Mahlum believes all people deserve to make the best personal healthcare decisions for themselves and their families.
A few years ago, we wondered why more mass timber K-12 schools, especially larger and multi-story structures, were not being built in Washington State. To find answers to these questions, we formed an expert mass timber team comprised of Mahlum staff and consultant firms, submitted a proposal to the USDA/US Forest Service for a Wood Innovations Grant, and embarked on a two-year long study.
A new facility will bring Black United Fund of Oregon’s programs under one roof and provide the opportunity to form new partnerships with like-minded organizations.
Utilized for the first time on Washington State’s Capitol Campus, cross-laminated timber (CLT) is one of multiple biophilic strategies incorporated into the campus’ new Childcare Center in support of nature-based play.
Corrie Rosen has been elevated to Partner, joining Anne Schopf, David Mount, Mark Cork, and Kurt Haapala in leading the firm.
Violence and racism against Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are deeply entrenched in the history of the United States. We stand with our staff in denouncing the recent string of murders and attacks, the latest manifestation of the longstanding history of violence and hate against Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
As a firm dedicated to promoting a deep sense of community within our work, Mahlum was humbled by the vision for transformation brought to us by our client for the Our Home – Cathedral Park cohousing community, and are honored to be collaborating with Our Home Inclusive Community Collaborative (ICC) on this project.
Following the historic 1997 Kyoto Protocol, and the growing understanding of the role that the built environment has on global warming, Mahlum began in earnest to incorporate sustainable strategies into our work.
As a partnered program of the 2020 Seattle Design Festival, Listen Now is a project that engages family, friends and neighbors by gathering their personal stories about times when they truly felt connected with someone who was different from themselves.
We can no longer remain silent. Our communities are suffering. The killing of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Manuel Ellis and the endless acts of racism and injustice in our society remind us of how far we are from realizing a world where each of us is able to feel safe in our communities – free of fear, discrimination, and oppression.