Tulalip 66 Residential Units – Low Income Housing

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Tulalip 66 Residential Units – Low Income Housing

Tulalip 66 Residential UnitsClient: Dyron Murphy Architects

Location: Tulalip, Washington

Lopez Engineering was contracted by Dyron Murphy Architects to provide design services for the Tulalip 66 Residential Units project located in Tulalip, Washington.  The general scope of work was to provide Electrical services for converting ten (10) single family units into twenty (20) duplexes, which previously consisted of fourteen (14) two bedroom and six (6) three-bedroom units.  It also rehabilitated three (3) three-bedroom and one (1) two-bedroom units into four (4) five-bedroom single family units. New construction was performed on eleven (11) three-bedroom duplexes, seven (7) four-bedroom single family units, three (3) five bedroom single family units and a ten unit apartment building was developed within the boundaries of the Tulalip Indian Reservation.

Electrical design included building lighting, power and special systems floor plans for each typical unit.  An electrical power single line diagram was provided for each building type.  Complete panel schedules, fixture schedules and electrical equipment schedules were also provided.   Typical lighting included recessed compact fluorescent down lights and surface mounted wrap around fluorescent lights.