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August 20, 2012

Monroe Elementary School

Exterior photo by Ben Llanes, Reid Middleton [enlarge]

The $16 million Monroe Elementary School opened in January at 10901 27th Ave S.E. in Everett.

The two-story, 68,000-square-foot building replaces an eight-building campus.

The school has flexible spaces for learning, community use and technology. Open instruction areas expand students' access to views and light. Exposed ventilation systems save construction costs and offer lessons in engineering, math, science and physics.

School officials said they think this is the first U.S. public school to be almost entirely lit using a light emitting diode (LED) system. The system was used to save money and energy. Each panel is estimated to last 15 years.

Owner: Everett Public Schools

Architect: Dykeman

General contractor: SpeeWest Construction

Structural, civil engineer: Reid Middleton

Electrical engineer: Hargis Engineers

Mechanical engineer: Hargis Engineers

Accoustical design: Greenbusch Group

Landscape architect: Harmsen & Associates

Traffic consultant: Heffron Transportation

Geotechnical engineer: Associated Earth Sciences

Food service consultant: George E. Bundy & Associates


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