Centennial was tasked with a 17,130 square foot interior renovation of the historic King Street Station in Seattle, Washington. The station operates in a 110-year-old original building within the congested Pioneer Square area of downtown. Our performance encompassed, including the 7,500-square-foot cultural space, ARTS at King Street Station, available to the public. The remainder of the space, built in conjunction with the gallery space, was to provide support space for tenant artists and offices for the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture staff. This project is relevant because it demonstrates our ability to work within occupied spaces, specifically fully operational Amtrak stations with minimal disruption. Additionally, it highlights our knowledge of ADA requirements, our ability to work within strict timeframes, and our value engineering abilities.
Centennial's completed project, The Community Center at Capitol Quarters in Washington, D.C., was recognized as the Best Project in the Government/Public Buildings category for the Mid-Atlantic region by Engineering News-Record (ENR).