AKA: City of Seattle, Fleets and Facilities Department, Airport Way Center, Building C, Seattle, WA

Structure Type: built works - public buildings - police stations

Designers: King, Donald, Architects (firm); Snyder Hartung Kane Strauss (SHKS) Architects (firm); Turner Construction Company (firm); Jonathan Holmes Hartung (architect); Kevin Kane (architect); Donald King (architect); Mark Snyder (architect); David Strauss (architect); Henry Chandlee Turner (building contractor/civil engineer)

Dates: [unspecified]

4 stories, total floor area: 102,075 sq. ft.

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2203 Airport Way South
Seattle, WA 98134

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Building History

Two Seattle architectural firms, SHKS and DKA, collaborated with the Turner Construction Company on the renovation of two existing City of Seattle Police Department buildings. A Turner Construction website said of the project: "The City of Seattle Police Support Facility consisted of the renovation, alteration, and earthquake damage repair to two buildings. Building A, a four-story office building, required reconfiguration and renovation of its first floor. New offices and training rooms were constructed, as well as the completion of earthquake repair and upgrades. Building B houses the maintenance equipment. Building C, a 125,000 square foot tilt-up structure originally containing offices and warehouse storage, was gutted and renovated to contain training rooms, conference facilities, a fitness center, a sleeping area, locker rooms, storage, and laboratories." (See Turner Construction Company.com, "City of Seattle Police Support Facility," accessed 03/08/2023.)

Building Notes

The City of Seattle Police Department Support Facility received an Environmental Design and Construction (ED +C), Design Award, c. 2005.

LEED-certified Green Building.