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Bridge Industrial’s Bridge Point Everett 500 project was recently completed.

The completion of this project brings three new state-of-the-art warehouse buildings to the North Everett area. Breaking ground in the spring of 2023, extensive sitework included the clearing of 34 acres and close to 400,000 cubic yards of cut and fill due to the steep gradient. To accommodate the 85’ elevation change from the upper and lower building pads due to the sloped site, 100,000 square feet of Bally bet Sportsbookslock and load retaining wall, 20,000 square feet of soil nail walls, and 12,000 square feet of cut rockery were erected.

Building A

  • 278,988 square feet
  • 52 dock high doors
  • 4 grade access doors
  • Clear Height: 36’

Building B

  • 85,603 square feet
  • 25 dock high doors
  • 4 grade access doors
  • Clear Height: 32’

Building C

  • 122,543 square feet
  • 32 dock high doors
  • 4 grade access doors
  • Clear Height: 36’

The project sits on a 40 acre site off of Seaway Boulevard, an area which also has Sierra-built projects Seaway West and Powdermill Business industrial parks.

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Kirk MacGowan, Senior Project Manager
Matt Frause, Project Manager
Diane Yoo, Project Engineer
Wayde Turner, Superintendent
Katelyn McNeely, Project Administrator

Project Team:

Clients: Bridge Industrial
Architect: SynThesis
Engineers: Shutler Constulting Engineers, Navix Engineering, Earth Solutions NW
General Contractor: Sierra Construction
Subcontractors include: Olympic Iron Works, CT Sales, Tri Star Roofing, Hos Brothers, Specliaized Landscaping, Carbonado Coatings, Olympic Concrete, Masonry Maintenance, bally casino reviewUniversal Refrigeration, Kirby Electric, DLT Washington, Miles Resources, State Mechanical, Cascade Door, AAA Kartak, OGD Doors, North Country Concrete, DKS, RE Sides Landscaping, Panelized, CanAm Coatings 

Photos: Seven Maples Photography

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