The Bullitt Center was made possible through hard work and expertise of a team of professionals.
Integrated Design Team
An integrated team of contractors and consultants worked to make the Bullitt Center possible, including:
- Miller Hull Partnership – Architect
- Point32 – Development Partner
- PAE – MEP Engineering
- Schuchart – General Contractor, Core & Shell
- Berger Partnership – Landscape Architecture
- DCI Engineers – Structural Engineering
- Foushee – General Contract, Tenant Improvements
- Geotility – Geothermal Well Drilling and Instillation
- Luma Lighting Design – Lighting
- Northwest Wind and Solar – Solar Array Construction and Installation
- PSF Mechanical – Mechanical Engineering
- RDH – Building Enclosure and Performance Testing
- Solar Design Associates – Photovoltaic Engineering and Design
- 2020 Engineering – Water Systems
- Keithly Barber Associates – Commissioning
Public Sector Partners
Many agencies at the City of Seattle helped the project team complete the Bullitt Center.
The Department of Planning and Development created the Living Building Pilot Program to help identify code barriers and advance green building in the city. Without this program, the Bullitt Center would not have been possible.
Seattle City Light helped in a number of ways, including partnering with the Bullitt Center to create an innovative “metered energy savings” model to finance energy efficiency.
Seattle Public Utilities supported efforts to mitigate storm water and infiltrate grey water onsite. Seattle Department of Transportation worked to close 15th Street to create more public green space and the Department of Parks and Recreation was an active participant in efforts to redevelop McGilvra Place Park.
Seattle-King County Public Health and the Washington State Department of Public Health are also involved in efforts to treat and infiltrate grey water on site.