GK Knutson in no stranger to multi-phased construction projects with students on-site and this one is no exception.  We enjoy equipping students with the latest technology and bright learning spaces to study, connect, and grow.  It took more than 31,000 hours and nearly 3 years, but now the community will be able to benefit from…

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Three years, three phases, and 7,300 GK Knutson hours at Blaine High School resulted in the construction of a new cafeteria, theater, technical education classrooms, a new two-story classroom wing and the remodel of an existing science/library wing. General Contractor: Spee West Construction Subcontract Amount: $868,000 Scope: Exterior Metal Framing Interior Metal Framing Shaftwall Systems Interior GWB…

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GKK had the pleasure of working with Anderson Construction on the 60,000 SF two-story addition that replaced the former intensive care unit, surgical patient rooms, and delivery suites in the Whidbey Health Medical Center.  This job was overseen by long-time GK team member Jerry Burleson who directed over 15,000 man-hours on site. General Contractor: Andersen Construction…

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The Western Washington University Carver Gym renovation and restoration project consisted of extensive remodels to two existing and historic gym buildings, in addition to a new three-story structure, situated between and incorporating the two existing gyms under one roof. The project included 81,000 square feet of renovation, 25,000 square feet of replacement, and over 57,000…

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Willow Hall is one of 3 dormitories in the UW North Campus Housing Project that replaced the 1960’s McCarty Hall. This 8-story structure houses more than 500 students as well as many of the common areas in the complex, including multiple dining spaces, study lounges, game rooms, and storage facilities. We worked more than 30,000…

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This 3-gate terminal provides a welcome air travel alternative. We contributed over 7,000 man-hours to this landmark project, which now serves more than 2,000 passengers per day. This privately-owned terminal is designed to be much more inviting and welcoming for guests and travelers and claims to “get you from the front door of the terminal…

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At the time it was built, Mt. Si High School was the largest high school in the Washington State, designed to serve up to 2,300 students. The seven buildings are comprised of three stories with greenhouses on top, and a 400-car ground-level garage. GK Knutson contributed over 70,000 hours to this massive 300,000 SF project.…

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Part of the Edmonds School Districts capital project improvements included Lynndale Elementary School. A 76,000 square foot, ground up, building on the existing site of the previous building, which was built in 1956. GK Knutson worked for BNBuilders, self-performing all the metal framing, door frame installation, gypsum wallboard installation and finishing scopes on the project,…

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Japonessa is a restaurant that fuses Japanese and Latin flavors and was established in Seattle in 2010. After great success at the initial restaurant, a sister restaurant was proposed in the Lincoln Square expansion in Bellevue. Working under Wilcox Construction, GK Knutson helped make Japonessa Bellevue a reality. Performing all the of metal framing, gypsum…

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Partnering on another school project with Spee West Construction, Sammamish High School was nearly a complete rebuild of the existing high school that shared the same foot print. With 320,000 square feet of new construction, it is one of the larger high schools in the state. The project was multi-phased and spread the work out…

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