Recently Completed

TTRRC – Tacoma

Comprehensive interior, exterior and site redevelopment of existing 18,000 square foot structure. Redevelopment includes complete retrofit of all interior and exterior systems. This specialized facility is part of the Federal Bureau of Prisons re-entry program.

TTRRC was completed in September 2015.

Bishop Lewis Apartments – Seattle

This historic 48,000 square foot structure required a comprehensive replacement of exterior underlayment, cladding, window systems and roof. Bouwer Construction worked closely with Owners consultants to develop a superior building envelope system. The Bishop Lewis Apartments maintains its historic turn-of-the-century character without compromising durability and longevity.

Leschi Shores Condominiums – Seattle

Leschi Shores Condominium, Lake Washington-Seattle We have recently begun a large-scale exterior renovation of a 33 unit waterfront condominium development in Seattle’s exclusive Leschi neighborhood.

The project shall include the most advanced building envelope technology available.

Project was completed late 2013.

West Newton Apartments – Seattle

The existing one-story structure was transformed into a three-story luxury apartment with leading edge interior and exterior design. Significant excavation and site retention was necessary to accommodate the new structure. These elements however add to the unique look of the development.

Project was completed in Fall 2015.

Belmont Apartments – Seattle

The existing mid-century ten unit apartment building has been transformed into a sophisticated luxury development with cutting edge exterior and interior design. The project required a comprehensive retrofit of all exterior and interior building systems. Once again, Bouwer Construction worked closely with the Owners consultants to develop a durable building envelope system.

Project was completed in Fall 2014.

CORP Project –  Seattle

This project required extensive replacement of most interior and exterior building systems in order to accommodate the unique requirements for its intended use. The compressed construction schedule required by our client made this project particularly challenging. The collaborative efforts implemented by our team made it possible for the facility to open its doors on time and on budget.

Project was completed in Fall 2014.

Hudson Apartments – Seattle

The historic Hudson Apartments located on Capitol Hill required a complete restoration of all exterior masonry systems and window systems. Bouwer

Project was  completed Spring of 2013.

Milwaukee Apartments – Seattle International District (117 residential units/ 9 commercial units)

The Milwaukee Hotel was originally built in 1911 and is located in the heart of Seattle’s International District. The Hotel was built by Mr. Goon Dip Yovng for the purpose of housing immigrant railroad workers at the turn of the century. The five- level brick hotel structure has stood vacant for the past 30 years and was in need of a comprehensive restoration. The following improvements are currently under way:

  • Seismic bracing, diaphragm, and masonry wall ties
  • Excavation/ installation of sub-grade 30 stall parking garage
  • Replacement of all mechanical systems
  • Elevator installation
  • Exterior façade restoration
  • Life/Safety upgrading
  • The project was completed in October 2010

Sequoyah Condominiums – Edmonds

Dirk Bouwer (as a member of Northwood-Parkway LLC) was part of the development team which renovated the Northwood Apartments aka Sequoyah Condominiums. The 149 unit project was originally built in 1969 and was in need of a comprehensive restoration.  Building improvements included the following:

  • Complete replacement of exterior cladding, windows, decks and railings
  • Installation of a “rain screen system”
  • Reconfiguration of all floor plans and addition of master bathrooms
  • Mechanical system upgrades
  • Replacement of all interior finishes
  • Substantial landscape enhancements including water features
  • Swimming pool restoration
  • Construction of a new recreation facility