Sunrise Medical Campus Phase II

Location: 
Puyallup, Washington
Total Project Cost: 
$12.2 million
Size: 
54,000 SF
A&P Role: 
Design-Build

This two-story, steel-frame building is the second phase of a premier eight-acre medical campus that is home to many groups of physicians. The original scope called for site development and shell construction, but when construction began the team worked with the first secured tenants to incorporate their space planning into the shell construction. Well after construction was under way, a large endoscopy tenant was secured, and the team quickly realized the facility would need significant modifications to accommodate this tenant’s specialized requirements. This proactive approach saved the owner and tenant thousands of dollars and prevented delays in completing the facility. Fire proofing, fire separations and re-designed exiting were successfully incorporated into the core and shell construction, preventing the need for later retrofitting and maintaining the original open-concept design. 

“The team was involved from the outset on each phase of the project. Their assistance during the design stage helped the architect and owner make wise decisions that saved money and minimized problems during construction.” - Tom Ossinger, President, The Bottomline Construction Consultants (Owner’s rep)