ORA is well versed in government work and other public work. We maintain several on-call agreements with various public entities in the Puget Sound area for small work projects, and regularly win/team on larger developments.
Scroll below to see some of our recent government/public work.
We recognize that these projects are highly visible, and often have a lot of community or media engagement. ORA employees are professional on any project site and will make a great addition to the team for any government/public works project. These projects often come with tight budget and schedule requirements. ORA has detailed, complex budget tracking to help keep government/public works projects on track.
Bothell City Hall
Bothell, WA // 2015
This $46.7 million project involved construction of a new 55,000-square-foot city hall building consisting of four stories of cast-in-place concrete over two levels of underground parking.
Cedar Falls Administration Building
Seattle, WA // 2018
This $2.9 million project involved construction of a This project involved construction of a new 14,500-square-foot two-story administration building for Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), designed to meet LEED Gold requirements, and a new radio tower.
Fire Station #32
Seattle, WA // 2017
This $18 million project involved construction of a new station with three floors and a basement. It stands as the home station for West Seattle – including Ladder 11, Engine 32, and Medic 32, as well as chief unit Battalion 7.
Fire Station #5
Tacoma, WA // 2021
This $3.8 million project involved construction of a new single story fire station for the Tacoma Fire Department.
North Bend City Hall
Seattle, WA // 2019
This $6.7 million project involves constructing a new building to replace the previous 70 year old City Hall building.
“So easy to work with. I contact them, provide the project information, and they pretty much take it from there. Very low maintenance!”
Joan H., City of Seattle