Brooks + Scarpa wins Seattle’s Angle Lake Light Rail Station competition




The City of SEATAC and Sound Transit’s board of directors have selected the Brooks + Scarpa/Harbor Pacific – Graham/BergerABAM design/build team for the $29 million Link light rail expansion south from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to the intersection of South 200th St and 28th Avenue South.
Brooks-Scarpa-wins-the-Seattle-s-Angle-Lake-Light-Rail-Station-competition-02After reviewing technical proposals from three short-listed teams, Sound Transit identified Brooks + Scarpa/Harbor Pacific-Graham/BergerABAM as the highest ranking team.
Brooks-Scarpa-wins-the-Seattle-s-Angle-Lake-Light-Rail-Station-competition-03The new Angle Lake Station project consists of a park and ride facility, transit plaza, retail and a 1000 car parking structure with plans for future transit oriented development on the site. Construction is expected to begin in the summer 2014.
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