Auburn Commuter Rail Station, Phase II Pedestrian Bridge, Auburn, Washington

Auburn Commuter Rail Station, Phase II Pedestrian Bridge, Auburn, Washington

Auburn Commuter Rail Station, Phase II Pedestrian Bridge, Auburn, Washington

Auburn Commuter Rail Station, Phase II Pedestrian Bridge, Auburn, Washington

 
Auburn Commuter Rail Station, Phase II Pedestrian Bridge, Auburn, Washington

AVA's Role
Anil Verma Associates, Inc. was the Prime Consultant and Master Architect for this Commuter Rail Station and Transit Center.

 
Client
Sound Transit, Seattle, Washington

Project Description
The Pedestrian Bridge was designed in context of the existing station structure and future parking structures and retail amenities. AVA used computer graphic techniques to seek approval for their design of the bridge from Sound Transit, City of Auburn, Metro, the Citizens Task Force, the Arts Commission, and others. Context, color, texture, material, forms, scale, etc. were exploited through computer graphics and played a significant role in this community approval process. The bridge structure responds in architectural form with the Phase I Architectural Form with the Phase I Architectural Form of the Station Structure.Phase I consisted of all commuter rail related structures, such as the canopies, platforms, bus drive, trackwork, signals, signage etc. Phase II was the design and construction of the pedestrian bridge and the development of a 600 car six story parking structure. This received the “Vision 2020 Award” by Puget Sound Regional Council.


Cost
Unknown

Status
Completion date: 2002

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