Diverse Capabilities

At Barghausen, there are no bounds to the projects we take on. Our goal is to provide creative solutions and be a responsive client-partner throughout each stage of development. Through experienced professionals with diverse capabilities, we help clients manage their expansion goals across various markets and locations. Whether it's developing an entire community across hundreds of acres or expanding dozens of coffee-kiosks across multiple states, we're invested in the outcome of your project.

Our relationships stretch across many urban development areas, allowing us to provide services for national homebuilders, regional and national corporations, commercial and industrial developers, major nationwide energy and fuel suppliers, general contractors, and members of the real estate community.

Our work expands to several subcategories under each market, providing land development services for clients within most commercial, residential, industrial, mixed-use, healthcare, tribal, energy, community, and recreation industries.

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California

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Colorado

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Florida

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    LogistiCenter at Pacific Gateway

    Kent, WA

    LogistiCenter at Pacific Gateway is located at the corner of West Valley Highway and South 196th St. in Kent, WA. This site encompasses 38.7 acres of land within the Pacific Gateway business park and includes 5 class A industrial warehouse buildings with truck docks, vehicle parking, sidewalks and landscaping. The site is partially located within the 100-year FEMA floodplain. The previous development of the Pacific Gateway Business Park filled the site and provided most of the required compensatory FEMA floodplain storage volume. Some additional compensatory volume was provided with this project in an underground perforated pipe and rock gallery. The pre-existing site was mostly bare, with building pads for future development. Geotechnical investigation discovered that previous surcharge loading had been done on a portion of the building pads, but additional surcharge was required to provide for the full footprint of each building. Conventional spread footings were recommended by the geotechnical engineer.

    The project features 5 warehouses, totaling nearly 800,000 SF. Each building features 30-36 FT of clear-height, with 10% dedicated to office spaces and the other 90% for warehouse space. LogistiCenter exceeds parking expectations, with 14 lots and a total of 1,033 out of the 1,007 required total stalls on site. The location also features over 29,000 SF of outdoor space with amenities for employees including covered pavilions, benches, tables, bike racks, a basketball court and a bocce ball court located in 2 beautifully landscaped amenity spaces! Our team provided civil engineering, land surveying, and landscape architecture, partnering with Nelson Architecture, Sierra Construction, Shutler Consulting Engineers, Inc., and Terra Associates, Inc.

    PARTNERED WITH

    Developer: Dermody Properties 

    Architect: Nelson Architecture

    General Contractor: Sierra Construction

    Geotechnical Engineer: Terra Associates, Inc.

    Structural Engineer: Shutler Consulting Engineers, Inc. 

    PHOTO CREDITS

    Photographer: Nick Grier Photography

    Services

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAND SURVEYING 

    LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


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    Residence Inn by Marriott

    Lacey, WA

    The Residence Inn by Marriott is an extended stay hotel brand that currently has over 850 hotels across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. They were the first extended-stay brand in the US and helped to popularize the concept of a suite in a hotel, and have over 200 more locations planned for development in the coming years. 

    The Residence Inn by Marriott in Lacey, WA will be a new addition to the growing Britton Plaza hub. The new hotel is planned on a three-acre site within the plaza, with 157,500 SF, five stories, and 136 suites. The location will feature a fitness center, pool, conference rooms and laundry facilities, along with 128 parking spaces and covered bicycle parking.

    Barghausen prepared civil and landscape design plans for the site. Our team also worked closely with the architect to help design the site plan. Our team was responsible for the utility plans along with plans for grading, roadways and drainage, sanitary sewer and water, landscape, and irrigation. Stormwater solutions utilized LID design features that include raingardens and Filtera Units for enhanced water quality prior to flowing into Britton Plaza’s infiltration galleries. Our extensive experience with the City of Lacey’s design standards led to limited revisions and seamless approval processes.

    Developer: Kalyan Lacey Hotel LLC 

    Traffic Engineer: Heath & Associates Inc. 

    Geotechnical Engineer: GEO Resources

    Architect: Nitin Kulkarni AIA NCARB (Renderings Courtesy of)

    Services

    Civil Engineering

    Landscape Architecture

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    Alpental Logistics

    North Bend, WA

    Alpental Logistics Distribution Center is on track to be completed by February of 2024. The center is located at 43909 S.E. Tanner Road in North Bend, WA. The center is a concrete tilt-up warehouse, designed with three infiltration galleries to manage stormwater effectively. Additionally, it offers 18 loading dock doors complemented by a sturdy concrete apron to safeguard against erosion and damage. The building includes two grade-level doors and a second-floor balcony that provides a view overlooking the beautiful Mount Si. Alpental Logistics Distribution Center consists of 115,500 SF on 6.5 acres of land with 120 parking spaces. For the development of this project, Barghausen partnered with Vector Development Company, SynThesis Architects, Schutler Consulting Engineers, and William Brown Landscape Architects. Barghausen performed civil engineering and land surveying on the 6.5-acre site.

    Developer: Vector Development Co. 

    Designer: SynThesis Architects

    Structural Engineer: Shutler Consulting Engineers 

    Architect: William Brown Landscape Architects 

    Services

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAND SURVEYING

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    The Habit Burger Grill

    University Place

    Habit Burger recently celebrated the grand opening of their University Place location. The new restaurant is located on the highly traveled Bridgepoint Way, near the Green Firs Towne Center. This two-phased project includes two quick-serve restaurants on adjacent parcels, Chipotle and Habit Burger.

    Barghausen partnered with Confluent Development to provide civil engineering, land surveying, and landscape architecture services for the project. The development started with the removal of an existing 5,000+ SF restaurant (formerly known as Massimo, or Captain Nemo's from years prior). Our team assisted with the site plan for the 2,600 SF Habit Burger restaurant that offers a drive-thru and 25 parking spaces. The drive-thru design needed close coordination with the architect and contractor due to unique requirements.

    Our team prepared plans for grading, paving, horizontal control, storm drainage, detention and water quality treatment, sanitary sewer services, grease interceptor layout, domestic water services and the storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP).

    Frontage improvements included sidewalk upgrades, driveway access improvements, ADA ramps, landscape improvements and storm and utility adjustments. Due to the topography on the site, a retaining wall along the southern side of the lot was required.

    Our landscape team designed the planting plans and irrigation system for the site. Landscape plans required collaboration with adjacent property owners to troubleshoot existing trees along boundary lines. An arborist was brought in to assist with the removal process.

    Architect: FHA Architects - Harlan R. Faust

    General Contractor: Pennon Construction

    Services

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAND SURVEYING

    LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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    Avalon Bothell Commons

    Bothell, WA

    Avalon Bothell Commons

    The Avalon Bothell Commons is a multifamily mixed-use community with an array of living options, commercial space, walkability, community and connectivity. The project consists of a 23 acre development that will house 23 multifamily buildings with over 6,000 sf of commercial retail space on the ground-level. The multifamily spaces will offer the city of Bothell over 800 new apartment units and 110 townhome units as additional living options. Community spaces, including a playground and a park with walking trails, offer residents connectivity throughout the various residential and commercial areas. The new neighborhood will also feature a pool with an amenities building and multi-story parking garages.

    Barghausen partnered with AvalonBay Communities, LLC for the development of this project. Our team provided civil engineering, land surveying, permit expediting and construction administration services. Our survey crews provided ALTA, boundary and topographic surveys for phases one and two of the project. Our civil team was involved in providing conceptual, entitlement and construction documents for this project which included demolition, existing conditions, site plans, SWPPP, horizontal control grading, utilities, road profiles, tree retention, water and sewer design. The stormwater design includes 7 different underground detention vaults that route to an existing drainage system.

    Renderings courtesy of GGLO 

    Services

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAND SURVEYING

    PERMIT EXPEDITING 

    CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION 

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    Bridge Point I-5

    Milton, WA

    Bridge Point I-5 is an industrial park in Milton, WA that is currently under construction. The completed park will have a total of four industrial buildings on 117 acres. Barghausen partnered with Bridge Industrial to provide civil engineering, land surveying, land use planning, landscape architecture and permitting services for the site.

    The first phase is nearing completion (2023) and features a 1,032,692 SF building with 40’ clear height, double loaded dock configuration, 490 parking stalls and 75 trailer stalls. The second phase of the Bridge Industrial project will include the remaining three buildings that total 920,000 SF.

    Our engineering team designed a stormwater vault that will hold 2,000,000 cubic feet of stormwater for the entire site. This is one of the largest stormwater vaults Barghausen has designed to date. The team had to design around 100 feet of fall across the site.

    We were involved in designing over two miles of road improvements on Milton Avenue, Porter Way, and Pacific Highway, which encompassed widening the pavement, improving gutters and sidewalks, realigning intersections, improving storm drainage, and adjusting utilities. These plans include a new roundabout and bridge crossing. The site offers direct access to I-5, SR99, SR-18, and the Port of Tacoma.

    “As Seattle continues to attract new residents and businesses, this campus represents a key piece of infrastructure to support booming supply chains and ensure the region’s economy can continue to grow.” - Justin Carlucci, partner for Bridge’s Northwest Region

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    Preliminary and final civil plans: Grading, paving, storm drainage detention and water quality treatment, horizonal control, sanitary sewer and fire line extensions, TESC, SWPPP, and bridge/stream crossing.

    Landscape plans: Planting and irrigation.

    Permitting: Worked closely with the City of Milton and Pierce County Sewer to handle the permitting processes.

    Services

    CIVIL ENGINEERING

    LAND USE PLANNING

    LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

    LAND SURVEYING

    PERMIT EXPEDITING

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