Building Cure [Winner]
Community Impact Development of the Year
Building Cure's bold vision: cure childhood disease, globally.
Rising 12 floors, the facility allows Seattle Children's to expand its quest to cure over 80 diseases. As part of this, the Cure Factory can manufacture T-cell immunotherapy products for 1,000 children annually.
This is Seattle's first highrise that integrates research, offices and outreach. Its remarkable complexity of uses, structure and systems was built within a tight budget and schedule due to an outstanding, aligned team.
Developer/Owner(s): Non-member Seattle Children's Research Institute
Architecture Firm(s): Non-member Aedas and Flad Architects
General Contractor(s): Lease Crutcher Lewis
Broker Firm(s): Not Applicable
Engineering Firm(s): Non-member KPFF
Other Significant Team Member, if applicable: Andrew Clapham & Associates, Aedas, AEI
Interior Architect/Designer Firm(s): GGN - Landscape Architect
Construction/Project Manager Firm(s): Andrew Clapham & Associates
Consultant Firm(s): Aedas - Architect for shell and core and common areas
KPFF - Structural
AEI - Mechanical/electrical
MKA - Civil
GeoEngineers - Geotech