Bridge Point I-5
Industrial, Civil Engineering, Land Surveying, Land Use Planning, Permit Expediting, Landscape Architecture | 117 acres, 2 million SF
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
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.
LAND USE PLANNING