Photos by Michael Durham, courtesy of the Oregon ZooPhotos by Michael Durham, courtesy of the Oregon Zoo

Construction began in the fall of 2012 on the Elephant Lands project at the busy Oregon Zoo where more than three million visitors will pass by before its completion in October of 2015. The project includes the expansion of the habitat by more than four acres, a new elephant barn, and an addition and renovation to the Wild Life Live Building. Lewis is also building three new viewing platforms, upgrading the complete infrastructure, and rerouting the historic Zoo Train.  

The Center Building is being renovated by Lewis in multiple phases to create a modern new learning commons and student union—the Center for Learning And Student Success. In addition to a new open and airy learning commons, the project will update the food services area, replace the out-of-date bookstore with a new Titan Store, and create a new user-friendly plaza, which will greatly improve access in and around the building. Energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems are contributing to the project’s LEED Silver certification goal. 

Lewis is nearing completion on this 19-story, 462,000 square foot Class A office tower and 14-level parking garage in Downtown Bellevue. The building will feature a prominent two-story lobby and incorporate a broad range of tenant-focused amenities. The building’s exterior curtain wall design features a combination of high-performance glazing, precast concrete elements, and architectural metal accents. It is targeting LEED Gold certification.

Troy Block is a full-block office complex located in the heart of South Lake Union. We have completed the below-grade, 1,100-stall parking garage and base structure and are working on the South and North office towers. The project is scheduled to be completed first quarter 2017. The project includes the integration of two historic landmarked facades on opposite corners of the site, landscaped courtyards, and extensive street-scaping.

NorthEdge image by Studio 216 for P+WNorthEdge image by Studio 216 for P+W 

Lewis is constructing this four-story, 211,000 square foot office and technology building next to Gas Works Park overlooking Lake Union. Approximately 314 parking spaces will be included on two levels below grade. The building is organized around a 38 foot wide central outdoor court composed of a series of small roof terraces and walkways that step down towards the lake. NorthEdge is targeting LEED Silver certification and is scheduled to complete mid-2016.

Lewis is constructing a 24-story condominium on First Hill comprising 168 units and five and a half levels of below-grade parking for 172 vehicles and 80 bicycles. It is the first condominium tower to be built in the First Hill neighborhood since 1982. Amenities will include a roof top deck with views and seating/BBQ areas, roof top soaking pool, library, two amenity/event rooms, catering kitchen, and a private conference/dining room.

Lewis is constructing a 183,700 square foot, six-story steel office building with two levels of parking below structure. The office space has been leased by Holland America. The project is scheduled to complete mid-2016. 

Image courtesy Perkins+WillImage courtesy Perkins+Will

Lewis is constructing this 95,500 square foot, three-story concrete office building in the heart of Belltown, including one level of parking below grade and a green rooftop garden. The project is scheduled to complete mid-2016.