Olympic Sculpture Park

The Seattle Olympic Sculpture Park features an award-winning design that makes artistic use of the forty-foot grade change from the top of the site to the water’s edge of Puget Sound.  It was conceived to provide a fluid, seamless landscape that weds the city to the shoreline providing a scenic public space for pedestrians to enjoy.  McKinstry’s architectural metals team provided stainless steel custom fabricated #4-finish vertical wall panels, copings, and fascia to the Park’s Pavilion building in 2006.  This project has stood the test of time, providing enhanced protection and beauty to what has become one of Seattle’s most well-known landmarks.

Project Partners:

Owner – Seattle Art Museum

Architect – Weiss Manfredi Architects – New York

General Contractor – Sellen Construction – Seattle

Civic, Construction, Washington


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