University of Washington Kincaid Hall

Having undergone no major upgrades since it’s construction in 1971, the University of Washington’s Kincaid Hall was in need of a substantial renovation to support the programmatic needs of the departments of psychology and biology. This upgrade project replaced the aged and outdated building infrastructure, and improved space utilization. Infrastructure improvements included a new roof, building-wide ventilation system, plumbing, and electrical upgrades. The upgraded interiors include research clinics and labs, administrative spaces, and potential for future growth. As an electrical engineer for this progressive design-build project, Coffman helped to modernize systems throughout the building.


  • Education


  • Electrical Engineering
  • Sustainable Design
  • Design-Build