Project Portfolio

EMP - Interiors

World famous interactive music museum located at the Seattle Center. Based on Paul Allen’s dream and passion for rock music, with the focal point dedicated to Jimi Hendrix. Evergreen’s portion of the electrical systems included unusual and high-end lighting and motor control, further complicated with voice-data-video wiring that would stretch around the world several times. Evergreen Technologies also installed more than 2 million feet of low-voltage, audio, video and fiber optic cable into a 140,000 sq. ft. museum via raised flooring. Installed 434-48 port GigaSpeed Patch Panels in the Main Equipment Centers. Build out of 80 individual exhibit support structures including the termination and testing of 96 floor boxes loaded with data/AV and fiber connections to make up an intricate web of information transfer. Completed expansive project within the allotted ten month timeline.
Architect: Frank O. Gehry & Associates, Inc
GC: Hoffman Construction Company
Location: Seattle, WA
Type: Plan & Specification w/ Boeing
Contract: $1,255,150
Sq.Ft.: 140,000