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  • Client

    Station House Apartments LP

  • Architect

    Weinstein A+U

  • Location

    Redmond, WA

  • Space

    196 unit  |  238,692 SF
    Studios to two-story lofts
    High end finishes
    Amenity spaces

  • Market


  • Features

    Critical protection of water supply
    AGC Build Washington Award finalist

    Salmon Safe

The Station House project brought 196 new units to downtown Redmond, with carefully detailed finishes, large windows and attractive indoor and outdoor amenity spaces. Station House was built directly over an aquifer that serves as the City of Redmond’s water supply, so over 2.5 million gallons of water were pumped from the site each day during below-grade construction work. Since anything spilled during construction operations could pollute Redmond’s drinking water, many special precautions were taken to control construction contaminates.

Seven deep wells and corresponding pumps were installed around the excavation perimeter to minimize groundwater entering the site. Dewatering was maintained through completion of the concrete structure to ensure that the building had enough weight not to “float,” then the aquifer’s water level was allowed to rise back up around the completed structure.

The project’s proximity to an elementary school and a teen center’s basketball court required enhanced safety protocols. We used additional flaggers to accommodate the school schedule and safely shepherd children across the street, and we installed enhanced scaffolding and netting to protect the youth from overhead construction work.

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