O'Shea Building

Conversion of The GAP’s 1st floor into a new retail space and converting their 2nd floor into office space.

This included a new elevator lobby and 8 new gender-inclusive restrooms at the 2nd floor as well as a refresh of the ground floor office entrance lobby and office staircase.

Seismic retrofit work within the building entailed the addition of updated code-required reinforcement connections at the brace frames and fiber wrapping the concrete beams above at the first and second floor retail and office spaces.

Seattle, WA
O'Shea Building, LLC
Olson Kundig
Rafn Company

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