Notkin's leadership and history of excellence in mechanical engineering in the Pacific Northwest spans more than 60 years. Quality, systems reliability and innovation are the trademarks of Notkin's success in mechanical design for healthcare, public, military, educational, commercial, and cultural arts facilities.
Our consistent attention to design quality for HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems not only provides comfortable, energy-efficient interiors, but also the capability to support evolving technologies and changing facility needs in the future.
We are known for performing well on complex projects with challenging requirements such as Benaroya Hall, Museum of Glass and Experience Music Project. Recently completed landmarks include UW's William H. Foege Building (bioengineering and genome research sciences) and the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour at Paine Field, as well as significant renovations and additions at Southwest Washington Medical Center and Evergreen Hospital Medical Center.
Achieving optimum sustainability is a fundamental component of our design
as exemplified by the firm's award-winning work for energy savings and support
of owner's goals for meeting USGBC LEED requirements. Notkin's focus on
supporting our client's sustainable design goals helped to achieve the City
of Seattle's first LEED Gold-rated project - Carkeek
Park Environmental Learning Center. Other LEED rated projects include
(Silver), Seattle Public Utilities Operations Command Center Upgrade (LEED-CI Gold), JBLM Nisqually Clinic (Gold), Olympic College Humanities and Student Services Building (Gold) and UW Foster School of Business PACCAR Hall (Gold).