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First year students in the newly created Dental Health Aide Therapist (DHAT) program will train in this simulation lab before moving to their clinical site at the Swinomish Dental Clinic and DHAT Training Center (also by HKP, see here).  A General Purpose Classroom in Angst Hall was repurposed for this lab, where up to 12 […]

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September 3rd, 2020

This project includes four spaces within the Environmental Sciences Building. Three existing classrooms are being converted into Research Labs and Student Work Rooms. Spaces are original to the building and have not had significant upgrades since they were built. Routing of utilities in this building is exposed and part of the original building design, but […]

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December 13th, 2019

This project consists of renovating two existing science labs and converting one existing science labs into and instructor’s office, a shared office room, and a research lab in the Biology Building. Spaces are original to the building and have not had significant upgrades since they were built. Science labs are being renovated to provide ADA […]

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December 13th, 2019

Mortenson/HKP Architects are working on the design and construction of a new 15,000 square feet Consolidated Administrative Support Services Facility for Western Washington University.  The building is located at the southern edge of campus, near the Physical Plant, and is intended to free up space on the main campus by providing innovative office space for […]

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June 25th, 2019

This project replaced the building at the Whatcom Creek hatchery, which was constructed in 1947 as a wastewater treatment plant and converted to a hatchery in 1978. The facility is owned by the City of Bellingham and is leased to BTC for the Fisheries and Technology program. The former hatchery building was severely inadequate in […]

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February 5th, 2015

This project is a new 74,500 square foot, three-story building in the center of the campus. The facility meets the LEED Green Building Rating of Gold. The building houses the academic programs relocated from Buildings D, E and F, which include Computer Networking (C-NET) and Business and Computer Information Systems (BCIS) as well as general […]

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February 5th, 2015

The project consists of a new 55,000 square foot, two-story facility for Bellingham Technical College’s Welding Technology program, Auto Collision Repair Technology program, general classrooms, computer lab and administrative offices. The building incorporates daylighting strategies, green roof trays, radiant heating, solar shading, natural ventilation and recycled content and material reuse. Our aim was to make […]

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February 5th, 2015

The new Oak Hall is sited in a prominent spot on a hillside with panoramic views of the harbor. New spaces include classrooms, offices, conference rooms, science laboratories, distance learning rooms, electronic classrooms and a fitness facility. Electronic classrooms are equipped with computers and in the distance learning classrooms students will be able to take […]

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February 5th, 2015

This project re-created the Campus Center into a building with an internal consistency it hasn’t had since the first additions. New spaces were created that have been long absent from the campus but belong at any institution of higher learning: spaces for quiet study, for large seminars, for formal and informal gathering. 80% of the […]

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February 5th, 2015

The program called for an addition to a 1948 classroom and office building housing the College of Business and Economics. The addition provided for department administrative suites, faculty offices, graduate offices, conference rooms, a behavior analysis lab, teaching kitchen/dining room/classroom for the hotel and restaurant administration and a university lecture hall, seating 180 students. A […]

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February 5th, 2015

The project is a new 2,000 square foot building at the Organic Farm site. The original Program included a soils lab, food demonstration lab, lecture classroom, office space and support spaces. A future, alternate building and deck was planned, but not built. The building and site improvements integrate with the overall farm Master Plan. The […]

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February 5th, 2015

Completed in 2004 is the yet another piece of BTC’s Master Plan improvements – the 16,000 SF Des McArdle Center for Electrical and Process Control Technology. It houses specialized labs, general purpose classrooms, computer lab, offices and support spaces. The durable and flexible design allows for many current and future instructional programs to be taught […]

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February 5th, 2015