Sequim picks its design for the new City Hall and police headquarters
The winning design by Integrus Architecture and Lydig Construction.
By Joe Smillie
Peninsula Daily News
Print This | Email This
Most Popular this week
4th UPDATE — Big backups at Edmonds-Kingston after Bainbridge ferry breakdown . . . and another ferry has mechanical issues, too
City suspends money to Port Angeles Downtown Association, threatens to end funding altogether (** With text of 'breach of funding' letter ** )
UPDATED — Teen in satisfactory condition in Seattle hospital after 30-foot fall on Crescent Bay island
Olympic National Park, Carlsborg company to move threatened Enchanted Valley Chalet by start of September (four photos)
“It’s a great Christmas present to the city,” Councilman Ted Miller said.
Integrus Architecture and Lydig Construction teamed up on the design of an $11.85 million building that will bring City Hall and the police department for the first time in anyone’s memory.
“I think it’s really the first real police station we’ve ever had,” Mayor Ken Hays said.
The council chose the Integrus/Lydig design over a grey concrete brick design from architects Miller Hull Partnership and contractor BNBuilders.
City Manager Steve Burkett will now finalize a contract with the Integrus/Lydig team. He expected Monday night to bring the council a contract for final approval at a meeting Jan. 6 of next year, but said the deal could be done sooner.
“Our intent is to get a contract worked out this week,” Burkett said.
Lydig intends to begin demolition early in 2014 with an estimated completion date of April 29, 2015.
City offices were moved out of the current City Hall over the weekend.
Sequim-Dungeness Valley Editor Joe Smillie can be reached at 360-681-2390, ext. 5052, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: December 10. 2013 8:57AM