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Bernardo Wills Architects Lands Prominent Design-Build Projects





Bernardo Wills Architects with general contractor Garco Construction, recently secured two significant design-build projects: the Washington State Department of Transportation North Central Region Administration Facility in Wenatchee (pictured above, top) and the BCT Complex, Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing at Joint Base Lewis-McChord near Tacoma (pictured, above, 2nd). Bernardo Wills Architects also will provide interior design services for both projects, for which LEED Silver certification will be sought.

The $8.9 million, 30,000-square-foot, two-story North Central Region Administration Facility will replace and consolidate several Department of Transportation facilities in the area to centralize functions and improve efficiency. To address one of the project's goals - attracting new talent - the facility will feature a mobile office concept with open offices to maximize staff collaboration and comfort. The new facility will house executive and management private offices; open office areas; staff support space; conference rooms; break rooms; project engineering offices with locker storage and showers; and mechanical, electrical and communication rooms. Occupancy is slated for January 2018.

Totaling 120,000 square feet, the $42.5 million Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing apartment-style complex will comprise four three-story buildings with two-bedroom dwellings to house approximately 350 people. Support spaces will include a mailroom, a laundry room and equipment storage. Adhering to the base's architectural guidelines and themes, the design will be a modern version of Joint Base Lewis-McChord's old fort style. Construction is scheduled to be completed in June 2018.

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