Sequoyah Electric, Cochran Inc.,
Nelson Electric Inc. and Foy Group Corp.
THE VIBRANT CITY OF SEATTLE
features stunning views of tree-covered mountains and water in nearly every direction. It
is home to the iconic Space Needle and Pike
Place Market, where grocers and fishmongers
hock their goods to locals and tourists.
The city originally boomed due to the logging industry and, after World War II, was
propelled by Boeing Corp.’s aircraft manufacturing. With residents fueled by Starbucks,
Seattle has become a tech town with the
establishment and growth of Microsoft,
Amazon, Zillow.com and other big names in
software. With their work, the city’s electrical
contractors demonstrate the sophistication
and diversity of the city’s economy.
Sequoyah Electric, headquartered
in Redmond, Wash., is in the final
stages of the 2nd & Pine project,
a residential high-rise across the
street from Pike Place Market.
“It is invaluable to see people
come together in an urban setting
that is open, inviting and diverse,”
Turner Construction Co. selected Sequoyah Electric to
lead the project design and construction.
“We’ve completed multiple high-end, residential high-
rise projects with Turner Construction, so having a strong
and familiar team helped us to collaborate,” said Shannon
Robinson, Project Executive, Sequoyah Electric. “To stay on
track, we utilized our prefabrication facilities and logistics
center to assemble and mass-produce product well ahead of
schedule, while using lean practices and principles.”
Sequoyah Electric was aware that the project would
have an aggressive schedule, so the company created a
strategic plan during preconstruction and implemented
The 2nd & Pine
project is a
residential high-rise across from
Pike Place Market.