Holden Manor is a 4-story 25-unit condominium complex located in the West Seattle neighborhood of Seattle, WA. The building is constructed using standard building materials such as 2×4 / 2×6 framing lumber, 1/2″ plywood sheathing, exterior rated gypsum, building paper and stucco. All units have private elevated decks with exception to the 3 ground floor units that have private patios. Tatley-Grund was awarded the Holden Manor project through a competitive bidding process.
The scope of work for Holden Manor consisted of a full removal of the original exterior stucco, new windows, new metal flashing details, installation new custom radius handrails at elevated decks as well as new deck coating. Also included in scope; patio cedar privacy fencing, perimeter property fencing framing repairs, Interior repairs, Hardie Lap, custom Rhinezink metal panels and composite pre-finished channel siding. Finishing with a full removal of existing hot applied roof system and installation of new PVC DUROLAST roofing system that included added polyiso insulation to help with both drainage and to increase the thermal rating of the building.
Owner: Holden Manor Home Owners Association
Architect: Evolution Architectures, LLC
Contract Details: 15 Months and $1,848,199.00
The Holden Manor project was a major renovation and transformation to the existing structure as well as the cladding facade. Although the project had many challenges the finish product and design was a positive success for both Tatley-Grund and the Holden Manor community. A unique aspect of the project was how to best incorporate the many different cladding/siding products in order to produce a sound and waterproof system as well as keep the integrity of the design aspects. common for a roofing project to impact interior through movement and vibration.> Back to Multi-Family