Balancing core & shell projects with tenant improvements can be challenging.
Our involvement with SRM Development began in 2008 with their Lakeview campus in Kirkland. After facilitating the LEED Silver certification of the three core & shell buildings, we partnered with CBRE and the project team to deliver a LEED Platinum tenant improvement for the high tech tenant attracted to one of them. As that tenant expanded into the rest of the campus, we continued to assist with the tenant improvements that followed.
In 2015, SRM Development constructed a new 192,000 SF Phase 2 core & shell campus extension project on an adjacent brownfield site. Taking a Master Site approach, we worked closely with both C&S and TI project teams from initial concepts through the design and construction phases to develop sustainable strategies that could deliver LEED Platinum certifications for both the core building and the tenant improvements. Significant sustainable features in the base building include: a cistern to collect rainwater, low flow water fixtures, high efficiency HVAC systems, and rooftop photovoltaics.
Project was designed by DLR Architects and constructed by Foushee & Associates.