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Pickard Chilton, a New Haven-based architecture studio, has been picked to design a large-scale mixed-use office project in Bellevue, Wash.

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Pickard Chilton is finalizing the designs for Skanska’s newest office skyscraper, The Eight.

The Connecticut-based architect is preparing a design review for the 800,000 s/f mixed use office tower at 10060 NE 8th Street. Completion is anticipated in 2023.

Read more at Real Estate Weekly 

The Eight is located near major Bellevue employers in the downtown core including Microsoft’s campus, Amazon, Salesforce, Paccar, Symetra and Concur, and a short walk from the new light rail station opening in 2023.

Skanska purchased the land at the intersection of NE 8th St. and 108th Ave. NE for The Eight in July 2018. And now, the team is finalizing the design for final administrative design review and approval, securing the necessary permits and entitlements, and then shift focus to construction in the next couple of months.

Read more at Globe St. 

Design proposal for renovation of Commercial Center, Google’s commercial office in the shape of a parallelogram.

Kendall Square’s rooftop garden is getting redone as part of a larger project at 325 Main St., but the garden’s plants won’t suffer – many are being taken away Thursday by residents to be cared for at home, according to the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority.

Read more at Cambridge Day 

Days after 9/11, Congress awarded Washington Hospital Center millions of dollars to design a new emergency department that would treat mass casualties from a terrorist attack or infectious disease and serve as a model for hospitals across the country.

Architects crafted plans for an eight-story, spacecraft-shaped, blast-proof emergency department they called “ER One.” Experts drew up a 1,000-page report on best practices for emergency operations, and the project secured an initial investment of about $30 million in federal and district funding.

Read more at The Washington Post 

You might have noticed the Dominion Energy headquarters building shining bright blue! Dominion Energy was honoring healthcare workers that are working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. “We 'Light It Blue' to thank those fighting on the front lines against the coronavirus. You’ve reminded us all about what it means to be a hero,” Dominion Energy says.

Read more at NBC12 Richmond 

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