Goodrich AeroStructures Integration Services Facility
Paine Field, Washington
Paul McCormick of INNOVA Architects was the principal in charge of this 140,000 sf structure design. A 6,000 SF office node and a similar sized mechanical/electrical room node were also included, along with a completely enclosed loading dock which accommodates a 15-ton bridge crane. Each bay is served by an under-hung three-ton bridge crane, plus a spare. Other unique and highly specialized interior features include custom prep and paint booths and a Hazmat storage crib, utility trenches in floor throughout to supply compressed air, water, electrical and data services for specialized tools, a color-coded piping system, security and access control, and new technology high efficiency hi-bay lighting. This design-build project was successfully completed on an accelerated schedule to allow Goodrich to be fully operational to deliver product for Boeing's 787 Dreamliner project.