The City of Fircrest needed a new community center and pool, and FSi’s experience in mechanical engineering and plumbing meant we eagerly joined the team.

The new Roy H. Murphy Community Center and Pool includes a new pool and spray park, a new bathhouse, a parking lot, patios, utilities and a new 15,000 sf community center. FSi provided HVAC, plumbing and fire protection design as well as construction support for the project, which also included a community kitchen and event spaces within the community center.

FSi is committed to sustainability, and we are proud that the new community center earned LEED Silver certification. FSi’s design reduced water use in outdoor water features and indoor facilities, reduced energy use, and ensured comfortable indoor air quality and temperature with environmentally-friendly and efficient HVAC system. Of course, beyond being earth-friendly, the Community Center’s reduced energy use saves the city money too.

To see another of FSi’s projects that maximized sustainability while ensuring efficiency, check out the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, which was certified LEED Gold.

All-electric energy codes go statewide

The 2021 Washington State and Seattle energy codes take effect soon. For the first time, all-electric systems are required statewide.

A Space to Learn Wine

Check out our work on the WSU Wine Science Center!

A Cafeteria for the Earth

The new cafeteria at Green Lake Elementary features state-of-the-art sustainable design.