FSi Engineers has our home office over the waters of the Salish Sea on Pier 54 of Seattle’s waterfront. We look out toward the beautiful Olympic mountain range, watching ferry, commercial, and pleasure boat traffic as we hear the sounds of the player piano in Ye Olde Curiosity Shop downstairs.
FSi Seattle's Projects
We’re only a short distance from one of our favorite projects, the Colman Dock Ferry Terminal, which we’ve been working on since 2013. It’s fun to stand in the naturally cooled structure, knowing we’ve had a hand in each phase of the ongoing renovation.
Other clients in our portfolio include the Port of Seattle, Whatcom County, King County, The Evergreen State College, Harborview Medical Center, and a variety of large manufacturing firms. Recent projects in the Seattle office are on the right.
Mountlake Terrace City Hall
Public buildings need to evolve to fit changing usage needs over time. FSi has been part of many projects doing just that, including the construction of the new Mountlake Terrace City Hall and expansion of the existing police station. Both buildings are located on the Mountlake Terrace Civic Campus. FSi’s scope on the project included Read More
Mukilteo Ferry Terminal
Washington State Ferries and Coast Salish tribal stakeholders began the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal project with ambitious sustainability goals, envisioning a complex that would sit lightly on the earth. As the mechanical engineer for the project, FSi provided both energy modeling to evaluate envelope and mechanical options, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) airflow modeling for natural Read More
Seattle Children’s Odessa Brown Clinic
FSi was the mechanical engineer for a new 35,000 sf, $7.7M pediatric healthcare clinic owned by Seattle Children’s Hospital. The clinic is in the Othello neighborhood of Seattle, on the first two floors of the Orenda Apartments in Othello Square. The project continues the mission of the Odessa Brown Clinic, with a second location in Read More
W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory
The W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in Wright Park, Tacoma, was built in 1908 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. But the building’s historical charm came with out-of-date systems and spaces that didn’t work for the conservatory’s modern-day needs. FSi Engineers provided mechanical engineering, HVAC, and plumbing design services to the team Read More