The work on the exterior of Seattle Children’s Building Hope expansion is clearly visible, but an enormous amount of work is taking place inside the new building too!

Crews are working hard to install the metal stud-framed walls that make up most of the interior partitions, as seen in this photo. They are also installing fire sprinklers on all floors, and running duct work for air handling units and conduit for all the power and lighting systems.




Building Hope, like the rest of the hospital campus, comes equipped with many special systems to help keep things like water and air as pure as possible, which is extremely important to the care of our fragile patient population. Besides these systems, we will install a pneumatic tube system, medical gas systems and many low-voltage wiring systems required for all of our specialty equipment.


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Tim McKey

Project Superintendent