King Street Station is one of the largest railway stations in the state of Washington. The station's renovation began in 2008 when the City of Seattle purchased the station and carried out improvements focused on public safety and prolonging the life of the building by strengthening the building walls and the clock tower. The project also aimed to improve the customer experience at the station and to restore the historical features of the station, while creating a modernized train station.
WT is actively providing cost estimating support services on projects under the direction of Capital Development at the Port of Seattle. Based on-site at the SeaTac International Airport, WT continues to provide a full suite of project cost, controls and procurement management on the airport's airside, landside, terminal and utility development program. This includes a comprehensive review of all airport mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems under the Utility Master Plan.
To meet the growing demand for international travel, the Port of Seattle is renovating the S Concourse into a modern and improved doorway for the Pacific Northwest and advancing the region as a leading tourism and business gateway.
The Central Puget Sound region is expected to grow by another one million people by 2035. The Sustainable Airport Master Plan (SAMP) is the blueprint for changes at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to meet future demand. In addition to considering forecasted passenger and cargo demand, the master plan takes stock of current facilities, infrastructure, and operations—looking at scenarios five, 10 and 20 years in the future. It includes air quality, energy and water conservation, recycling and other strategic environmental goals, and will align with the Port’s sustainability and energy efficiency goals.
Relocation of the Port’s Aviation Maintenance Facility (AMF) from its current location in the North Cargo area is required to clear the site for construction of the A08 Hardstand (north) project. The AMF will be located on the west side of the airport in the West-side Maintenance Campus and situated on a set of tiered platforms moving down the hill side.
The SEA Gateway Project will reconfigure the 40-year-old terminal north end ticketing area, expand the security checkpoint and create an updated, light-filled, open space facilitating new technology and building standards to help passengers move quickly and easily through the terminal. The project is being undertaken by the Port of Seattle in partnership with Alaska Airlines to bring a modern, fresh look to the front door of the airport and optimize the experience for travelers from check-in to ticketing, security screening to baggage claim.
As part of SeaTac International Airport's Concourse C development, the Port of Seattle is developing a dynamic, performative and sustainable expansion to its C1 building. The last decade has seen rapid passenger growth, which the 110,000-square-foot expansion extension is designed to accommodate and is complimented by an amazing destination retail experience, whose rich array of local shopping and eateries will attract and retain passengers.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and Washington State Ferries (WSF) are proposing to upgrade Colman Dock. Colman Dock is located on Alaskan Way in downtown Seattle. The dock provides ferry services for the WSF fleet serving Seattle, Bremerton, and Bainbridge Island. The facility also provides passenger ferry services for King County’s ferry routes to Vashon and West Seattle.
WT are providing P3 advisory, real estate advisory, real estate due diligence and market analytical services to UTSA on their Park West campus. Services included analysis Project scope and visioning document, Real estate strategy, market fundamental report, Industry sounding event(s) and meetings with potential partners, Request for interest document, Market interest report and presentation, Next steps and implementation strategy.