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February 21, 2017

Hazel Wolf K-8

Photos by Benjamin Benschneider [enlarge]

Hazel Wolf K-8 is a 83,000-square-foot school at 11530 12th Ave N.E. in North Seattle, with a focus on environmental learning.

The school uses the environment to teach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects. It can accommodate up to 680 students, and is a “choice school” that students opt to attend.

The school integrates with its 3.2-acre site to create an indoor/outdoor learning lab, with a living wall in main entry, green roofs and terraces.

The $39.2 million school was built last year and replaces Pinehurst School, which was demolished.

Owner: Seattle Public Schools

Architect: NAC Architecture

General contractor: Lydig Construction

Construction manager: Heery International

Civil, structural engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen

Mechanical engineer: Hargis Engineers

Geotechnical engineer: Associated Earth Sciences

Electrical engineer: Travis, Fitzmaurice & Assoc.

Landscape architect: Murase Associates

Land surveyor: Pace Engineering

Traffic engineer: Heffron Transportation


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