UW Fluke Hall – Washington Nanofabrication Lab Renovation
Name: UW Fluke Hall – Washington Nanofabrication Lab Renovation
Location: Seattle, Washington
Cost: $37 million (construction)
Size: 12,600 SF (75,000 SF MEP)
Completion Date: 2017
The Fluke Hall Renovation is a phased renovation of the Nanofabrication Facility semiconductor cleanroom training and manufacturing facility. Housing everything from electron beam lithography and atomic layer deposition to plasma etching and wafer bonding, applications range from tissue engineering to silicon photonics to semiconductors.
The building will be partially occupied throughout the duration, including use of the existing cleanroom. Extreme care has been taken to minimize the impact of construction for faculty and students within Fluke Hall. Mr. Rich successfully improved and managed communications between existing CoMotion and College of Engineering tenants, UW CPD, and the Contractor as well as managing shutdowns and coordination with UW Facilities.
Mr. Rich supported the primary construction manager while working at the University of Washington as a Construction Manager.