Redhawk Project Wins “Inaward”

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce announced the winners for the 2014 INawards.

King County Public Health Center named INhealthcare award winner for the INawards from the International Interior Design Association’s Northern Pacific Chapter. The INawards honor excellence, innovation and collaboration in design and construction. Over 70 projects were submitted from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington and Idaho.

Redhawk Group completed the tenant remodel in Kent in April 2014. Redhawk worked closely with the King County designated personnel, Josh Spain, and the Architect, Buffalo Design. The 12,500 SF medical center will offer public health services such as maternity support, family services, child protective services, etc.

Congratulations to Buffalo Design for designing a fun, engaging, beautiful space and winning the award.

 

 

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