Located in the central terminal of the SeaTac Airport, the Pallino Pastaria is a full-mechanical, tenant improvement project under Wilcox Construction. Our team performed the grease ducts and hoods, fire wrap, and standard insulation in the space. There was plenty of design assistance from our project management and field team to ensure the project was a success. The restaurant’s owner is directly involved in many aspects of the project and has required assistance in making his vision into a workable reality. This is the first Port of Seattle job Auburn has been involved in for several years. The Pallino Tenant Improvement is located in a terminal area with three other restaurant tenant improvements currently under construction.
The rental car facility includes an extensive storm-water-drainage system that culminates into a 3-million-gallon detention vault fed by 2-16 inch stormwater mains. The facility will ultimately support offices for ten rental-car companies and 5,000 parking spaces throughout the five-story garage. In addition, the new, quick-turnaround facilities will dispense over 100,000 gallons of gasoline stored on site through 48 pumps, as well as a stainless-steel piping system designed to supply windshield washer fluid.
Auburn was the HVAC and plumbing contractor for this 15,000-SF roasting facility and coffee bar located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. This was the first premium-roasting restaurant in Starbucks’ brand. Tom Douglas’ Serious Pie restaurant was also included in the scope of the project. The most challenging and interesting part of the project was the historical nature of the project