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At nearly 1,000 feet it offers the tallest public viewing area in the Pacific Northwest. Developed by Martin Selig, the 76-story, 1.5 million square foot Columbia Center—home to Sky View Observatory—was completed in 1985.
Clad in smoked tempered glass and Carnelian granite, the structure boasts 8,800 windows, 2,100 hydronic heat pumps, 48 elevators, and 6 escalators.
As you exit the elevator an automated voice will tell you which direction to turn. Once in the elevator press “73” and you will arrive at the tallest public view in the west in seconds!
The Sky View Observatory offers a one-of-a-kind event space in the highest public observatory in the Northwest with full-service catering.
Her family experience growing up within the autism community drives the passion for her work and gives her a unique understanding. A popular speaker on the topic of Asperger’s and Autism, Lisa presents at national and international conferences in English and Spanish.
This homemade trainer was evaluated against 2 commercially available systems, namely the video Pelvitrainer (Karl Storz Endoscopy, Culver City, California) and the dual mirror Simuview (Simulab Corp., Seattle, Washington).
The Pelvitrainer consists of a fiberglass box, single lens optic laparoscope, fiberoptic light source, endoscopic camera and video monitor, while the Simuview trainer uses 2 offset, facing mirrors and an uncovered plastic box.
A total of 42 participants without prior laparoscopic training were enrolled in the study and asked to execute 2 tasks, that is peg transfer and pattern cutting.
The many technical innovations required for such a large scale project, such as viscoelastic dampers and triangle shaped bracing, enable Columbia Center to withstand earthquakes and hurricane force winds, making it one of the strongest and safest buildings in the Pacific Northwest.
Onsite parking is available at current rates, subject to change without notice.