AKA: Admiral Congregational United Church of Christ, West Seattle, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - religious structures - churches

Designers: Kirk, Wallace, McKinley AIA and Associates (firm); Notkin, James B., and Associates, Mechanical Engineers (firm); Solie, Ray, Construction Company (firm); Sparling, Thomas E. and Associates, Electrical Engineers (firm); Worthington, Skilling, Helle and Jackson, Structural Engineers (firm); Jerry Geyer (architect); Helge Joel Helle (structural engineer); Joseph F. Jackson (structural engineer); Paul Hayden Kirk (architect); David A. McKinley Jr. (architect); James B. Notkin (mechanical engineer); John Bower Skilling (structural engineer); Raymond Solie (building contractor); Thomas E. Sparling Sr. (electrical engineer); Hugh N. Stratford (architectural photographer); Donald Sheridan Wallace (architect); Harold L. Worthington (structural engineer)

Dates: constructed 1959-1960

2 stories

4320 SW Hill Street
West Seattle, Seattle, WA 98116

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Building History

The West Seattle Congregational Church cost $300,000 to construct in 1960; the design team included: Kirk Wallace McKinley AIA and Associates, Architects; Worthington, Skilling, Helle and Jackson, Structural Engineers; James B. Notkin and Associates, Mechanical Engineers; Thomas E. Sparling and Associates, Electrical Engineers; Ray Solie Construction Company, General Contractor;

PCAD id: 6416