Mass timber will be used for the dining hall and community resource center in University of Washington Bothell’s New Residential Village, which is a pedestrian and bike friendly campus development.
Two levels of exposed CLT will be supported by Glulam beams and columns, with a double height upper dining level allowing for an abundance of natural light.
In addition to cross-laminated timber and Glulam products, Kalesnikoff is proving 3D modelling, shop drawings and hardware.
Renderings courtesy: Capstone Development | Mahlum Architects | Andersen Construction | KPF
Glulam – DFL; CLT - Hemlock
3D Modelling, Shop Drawings, Hardware, and Mass Timber supply