Coughlin Porter Lundeen
We are proud of our role in preserving some of Washington’s most historic and recognizable buildings, having provided designs on more than 70 projects that have brought new life and purpose to facilities sometimes more than a century old. Many of the buildings we have worked on are registered landmarks and include train stations, office buildings, museums, and schools.
We appreciate the value that historic structures provide to the character of our communities. We take care to understand the crucial role these culturally relevant spaces play in their surrounding neighborhood. By remaining cognizant of the part each building plays in shaping the community’s sense of identity, we are able to help the owner and entire design team complete an adaptive reuse project that extends beyond the structure itself to invigorate street levels, reconnect to adjacent developments, and create an inviting, memorable space that celebrates the neighborhood’s historic significance.
Terry Lundeen, Structural Principal
Bryan Zagers, Associate Structural Principal
801 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104