As Owner’s Representative for the Technology Access Foundation in 2010, the role was to develop the Bethaday Community Learning Space, a project that had been stalled for nearly 5 years. Success was attained through a value engineering process, which reduced construction costs by 20% and developed a cost-effective financing strategy that relied on highly competitive tax credit financing. Assistance was provided to TAF in the renegotiation of numerous public funding and land use agreements with King County and the State of Washington. Finally, support was provided to secure two large private gifts towards the completion of the capital campaign.

Owner: Technology Access Foundation
Contractor: Foushee & Associates
Lender: Enterprise
Architect: Miller Hull Partnership
Location: White Center
Project Size: 21,000 SqFt
Project Cost: $14MM
Type: S.T.E.M. Center
Status: Stabilized 2013