This King County commercial pole building houses the Vista Site Office and Shop for the Ames Lake Water Association in Redmond, Washington. Our customer knew that building a pole building would be a budget smart way to get a lot of building from their budget dollars.
The process to come up with the design and coordinate the project with the representative from the Water Association was one which took some back and forth and several appointments to pin down design parameters as well as to source and incorporate some very specific needs from the Water Association – such as security enabled locks and specific personnel doors and windows. PermBilt® would be building the shell of the building and the Water Association would be completing the electrical, plumbing and interior work. The commercial pole building design needed to fit seamlessly into the residential neighborhood where it was located. Our customer obtained their building permit for this project. Permitting in King County can often be a lengthy process and this job was no exception.
Once the permits were issued, and our customer was ready for the construction to begin, our construction crews showed their skills and workmanship delivering outstanding fit and finish throughout the pole building. For more information about this project see the link below.
Ames Lake Water Association Case Study