This project consisted of 3 separate buildings with 6 apartment-type units in each building. Each 5,818 SF building contains 72 beds. The structures were built on spread footings, cast in place concrete slab on grade, with wood framing for the walls and roof. The second floor in each building has Gypcrete concrete poured over the plywood for fire protection and noise reduction. The facade for the buildings consists of brick, cement based siding, precast, composite shingles, operable windows, and fire light glass at the landings. Concrete parking lots were poured and 3 rain gardens were installed for storm water runoff.
This fast paced project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget. The Bellevue University Apartments, 1 block from campus, are the first student housing facility built in the history of the University.