Säzän Group has had an ongoing successful working relationship with the Boeing Company completing over 300 diverse projects at Boeing facilities in Everett, Renton, Seattle, Auburn, Tukwila, Bellevue, Kent, and Frederickson.
Projects have involved work in continuously operating facilities, secure and restricted areas, manufacturing production lines, offices and meeting spaces, warehouse storage, tooling areas, computer labs, site parking/traffic areas, and chemical holding facilities. As a result of this work, we have accumulated a depth of knowledge in Boeing sites, facilities, and personnel, and a comprehensive understanding of Boeing standards for design and construction.
Working directly with Boeing’s project administrators, construction managers, engineers, tooling, and health and safety departments, services we provide exceed typical mechanical and electrical engineering scopes. Our projects for Boeing have required strict attention to detail, extensive field work to verify field conditions, highly competent design, and construction follow-through to meet critical schedules.
Representative Project Experience
Boeing Everett. Ten prime consultant contracts and multiple projects as a subconsultant. Projects at Everett have included a state-of-the-art HLFC paint process facility in Building 40-37, various building utility relocations, site-wide HVAC replacements, site-wide generator replacements, site-wide fire protection upgrades, various office remodels, seismic upgrades in Building 40-51, a new hangar door for Building 40-32, and a new camera lighting lab for the 767 tanker program.
Boeing Renton. More than 10 prime projects and multiple projects as a subconsultant. Projects have included a study, design, and commissioning services for a wing horizontal build line in Building 4-20; multiple office renovations and manufacturing facility upgrades in Buildings 4-20/21 and 4-80/81, the LEED-Silver certified BFE Building 4-68; a Lean office upgrade in Building 10-20; the North Cedar River Bridge Replacement; the site-wide Site Logistics Projects infrastructure improvements; and a lift station replacement for Building 4-90.
Boeing Kent. More than 15 projects since 2003 as prime or a subconsultant. Projects have included elevator studies, chiller replacements, and emergency light installations.
Boeing Seattle Developmental Center. More than 30 projects have been performed to date delivered under Boeing’s Direct Order Requests (DOR) program; all have had fast turnaround times; 14 of those projects in one facility, Building 9-101.
Boeing North Boeing Field. Prime and subconsultant projects include extensive work at Plant 2 for demolition and renovation of existing facilities to meet new program needs, and several projects in Building 3-390, including high- bay heater replacement, hangar door controls and motor control centers replacement, and elevator upgrade projects.
Boeing Bellevue. For Boeing’s Technology Campus in Bellevue, Säzän has provided engineering services as prime or subconsultant on projects in the 33-01, 33-02, 33-03, 33-04, 33-05, 33-07, 33-11, 33-12, and 33-15, buildings. Work primarily focused on office space, training rooms, and computer lab remodels; elevator upgrades; data center improvements; and energy conservation upgrades.
Boeing Auburn. More than 10 prime projects and multiple subconsultant projects, including modifications to two mezzanine paint booths in Building 17-25, a weld shop rearrangement, restroom upgrades, and power for manufacturing equipment/tooling.
Boeing Frederickson. Prime and subconsultant projects include installing a new compressed air dryer in Building 24-40, lighting upgrades, and installing manufacturing equipment.
Mechanical and electrical engineering, data/telecom engineering, and commissioning services
Existing conditions assessment
Focus on equipment energy efficiency and Lean Design processes
Mechanical systems included HVAC, plumbing, piping, fire protection
Electrical systems included power, lighting, lighting control, fire alarm, and grounding systems
High-tech robotic manufacturing process integrated into the construction schedule
24/7 occupied sites