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Washington State Public Health Laboratory Addition

Shoreline, Washington

TEAM:
Architect/prime :
Johnson+Southerland
lab/MEP :
CUH2A

SCOPE:
Facility design, Project management and construction administration

STATUS:
Completed 2009

CONSTRUCTION COSTS:
$6.1 million

SUSTAINABILITY:
Heat recovery system

CLIENT:
Washington State Department of Public Health

Acting as associate and design Architect, Johnson+Southerland teamed up with the Miller|Hull partnership for a 10,000 square foot addition to the existing Public Health Laboratory in Shoreline, Washington. The new lab facility provides space for central accessioning and receiving of all samples for the lab as well as space for TB, bacteriology, virology and testing of unknown substances and analysis.

In a previous project for the Public Health Department, J+S partnered with HDR engineers to develop a 20 year vision plan for the Health Department, developing plans to accommodate future needs of the Health Department and providing development standards for future projects. In a previous project, Steve Southerland of J+S, acting as Principal-in-Charge for the Miller|Hull partnership, provided design and project management for a 12,000 square foot Newborn Screening wing completed in the summer of 2000.