• Owner: The Boeing Company
  • Architect: DLR Group
  • Location: Everett, WA
  • Size: 2,100,000 ft2
  • Value: $179,811,701
  • Delivery Method: Negotiated
  • Completion Date: December 1, 1992

Highlights

  • 1,500,000 sf—office
  • 600,000 sf—parking
  • Six months of preconstruction
  • Schedules with over 2,000 activities
  • Management of $47M of owner-instituted changes
  • Management of 100 trade contractors
  • Floor plates mandated “wide-rise” construction
  • Structure had to be broken into “blocks” that were erected full height by crawler cranes
  • Utilized a creative rolling work platform—a savings of $100,000 in scaffolding cost
  • Structural steel construction

Boeing Everett Office Complex Buildings 40-87 and 40-88

The Boeing Office Complex is one of the largest office projects constructed on the West Coast. The facility accommodates 6,000 to 8,000 design and administration personnel working on the Boeing 777 aircraft. Two balanced 4-story office structures with cafeteria and meeting rooms rest on two levels of structured parking. 50 acres of sitework involved roads, bridges, tunnels, an underpass, covered walkways, underground utilities, and signalization. Construction included installation of full-floor electrical raceway systems, computer equipment rooms, fiber optic communications, chiller plant, emergency generators, and a helicopter pad.