The overall scope of the Snohomish Home Depot project was construction of the building only. The site work and pad construction had been previously completed by the site developer. The building structure consists of concrete tilt-up panels with open web steel joist and decking. The entry/exit ways to the Home Depot includes CMU, light gauge steel framing and concrete tilt-up panels. This combination created a complex architectural appeal at the front elevation of the building. Other architectural features included CMU concrete form liner wainscot, EIFS, and CMU pilasters integrated with EIFS and wrought iron fence around the Garden Center. This Home Depot project was successfully completed in March of 2008.
This was one of three Home Depot construction projects performed by our company, and included Spanaway, Washington, and Roseburg, Oregon.