Since 1956, Spokane-based Lydig Construction has been building structures around the Northwest, including Lake Washington High School and Puget Sound Energy Factoria Service Center. Lydig’s LEED-certified Bellevue office was designed with collaboration, problem-solving, and communication in mind, but there’s also space for fun and relaxation. Whether employees are working or playing, Lydig’s innovative space does not disappoint.

 

Photos by Rachel Coward

DETAILS

Architect: JPC Architects
Builder: Lydig Construction
Office opened: May 2014
Square footage: 22,000
Employees: 109

FUN FACTS

  • The barn doors in the kitchen and break room are made of reclaimed wood from the beds of work trucks.
  • Lydig’s building materials are showcased throughout the office with concrete columns adorned with steel, glass, copper, and wood.
  • Every employee, including each member of the management team, has an open workspace.
  • Lydig’s lounge has a popcorn machine, video game consoles, darts, shuffleboard, and more for guests’ and employees’ enjoyment.