City of Bothell Public Works Operations Center Administration Building / Hutchison & Maul Architecture


Architects: Hutchison & Maul Architecture – Robert Hutchison, Tom Maul, Mike Campbell, Greg Hale
Location: , Washington, USA
Structural Engineer: DCI Engineers
Civil Engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen
Landscape Architect: Talasaea Consultants
M/E Engineer: Tres West Engineers
Shops Building Consultant: Wagner Architects
General Contractor: JTM Construction
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Hutchison & Maul Architecture

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This is the first major public project designed by Hutchison & Maul Architecture. The site is located in the Canyon Park Development north of downtown Bothell. The new 2-story 16,000 sf administration building utilizes conventional steel framing with metal siding and roofing. The building is long and narrow, and oriented in the east-west direction to minimize solar gain and maximize natural cross ventilation through operable windows.


Program requirements included spaces for offices, locker rooms, and a lunch room which is designed to serve as a back-up EOC and public meeting room. A second floor open office area provides expansive views across wetlands to the north through a large window wall, and balanced natural light is provided through large roof skylight. A deep roof cantilever at the west end of the building reduces sun exposure and provides for a covered outdoor patio area adjacent to the lunch room. The City is seeking LEED Silver certification for the administration building.

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Cite: "City of Bothell Public Works Operations Center Administration Building / Hutchison & Maul Architecture" 21 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 May 2015. <>