Mark Ward

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About Mark Ward

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  • Website URL
    http://www.urbanadd.com

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  • Real Name
    Mark Ward
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Seattle, WA
  • Distiller Status
    Non-Distiller
  • DSP Number
    "n/a"
  • Interests
    We are an architecture & planning firm that specializes in planning and coordinating distilled spirit plants.
  1. Hello Mark,

    Welcome to the forum, it's nice to learn a little about your business. I work with distilleries, and wineries and assist them with there bond and insurance needs. I would love the opportunity to talk with you more to see how we could network. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    Kind Regards,

    Dianna Connelly

    425-806-0401 direct

  2. Thanks Gwydion!, glad to be here!
  3. Hello! We’re a Seattle-based architecture and design firm that specializes in distillery and alcoholic beverage production projects across the country. We recently completed the new home for Westland Distillery (see pdf below), the largest single malt whiskey distillery in Washington State. And are currently working on projects in Edmonds, Tacoma, Tumwater, and Lawton, Oklahoma. Strategic design of your DSP can significantly increase sales and strengthen brand loyalty. From telling your company’s story with front-of-house guest experiences, to office spaces that foster teamwork, to LEAN optimized production facilities – our team can help catapult your company’s growth. We have in-depth working knowledge of the International Fire, Mechanical, and Building codes that most North American jurisdictions enforce. We work closely with distillers and local jurisdictions to design safe, efficient, and forward-thinking facilities. We manage relationships between equipment manufacturers, design and engineering teams, and your general contractor. And last, your customers want to know what you’re doing to decrease your ecological impact. Buildings are deeply implicated in the consumption of limited natural resources. Through elegant design and innovative problem solving, we create facilities that consume less and last longer – and we can help you tell that story. No project is too big or too small – if you’ve got specific code-related questions, are just beginning to look for a new space, or are on your 3rd iteration – please feel free to call, email, or contact us through this forum. Thanks in advance, we’re looking forward to contributing here! Mark www.urbanadd.com Westland Distillery.pdf