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February 24, 2023
Mason contractor: Warfield Masonry
Architect: Erickson McGovern Architects
General contractor: Neeley Construction Co.
Masonry supplier: Mutual Materials
This project was a replacement for the original Central Avenue Elementary School built in 1949. It features brick masonry arched windows similar in design to the original architecture, and crews were able to integrate repurposed 82-year-old light fixtures into the masonry.
The uniqueness of this project is that masonry was used in the arches in both the interior and exterior wall systems, and that it meets the Washington state sustainable protocol.
Primary wall systems consists of 4- and 8-inch smooth “Deep Plum” veneer.