Monday, March 23, 2015

Recently completed Suquamish Seafood Co.

The Suquamish Seafood Co. is a 16,000 SF Design Build project for the Suquamish Tribe.  The pre-engineered metal building package includes an 8,000 SF mezzanine for storage and over 4,000 SF of office space.  The lower floor includes 8,000 SF of production area with three coolers exceeding 600 SF, Air Blast Freezer and open production area cooled to 38 degrees.  An additional space has been allocated for Live product handling with saltwater being pumped from the nearby bay.  14” peeler poles and Hardi Siding have been integrated into the design of the metal building with the structural engineer and metal building engineers working in collaboration to meet our client’s needs and maintaining traditional Native American design.

Photography by David Cohen

PHC Awarded "Business Excellence in Sustainable Building - Washington" by Acquisition International

The 2015 Acquisition International Business Excellence Awards are all about identifying and honoring the most respected companies and their C-level executives, while recognizing and rewarding outstanding performance, success, innovation and ethics across international business communities. Praised for our tireless work, dedication, and superb performance over the past 12 months, PHC Construction has been honored with yet another award this year for 'Business Excellence in Sustainable Building.'

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Monday, March 9, 2015

PHC wins 'Large Business of the Year' award

PHC wins the 'Large Business of the Year' membership award from the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Grow Community Concrete Pour

Today marked the final concrete pour to finish up the foundation walls for the parking garage at Grow Community’s new building A (the Salal). The team placed 54 yards of concrete in the walls using a boom pump, and the material was consolidated by mechanical vibration. The crew also added the capillary break, gravel placed and graded out for the garage’s eventual concrete slab.

Photos by David Cohen