Hatton Godat Pantier has welcomed two new partners to the firm! Sabrena Orr, our Business Manager, and Chloe McIntyre, PE, a Senior Project Manager, have been promoted to partnership. Sabrena came onboard in 2005 as our Project Coordinator and is now our Business Manager. Chloe was hired in 2016 as a project engineer and obtained her Professional Engineers license in January 2020. Chloe and Sabrena look forward to a long-term relationship with our clients.
Chris Carlson has joined Hatton Godat as Planning Manager. His primary role is to assist the firm’s clients in developing their land more efficiently.
Responsibilities include conceptual development and planning, preparation and coordination of development and land use, and helping facilitate the agency approval process.
Prior to joining Hatton Godat Pantier, Chris was employed as the Permit Manager for the City of Tumwater. Chris has extensive experience in planning, land development, agency regulations, and project coordination.
Our staff undertook the construction of some amazing Gingerbread Houses! The contest, sponsored by Hatton Godat Pantier, was embraced by our employees. The creative juices flowed in the making of the gingerbread houses, and we even had an entire Gingerbread Village! This was, hands down, one of the best projects yet and will become an annual tradition at HGP!
The Views on 5th project is located in the 400 block of 5th Avenue SW in downtown Olympia. The project is a high-rise multifamily renovation of an existing nine-story building along with construction of a new two-story urban apartment building and a containerized automated parking system. The project also creates commercial space on the ground floor. The project is a mix of demolition and renovation of existing structures to be replace with a two-story building including a parking garage, gym, retail space and residential units. The full project includes approximately 120 residential units as well as a restaurant and bar and other retail space on the first floor.
Hatton Godat Pantier’s GIVEBACK PROGAM has donated thousands of dollars to our local community, including donations to the Thurston County Food Bank, Sleep Country Coat Drive, fulfilling family wishes and needs through our local Community Youth Services. This year staff gathered together at Matchless Brewery to assemble children’s bikes that were donated to local charities. Fun was had by all and best wishes to those kids who received brand new Huffy bikes for Christmas!
West Central Park began with the vision by Alicia Elliott for a neighborhood gathering area in 2015. Congratulations to Alicia for her tireless effort, vision and can-do attitude! The completed project boasts a café and bakery, food truck court, event space, and features a lush pedestrian park on the former Rowland Lumber site, located at the corner of Harrison Avenue and Division Street on the westside of Olympia. A picnic shelter, demonstration gardens, ADA accessible pathways, bike racks, and a grassy area for outdoor movie seating complement this location.
Hatton Godat Pantier staff gave generously this year, adopting three families through Community Youth Services, located in downtown Olympia. Giving resulted in three families, including nine children under the age of 10, receiving all of the items on their wish lists and MUCH MORE! Thank you to our staff for all your generosity!!
The Toscana project is located within Lacey city limits on approximately 11 acres. It was constructed in two phases totaling 11 apartment buildings, a recreational facility, parking including subterranean parking garages, pedestrian ways, and natural open space. Apartment buildings are 3 and 4 stories, containing a mix of studio, one and two bedroom units for a total of 393 units. Parking lots will consist of asphalt surfaces and containing mixture of covered and uncovered stalls. Four story buildings will have underground parking garages located below the finished floor of each building.
Hatton Godat Pantier staff donated warm winter clothing as part of our GiveBack Program for the annual Sleep Country Coat Drive! New and gently used winter outer wear along with warm socks, hats, gloves and scarves. Staff went way over expectations and donated more than 350 items!
In January, 2016, a Special Use Permit was granted by the Thurston County Hearings Examiner to enlarge an existing 44,000 s.f. industrial building to 63,000 s.f. with onsite parking, landscape improvements and construction of a stormwater system at 6631 Rixie Road SE in Olympia. The existing manufacturing site and the adjacent single family parcel were consolidated into one lot. The project removed a portion of the existing manufacturing building existing house, garage, paving and well. The existing manufacturing building was expanded by approximately 17,252 s.f. on the west. Hatton Godat Pantier provided land use, civil design and permitting services.
(EXCERPT FROM VITAL SIGNS, PROVIDENCE ST. PETER HOSPITAL)
Olympia resident Steve Hatton is the picture of fitness – an extreme endurance athlete for more than 10 years, he’s a two-time Ironman World Championship triathlete. Competing at that level requires a strong will, and a strong heart. But even the most fine-tuned hearts need help sometimes.
A fateful moment – It started as the most normal day: One afternoon in December 2012, Steve left work for lunch to go for a run near his home. But something was wrong. “Fifteen minutes in, according to my GPS watch, I just stopped moving,” Steve says. “I fell off the road and into the ditch about a mile and a half from home, and no one was around to see what happened.” Steve was extremely lucky that day. A trained EMT, driving home after visiting his mother, saw Steve’s feet – the only part of him visible. He stopped, began CPR and called 9-1-1. Steve was brought to Providence St. Peter Hospital, whose cardiac program consistently beats the national benchmark for prompt heart attack treatment by more than 50 percent and rank among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide in heart attack treatment. But Steve has no recollection of any of that. He just remembers waking up in the Critical Care Unit, and the kind care and support he and his wife received there. And then, finally, going home.