Structure Type: built works - public buildings - city halls

Designers: Bouillon, Richard, and Company, Architects (firm); Richard Bouillon (architect)

Dates: constructed 1969-1970

2 stories

Redmond, WA

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Redmond's second city hall was, like the first of 1950, a multipurpose building housing city government and the police department. This building, designed by Richard Bouillon and Company, would originally accommodate the police, public works, and planning departments, the city clerk's office, mayor's office, city council chambers, conference rooms and an employee lounge. This civic building occupied a 10-acre parcel lining the Sammamish River. A 100-foot park, funded by approval of the Forward Thrust parks levy, was also to produced on the site's riverbank. Olsen and Ratti was the Redmond City Hall #2's structural engineer. Ervin Engineers, the mechanical engineer, and Beverly A. Travis and Associates, the electrical engineer. Talley and Associates landscaped the property.

The plan was to be built in two phases, to keep its costs down. The first phase was to be a two-story building with 13,600 square feet. A third story, with 8.700 additional square feet, would be erected in the second.

PCAD id: 18153