2011 BASSETTI ARCHITECTS - Associate, Project Manager, Project & Contract Administration Architect Projects: Lakota Middle School, Shorewood High School, Renton Park Elementary School, UW Guggenheim Hall, On The Boards Theater Assessment, Liberty High School - Administered and managed project budgets up to $22 million with over 25 architects & consultants. - Maintained client relationships for repeat clients, managing multi-phase projects on occupied sites. - Delivered consistent history of project completion on budget and on schedule for clients. - Built a collaborative teamwork environment for Owner, Design & Construction teams. - Mentored intern architects as Contract Administration Group Leader. PROJECT MANAGEMENT SKILLS Collaborative teamwork Team leadership Project organization & prioritization Client relationship & retention Strategic & long-range planning Data analysis & interpretation Synthesis & decision making Schedule development & maintenance Superb oral, written, & visual communication Budget development & tracking 2003- 2004 MILLER|HULL PARTNERSHIP - Project Architect Projects: Tacoma Community College Science Building, South Puget Sound Community College Science Building - Coordinated design team on highly complex technical science building design and pre-design projects.
  2. 2. BRIAN D. RICH AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, CDT, CCCA, PMP* brian@richaven.com 9000 23rd Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98117-2717206.909.9866 EDUCATION & TRAINING VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES SELECTED HONORS & AWARDS 2008 Vashon Island Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Disaster and Emergency Response Training 2004- 2013 Association for Preservation Technology International Stone, Terra Cotta, Masonry, Heavy Timber, & Non-Destructive Investigation Training Symposia 2013 AIA Washington ATC 20-1 & CalEMA Safety Assessment Program Evaluator Training 2000 PSMJ Resources Project Manager’s Bootcamp 1998- 2002 RESTORE Terra Cotta and Masonry Restoration & Preservation Seminars 1994 University of Notre Dame Bachelor of Architecture, cum laude 2003- 2012 King County Landmarks Commission Chair, Vice Chair, Design Review Committee Chair 2006- WA State Heritage Barn Advisory Committee Member, CLG Representative 2012 NTHP Honor Award 2011- Association for Preservation Technology - Northwest President, Board of Trustees 2010- 2011 The Evergreen School Chair, Space Planning Committee 2006- 2009 4Culture - Historic Preservation Advisory Committee Member 2003 AIA What Makes It Green Award UW EE/CSE & McCaw Hall 2001 City of Chicago Preservation Excellence Award Auditorium Theatre 2010 AIA Washington Council Civic Design Award TCC Science & Engineering Building 2009 EnergyStar Challenge Lakota Middle School 1999 AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award Oriental Theatre / Ford Center for the Performing Arts 2011- Olympic Manor Community Club Member, Board of Trustees Member, Building and Landscape Committee 2001- 2006 AIA Seattle - Historic Resources Committee Member 2013- 2014 University of Washington Masters of Architecture & Certificate in Historic Preservation (completion anticipated in 2014) LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS Registered Architect - Washington & Illinois NCARB Certification LEED BD+C Accredited Professional CSI Certified Construction Document Technician CSI Certified Construction Contract Administrator *PMI Certified Project Management Professional (pending) CalEMA Certified Disaster Service Worker 2005 URS Corporation Project Management Training Program 2012 National Trust for Historic Preservation Honor Award - WA Heritage Barn Advisory Committee 2006 AIA NW Regional Design Honor Award Marion Oliver McCaw Hall 2004 AIA Seattle Honor Award Marion Oliver McCaw Hall 2002 AIA Chicago Special Recognition Award Cadillac Palace Theatre SOFTWARE SKILLS Autodesk Building Design Suite 2013 (AutoCAD & Revit) MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) MS Project Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Adobe Acrobat QuickBooks 2011- Association for Preservation Technology Bulletin Peer Reviewer
  3. 3. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Brian is a LEED Accredited Historic Preservation Architect. He is Past Chair of the King County Landmarks Com- mission and past Chair of the KCLC’s Design Review Committee. Brian also serves on the Washington State Heritage Barn Advisory Committee, The Board of Trustees for the NW Chapter of APTI, and the Board of Trustees for the Olympic Manor Community. In the past he has served on 4 Culture’s Historic Preservation Advisory Com- mittee, as the Assistant Coach for the 2012 NW Seattle Little League Minor Division Champions team, the Masons and is a member of several preservation related organizations. His passionate interest in historic preservation and sustainable design strategies intersect in his work, starting with the restoration of the Oriental and Palace Theatres in Chicago. Brian’s interests continue most notably in his recently completed work on the University of Washington Guggenheim Hall Renovation and the Washington State Sustainable Protocol (WSSP) compliant Lakota Middle School in Federal Way. Brian is currently working on the Crown Hill Center and several other projects. He recently obtained his CSI CDT and CCCA certifications.
  4. 4. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Chicago Transit Authority – Ashland Street Station Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: Cost: $5 million Completed: 1996 The Ashland/Lake station is typical of those built in 1892-93 for the Lake Street Elevated Railroad, designed by its engineering staff and built by the Lloyd and Pennington Company. The station has twin station houses and side platforms for boarding inbound and outbound trains. The station houses are designed in a Queen Anne style with a Victorian Gothic influence. The inbound station house has been restored close to its 1892 appearance with floor to ceiling tongue-in-groove paneling and wood moldings, with a wood floor and peaked ceiling. Elevators from the street to the station house and to both platforms provide full accessibility to customers with disabilities. Improvements included communication, public address, and HVAC systems, tactile edging on both platforms, and new signage.
  5. 5. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Auditorium Theatre Location: Chicago, Illinois Cost: $15 million Size: Completed: estimated 2003 The world-renowned Auditorium Theatre, designed by Louis Sullivan, most recently was the home of many block- buster musicals, such as Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Miss Saigon. With the opening of the nearby Oriental and Palace Theaters, their expanded capability and full size stage houses, the 3800-seat Auditorium and its opera-sized stage is no longer the only house in the city for full-size Broadway musicals. To maintain its competitive position, a facility Master Plan was developed to identify needed facility improve- ments and establish a long-term capital plan to implement them. This included historically accurate, museum- quality restoration analysis of existing interior features and finishes and the development of a complete restora- tion plan.
  6. 6. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM The Evergreen School serves a specific segment of the student population and, in doing so, has earned a reputa- tion as an excellent school. This reputation has resulted in an abundance of interest in the school. With revision of the Strategic Plan for the school, Master Planning becomes a critical part of designing the school’s future. This comprehensive process will provide a framework for future development of capital projects. The Board of Trustees passed a resolution authorizing the Facilities Committee to prepare a master plan “that incorporates The Evergreen School’s facilities priorities, in light of its mission and vision and input gathered from the entire school community.” As part of the comprehensive planning for the campus, concepts were developed for how to use specific areas of the campus. Though not intended to be final designs, these concepts can give a good understanding of how available spaces can contribute to the overall development of a coherent, supportive campus for the school.
  7. 7. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Jefferson Park Golf Course Clubhouse Location: Seattle, Washington Completed: Designation Study, 2011 The Jefferson Park Golf Course Clubhouse was slated for some major renovation in 2011. The Owner elected to test the eligibility of the structure as a landmark by self-designating the structure. The research showed that there were many notable golfers that played on this course and there were some significant social movements such as integration of blacks and public golf course availability. The City of Seattle is reviewing the research to determine it’s eligibility.
  8. 8. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Whether it’s a 19th century log house, an Art Deco school or a prehistoric shell midden, these places are silent witnesses to the history of King County and to its people’s lives and cultures. Preserving our significant historic properties is the mission of the King County Historic Preservation Program and the Landmarks Commission. With archaeological expertise and the Cultural Resource Predictive Plan, the King County Historic Preservation Program assists all of the agencies in the County to predict where archaeological resources reside and assist in designing mitigation plansfor projects in these sensitive areas. Similarly, the Program designates and reviews alterations to hundreds of landmarks in unincorporated King County. The Program also has inter-local agreements with 18 local cities to fulfill the function of a landmarks commission where they do not have the resources.
  9. 9. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Lakota Middle School for the Federal Way School District Location: Federal Way, Washington Size: 97,100 SF Cost: $18.2 million Completed: 2011 Two primary organizing concepts have shaped the new school. Federal Way Public Schools superintendent, Tom Murphy inspired the first key design concept when he articulated his vision of “A School in the Park”. The second concept, “Focus on Student Learning”, is a school district guiding principle and summarizes the essence of why we build schools. The learning communities are composed of eight classrooms, two laboratory/studio spaces, a Great Room; several “flex” areas accommodating activities ranging from informal learning to distribut- ed library functions, team resource areas, conference rooms, seminar rooms, distributed toilets and storage. The varied spaces of the Small Learning Communities support opportunities for exploratory and integrated curricular models. The adjacency of the Great Room to classrooms, labs, studios and planning spaces supports multiple curricular approaches, including project based learning.
  10. 10. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Leslie Lewis Elementary School for the Chicago School District Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: 46 classrooms Completed: 1998 One of a set of three 1920′s schools that were restored, including Nightingale Elementary School and Locke El- ementary School, the historic exterior of Lewis was restored. Along with several interior rehabilitation strategies, these schools were put back into service for the Chicago School District. Lewis educates up to 1000 students in 46 classrooms. Josephine Locke Elementary educates up to 950 students in 41 classrooms. Nightingale El- ementary educates up to 1000 students in 41 classrooms.
  11. 11. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Martindale-Kvisvik Chicken House and Farm Location: Vashon Island, Washington Size: 30′x250′ Cost: Completed: In Progress The restoration of the Chicken house on this farm is a subject close to the heart of Owner Terry Martindale and her daughter Sarah Hebert. Richaven led the development of stabilization and preservation strategies for the chicken house, barn and garage. Richaven also managed the development of drawings and cost estimation with the intent of applying for grant funding to assist int he preservation of these structures. Working with local contractors to ensure the viability of the project, the buildings are anticipated to be stabilized for the 2012-2013 winter and restoration will begin in 2013.
  12. 12. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Oliver Typewriter Company Building Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: Cost: Completed: 1998 This fantastic brick and cast iron building was once the headquarters of the Oliver Typewriter Company. The building lay abandoned for several years in the late 1980′s and 1990′s. It found it’s use when the Oriental Theatre was rehabilitated, though. The stage for the theatre was expanded into the interior of the Oliver Building. The remaining portion of the building became exit space as well as storage for the theatre. The historic facade of the building was restored, including recasting the logo plates with the Oliver Typewriter name.
  13. 13. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Oriental Theatre/Ford Center for the Performing Arts Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: 2300 seats Cost: $36 million Completed: 1998 Originally built in 1925, the Oriental Theatre had been vacant and moth-balled for almost a decade before design work, renovation and restoration was undertaken. With an enlarged stage house the former vaudeville theater has been transformed into a 2,300 seat performing arts center suitable for large scale theatrical events such as Broadway musical theater, dance and other popular concerts. Although much complex and detailed preservation of the lavish interior finishes and ornamentation in the audito- rium and the lobbies was done, a significant amount of physical change also occurred. The lobby was enlarged, sight lines and seating were redesigned and improved, modern concession and toilet facilities were inserted.
  14. 14. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Cadillac Palace Theatre Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: 2250 seats Cost: $20 million Completed: 1999 The Palace Theatre is part of mixed-use revitalization project that also contains Hotel, Offices, Retail and Restau- rant functions. The facility was transformed into a state-of-the-art, 2,250-seat Theater suitable for major Broadway musicals and related live entertainment productions. The exterior of the theater was enhanced with new vertical and horizontal marquees at the Theater. The interior- lobbies were restored with historically sympathetic colors and finishes. New restrooms and concessions were designed. The auditorium’s sloped floor was restored with new seting ensuring excelent sight lines. the stage block was expanded and widened to provide for Broadway productions. A new orchestra pit and back of house spaces were also provided.
  15. 15. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Chicago Transit Authority – Redline Revisioning Location: Chicago, Illinois Size: 8 stations Cost: $5 million/station Completed: Roosevelt Station, 1996. Built as part of Route 1 of Chicago’s Initial System of Subways — more popularly known as the State Street Sub- way — the Redline subway stations were designed to whisk people into the heart of Chicago. The architecture of the station, described at the time as of a “modern design”, was streamlined Art Moderne with some Art Deco elements, but badly needed a makeover. In the 1990′s, the CTA embarked on a program to remodel the State Street subway stations, most of which haven’t been altered much since the 1940s. Finished in colored tile in an Art Deco motif, the re tones denote the line and pictures on the tiles (in this case, silhouettes of skyscrapers) denote the station’s location downtown. The sta- tion’s name is also molded into the tile work and lighting has been improved markedly.
  16. 16. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Tacoma Community College Science Building Location: Tacoma, Washington Size: 73,000 Gross Square Feet Cost: $20.2 million Completed: 2007 Part of the TCC 2001-11 Master Plan, the new building for science instruction includes state-of-the-art laborato- ries and multi-media classrooms which will allow for flexibility of instruction and future programs needs. Office space for science faculty is included. This project will provide the required life safety, earthquake resistance, air quality, lighting, and infrastructure necessary to meet current codes and instructional program requirements. Classrooms, laboratories, support spaces, and offices are configured in a manner which maximizes efficiencies and in adjacency patterns which maximize faculty and staff productivity and effectiveness. This project will pro- vide the needed classroom and laboratory space to respond to enrollment increases in the science components of high demand professional technical programs.
  17. 17. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: UW Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering Location: Seattle, Washington Cost: $70 million Size: 90,000 Assignable SF Date Completed: 2003 Constructing a new facility to house the Department of Computer Science & Engineering is the University of Washington’s top institutional priority. Phase I was constructed in 1997. Phase II consists of Electrical Engi- neering administrative and faculty offices and administration, laboratories, and faculty/staff offices for the CSE program as well as other general UW needs (mail room etc). The project included of demolition of an existing building, from which historically significant sculptures were saved and reinstalled. The significantly different floor to floor heights and connection to the Phase I building were a major challenge in the project. This was achieved through a series of ramps and stairs that served as circulation connections while framing the large atrium between the two buildings.
  18. 18. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: UW Guggenheim Hall Location: Seattle, Washington Cost: $22 million Size: Completion Date: 2007 Guggenheim Hall was renovated as part of the Restore the Core program at the University of Washington. As the 1929 home of the College of Engineering’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, it had never had a major renovation. Structural seismic retrofit of the entire structure was required, including pinning of the exterior cast stone facade and masonry cleaning. The main lobby and 355-seat auditorium were restored, preserving decora- tive plaster and wood ceilings and the Gothic tracery of the window at the main entry. The remaining portions of the interior of the building were completely renovated into new classrooms, offices, labs and general assignment University spaces. All of the major building systems, mechanical, electrical and communications were upgraded. The building, formerly inaccessible to handicapped students, is now fully accessible.
  19. 19. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Created with the passage of Substitute HB 2115 in May of 2007, the Washington Heritage Barn Register commem- orates barns as historically significant resources representing the agricultural, economic and cultural develop- ment of the State of Washington. In addition to creating the Heritage Barn Register, the Heritage Barn Preserva- tion Initiative (SHB 2115) provided for: Competitive matching grants to heritage barn owners throughout the state to support their efforts to preserve, stabilize and rehabilitate their barns; and Established the Heritage Barn Advisory Committee to review grant applications and examine tax incentives and land use regulations that support barn preservation and use. Brian RIch has been a member of the Washington Heritage Barn Advisory Committee since 2006. CALF CREEK - AFTER CALF CREEK - BEFORE D&B FARM - BEFORE D&B FARM - AFTERFINKBEINER - AFTER
  20. 20. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: Warner Theatre Location: Erie, Pennsylvania Size: 2250 seats Cost: $13.5 million, to date Completed: Phase 1: 2002, Phase 2: 2003, Phase 3: 2004, Phase 4: upcoming This fabulous structure bears the name of the world-famous Warner Bros. Designed by the famous Rapp & Rapp Company of Chicago, the 2,250 seat theatre opened its doors in 1931. Construction costs at that time were an unbelievable $1.5 million. Furnished and decorated in the art deco motif, the elegant theatre is complemented by gold and silver leaf, gold-backed French mirrors and crushed velour. The Warner Theater improvements will allow the facility to have fully restored landmark features as well as new HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing and Theatrical Systems with expanded stage house, dressing rooms and toilet facili- ties. Seating is being replaced in a new configuration with improved sight lines. The project is being accom- plished in three phases, each with a maximum six-month closure period.
  21. 21. RICHAVEN PLLC HISTORIC PRESERVATION | SUSTAINABLE DESIGN | CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT 9000 23RD AVE NW, SEATTLE, WA 98117-2717 | 206.909.9866 | BRIAN@RICHAVEN.COM Name: The Old Woodinville School Location: Woodinville, Washington The Old Woodinville School is a city-owned building that has been abandoned due to concerns over seismic stability. Richaven Principal Brian Rich was brought in to consult with local preservationists on the stability of the structure and rehabilitation strategies. The building was found to be serviceable but the lack of occupation of the structure has led to further deterioration. Richaven recommended several strategies to help preserve the building from further deterioration including strategies such as maintaining some heat in the building, making minor roof repairs and keeping the windows closed to prevent rain intrusion. The building’s rehabilitation hinges on development of a suitable strategy for use of the building.

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