How an employee appreciation concept brought together MiiR, Coughlin Porter Lundeen, and IslandWood.
Q&A with Principal Bryan Zagers to understand what made this project so special.
How we're supporting the Mary's Place mission.
Where you'll find us this winter.
Honoring history, telling a building’s story, and ultimately, attracting tenants. Featuring The Publix, Augusta Apartments and The Sanctuary at the Mark.
Back by popular demand, we've assembled our team's favorite activities to get you through the winter.
FIRE STATION 20
TERRY AVENUE BUILDING
We love seeing projects in Seattle succeed and believe that with the right process and proactivity, every project can. We’re honored to be a part of our city’s continued growth, in GSI and beyond. To learn more about Coughlin Porter Lundeen’s sustainability efforts and vision, click here.
We’re grateful to Miir for their partnership, and their commitment to the underserved and underprivileged. We’ve already spotted our bottles on conference tables during meetings, on the bus, clipped onto bikes, and along for the ride on weekend hikes. It’s great to see them out and about knowing that they represent our team’s hard work, the city we love, and a giving project that’s doing good.
To see more about our journey with Miir, read our full blog post.
The University of Idaho Integrated Research and Innovation Center (IRIC) is a campus centerpiece and a case study for the imaginative and untraditional. We conducted a Q&A with Principal Bryan Zagers to understand what made this project so special.
Since our founding more than twenty years ago, Coughlin Porter Lundeen has supported Mary's Place and their mission to "empower homeless women, children, and families to reclaim their lives.” Mary’s Place is a refuge, providing shelter, nourishment, resources, healing and hope in a safe community. While our support of this great organization isn’t new (our structural team has developed designs for numerous Mary’s Place buildings), this year our team supported Mary’s Place in a few especially creative ways.
We believe that fulfillment of basic needs gives people hope and changes our world. Affiliation with organizations that improve people’s lives by supplying shelter, nourishment, and health care services makes us proud. And quite simply, it’s the right thing to do.
Coughlin Porter Lundeen has been recognized as one of the region’s top small business philanthropists by the Puget Sound Business Journal, reflecting our ongoing commitment to be a better neighbor where we live and work.
THE SANCTUARY AT F5 TOWER