The Avenue One building consists of one hundred sixteen (116) residential units with commercial and retail spaces located along First Avenue. The building is primarily clad with stucco. Brick is installed at portions of three elevations up to the fifth floor. Metal by-pass panels are installed at floor lines between windows at the corners of the building. Metal standing seam roofs are located over east elevation pop-out turrets, which are clad with vertical metal panels. Concrete cantilevered and inset decks are located on various elevations of the building; cantilevered decks on the south elevation have a concrete perimeter frame with inset grating at the center of the decks.
Owner: Avenue One Owners Association
Architect/Consultant: Amento Group
Contract Value: $697,950
This Project includes a variety of exterior and interior repairs. Some of the work performed as part of the base scope included, balcony and inset deck membrane overlay installation, select stucco replacement, select stucco repairs, and select window repairs. The vast majority of the Work required access via swing stages with up to 4 on the buildings at any one time.
Tatley-Grund, Inc. was not initially selected for this project as a competing Contractor was awarded the work. The other Contractor was able to address roughly 35% of the original scope of work before being removed by the HOA due to performance issues. The HOA then reached out to Tatley-Grund, Inc. and was contracted to complete the project. TG was able to finished on schedule; within 3 contract days. TGI was able to do roughly twice as much work in half the time compared to the original Contractor. Some challenges we faced on this project includes, 180 lineal feet of sidewalk overhead protection on a busy Belltown street (1st Ave). The cafe located under the overhead protection stayed operational throughout the work without any complaints. As well as, scheduling and sequencing multiple swing stages was tricky but with thoughtful team planning we were able to get it done. The HOA couldn’t have been happier.> Back to Multi-Family