National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administratrion
Sand Point, Washington
This site was visited TWO TIMES by the webmaster of this site.
(1)Vern, an Engineer working for the FLUOR Company in 1988, surveyed the Telephone Switching Equipment in each building.
The survey included NOAA piers on Lake Union and the Fisheries Science Center on Montlake Channel.
(2) Vern, as a historian for the "Friends of Naval Station Seattle", studied and photographed the grounds pictured above..


This facility was constructed in 1984

The Western Regional Center consists of nine buildings which contain 473,938 square feet. The AFSC occupies and shares space in four of the buildings.

Building 4: contains offices, computer rooms, a library, graphics studios, laboratories, conference rooms, copy rooms, dark rooms, and storage space. 122,965 

Building 8: contains a Western Regional Center shop-warehouse and a dive locker for diving equipment. The dive locker occupies approximately 600 square feet of special purpose space.

Building 32: contains a net loft, shop, warehouse, and wet labs. 110,000 square feet

Building 33: has no heat and limited electricity and is used for bulk storage. Special features include large storage areas with high ceilings, concrete floors, and high, wide entry doors for large vehicles and loads. 98,000 square feet

Scott Burton:   Viewpoint
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  NOAA from Pier 1

This webmasters LONG RANGE  VISION

Rev. May 18, 2013