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News from Swift

Mar 2016
publication
400 Fairview

400 Fairview Open for Business

400 Fairview, Swift Company’s recently completed collaboration with Skanska USA, is open for business and exhibits and exceptional blurring of public and private. Following a rigorous evaluation of market strategies, Skanska and the design team pushed typical assumptions to create a growing vibrant environment. Swift Company was influential in the design decisions that led to the strong interior/exterior relationship bringing in urban life with multiple paths, natural light and views deep into the building. The intentional generosity of seating, stages, and stoops with meticulous attention to detail invites use by all.

Feb 2016
press release
Heishman_skystones_library Skyway

Skyway Library is Now Open

Swift Company project Skyway Library is now open to the public! Sitting at the intersection of Renton Ave S and 76th Ave S, the library is the main focal point of Skyway’s civic infrastructure. The multi-functional entry plazas can be combined with the parking area to create a larger space that can host a weekly farmer’s market, annual car show or other local community events. Artist Jenny Heishman joined the team and created magic with her Sky Stones. (photograph by Robert Wade)

Feb 2016
press release
ULink Station

Swift Company Project U Link to open in March

The University of Washington Sound Transit Station is schedule to open 6 months early and $150 million under budget. Along with the Capitol Hill station, the stations are the first of 5 current Sound Transit station projects for Swift Company. The UDistrict, Roosevelt, and Northgate Stations are in the final stages of construction documents with early phases of construction under way. Additionally, the Lynnwood Link Extension Preliminary Engineering is wrapping up. 

Aug 2015
award
Barbara Swift

2016 Affiliate Fellow at University of Washington Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies

Barbara Swift to join selected industry leaders, faculty, and students for a program examining real estate issues in the built environment. The Affiliate Fellows program fosters deep interactions between students, the academic community, and the business community, provides mentorship to students, and explores new ideas relevant to the Northwest real estate community. 

Jul 2015
award
Federal Way 320th Library

Federal Way 320th Library Recognized with an AIA Washington Civic Design Award

The Federal Way 320th Library received an AIA Washington Council Civic Design Merit Award, acclaimed by the jury for its uplifting community presence and remarkable attention to detail. The Civic Design Awards recognize public projects which represent Washington’s highest standards in sustainability, innovation, building performance, and community engagement. 

Mar 2015
award
Stone 34

Stone34 – LEED Platinum!

Stone 34, with Skanska Commercial Development, has been awarded LEED Platinum. The Brooks headquarters project followed extensive efforts with the City of Seattle Deep Green Pilot Program and developed a market driven, sustainable commercial development in a neighborhood undergoing rapid growth.

Nov 2014
award
Stone 34_Award

2014 NAIOP Award

The Stone 34 development with Skanska has been honored with an award for the “Office Development of the Year” by NAIOP. The local chapter of the national organization recognizes local real estate projects and companies for their impact on the community, market adaptability, ingenuity, and local contributions. The award acknowledges the exceptional integration of a “deep green” project with Fremont community identity, housing Brooks Sports headquarters and flagship retail store on the Burke Gilman Trail. Click here for more info on NAIOP.

Jul 2014
award
UW SOB phase 1

University of Washington Paccar Hall Foster School of Business Awarded the 2014 Green GOOD DESIGN

The Chicago Athenaeum/Europe awarded the Paccar Hall Foster School of Business the Green GOOD DESIGN award as an example of the world’s most important examples of sustainable design.