• BECU_2
  • Owner: BECU
  • Architect: Various
  • Location: Western Washington
  • Value: $2,728,665
  • Delivery Method: Negotiated
  • Completion Date: October 22, 2010

Special Project Group

Highlights

  • Repeat client
  • Nana wall system that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule
  • Sunflex system that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule
  • Finishes - South American slate tile and Mosaic Formica countertops on the teller line

BECU – Various Locations in Western Washington

BECU is Washington’s largest, not-for-profit credit union, which recently opened its doors to 6 new branches.  Each of these buildouts is high-end and trendy, catering to the younger crowd.

Ballard:  2,012 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $200/sf, this branch features a nana wall system that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule that is commonly used in high-end condo applications.  Finishes include South American slate tile and Mosaic Formica countertops on the teller line.  Eight-week schedule.

North University Village:  2,382 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $190/sf, this branch features a nana wall system that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule that is commonly used in high-end condo applications.  Finishes include South American slate tile and Mosaic Formica countertops on the teller line.  Eight-week schedule.

Hawks Prairie:  2,338 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $170/sf, this branch features a nana wall system that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule that is commonly used in high-end condo applications.  Finishes include South American slate tile and Mosaic Formica countertops on the teller line.  Eight-week schedule.

Queen Anne:  1,566 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $350/sf, this branch features a Sunflex system, manufactured in Germany, that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule, a much larger wood ceiling than the other branches as well as larger quantities of the South American slate tile.  Seven-week schedule.

Puyallup:  2,125 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $225/sf, this branch features a Sunflex system, manufactured in Germany, that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule, a comparable wood ceiling to Queen Anne as well as the larger quantities of the South American slate tile.  Eight-week schedule.

Lynnwood:  2,495 sf branch buildout.  At approximately $190/sf, this branch features a Sunflex system, manufactured in Germany, that encloses a 24-hour banking vestibule.  Finishes include South American slate tile and Mosaic Formica countertops on the teller line.  Ten-week schedule.