The Fisher Pavilion is a replacement for the Flag Pavilion, which was built as a part of Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair. The new pavilion has nearly 25,000 square feet of interior exhibition space. A 19,700 square foot rooftop plaza overlooks the Center's two acres of landscaped green space, the amphitheater and The International Fountain. The use of long span decked bulb tees provides a column-free exhibit hall, with rooftop capacity for landscaping amenities and a large number of festival participants.
High Load Capacity - The decked bulb tees are designed to support a live load of 150 psf and a dead load of 200 psf. They received a 4" thick concrete topping, waterproof membrane, insulation and concrete pavers.