Health Professions Campus

Lewis built this Health Professions Campus in two phases. Phase I included a five-story facility to house health professions graduate programs, the Virginia Garcia Clinic and a pharmacy. During Phase II, Lewis constructed an adjacent building which accommodates 700 students and 80 faculty and staff members. To achieve LEED Gold certification Lewis employed green building practices, including recycling 97% of construction waste (Phase I) and a rainwater harvesting system, which has helped to reduce water consumption by nearly 50%.

East Portland Community Center Aquatics Addition

Lewis completed the first ever LEED Platinum public aquatic center. The project was an addition to a fully functioning community center. Work included pool mechanical and electrical systems, pumps and filters, heat exchangers, boilers, water treatment and chlorination systems, solar collectors and interactive water features including water slides. The project also included renovations to the existing community center, locker rooms and support areas.

Via6 Apartments

Lewis constructed two 24-story apartment towers in Seattle’s Belltown district. The 654 apartments are primarily one-bedrooms and studios, designed for high quality while remaining affordable to young professionals. Parking for 434 cars is provided in three levels below-grade. Additionally, 18,000 square feet of street level retail space includes a bike commuting center, a bike store and a combination restaurant/café/grocery for famed chef Tom Douglas.

Ackerman Hall

The first large-scale residence hall in the country to achieve LEED NC Platinum certification, Ackerman Hall houses 336 students and provides community areas, study rooms, faculty offices, academic support services, small classroom space and two apartments. The live/learn complex is projected to reduce energy consumption by 35% and employs sustainable features such as a 30,000 gallon rainwater harvesting system, photovoltaic arrays and a solar wall for building heating and cooling.

Virginia Mason Clinic

Lewis built out a 20,000 square foot clinic with onsite lab and radiology in the new Village South addition to Seattle’s top outdoor retail mall, while another Lewis team constructed the building. The new clinic features expanded services, including 21 pediatric exam rooms, 12 adult exam rooms, and an imaging suite with mammography and x-ray. Lewis supported Virginia Mason’s Lean process in areas such as mocking up patient rooms to help them understand the look, ergonomics, and workflows of the planned layout.

Valley Catholic Athletic Fields

Lewis recently completed this athletic field renovation for Valley Catholic High School in Beaverton, Oregon. The existing field was removed to install proper under field drainage and extensive stormwater utilities as well as a new stormwater swale. Additionally, the project included a new 3,200 square foot field house, 500 seat bleacher grandstand and a press box building. The new field house provides a variety of amenities for athletic events including restrooms, concessions, team locker rooms and a training room.

Union Stables

This renovation and seismic upgrade transformed century-old livery stables into multi-tenant office and retail space, including new LEED Platinum offices for Lewis on the fourth floor and a new fifth floor penthouse. Work also included masonry restoration, window systems, elevators, shower rooms, parking for bike commuters and new mechanical and electrical systems. Sustainability elements ranged from green roofs to automated window shades to extensive repurposing of original building elements in Lewis’ new space.

Seattle Tennis Club Renovation

This high-end club is situated on a tight hillside site between Lake Washington and surrounding homes. Lewis has completed numerous projects for this client over the years, always minimizing inconvenience to members and neighbors. The latest project was a new pro shop and north lawn. Past work includes subdivision of an existing gymnasium into a lower-level exercise room and new gym above, and a full renovation of the historic clubhouse which dates to the 1890s. The latter project also included upgrades to the squash courts, a new entry drive, and an outdoor hot tub.

Shoreline Clinic

This new 45,000 square foot, three-story clinic was built for LEED Gold certification and includes 20 exam rooms, 10 dental chairs, three community meeting rooms, a laboratory, two exhibit galleries, and an outdoor reflection garden. Parking is located below-grade and on surface lots. Lewis also renovated and expanded ICHS’ existing clinic in Bellevue.

Retail at Via6

Lewis built innovative high-end retail integrated with the public lobby of a twin-tower apartment complex. The project included: a 10,000 square foot Assembly Hall for renowned chef Tom Douglas, including TanakaSan (an Asian-inspired fusion restaurant);,Home Remedy (grocery and deli focusing on Tom Douglas’ brand); Bishop’s Barbershop; Assembly (juice and coffee bar); and Velo Bike Shop, which includes a retail store and a bicycle locker and shower facility for inbound commuters.