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Major Maintenance Project Information
Queen Anne Community Center - Boiler & Electrical Upgrade


Address: 1901 First Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119

Current Status

This project is complete! Thank you, Seattle!
This project was completed by the Holmberg Company of Kirkland and upgraded the facility to emergency shelter status by installing new boilers for heat, and a variety of electrical upgrades.

The project removed the old boiler system and installed two new efficient boilers; added a redundant fuel system, added a new 3 phase generator to service the entire building in case of power loss during a seismic event, and provided a variety of electrical improvements throughout the building.

Project Description

Budget: $426,070
Includes funds from 2010 Boiler Replacement Program, 2010 Electrical Program, and 2011 Electrical Program.
Construction begins: March 2012
Project complete: June 2012

The project replaces the 60-year-old current boiler with hi efficiency condensation boilers; provides minor structural repairs to the chimney; adds a new emergency generator with capacity to power the building mechanical and electrical systems during an emergency, including alternate fuel source if supply is damaged for some reason. Other minor repairs include replacing old electrical fuse panels with new breaker circuits where needed.

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Updated June 12, 2013

More Information

Gary Gibbons
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle WA 98134


Currently no events are scheduled.


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