#17. Yelm High School improvements
1315 Yelm Ave., Yelm
$22,867,515 (original) $23,274,424
Type of contract:
Start of construction:
Sept. 27, 2004
Expected completion date:
Sept. 21, 2006 (substantial completion)
Yelm High School was built in 1976 and designed to house 932 students. It now holds over 1,400 students in four buildings.
The project consists of the multi-phased construction of a new 76,396-square-foot, two-story building; modernization of the gymnasium and industrial arts buildings; and demolition of two buildings containing administrative offices and classrooms.
The new structure is being constructed in what was the main parking lot. After the new structure is finished, the old buildings will be demolished and a new parking lot constructed. Areas will be designated for future classrooms adjacent to the new structure.
Primary building elements include cast-in-place concrete, masonry, structural steel, wood and light-gauge metal framing, asphalt shingle roofing, preformed metal panels, aluminum storefront and windows, miscellaneous finishes, mechanical and fire sprinkler upgrades, and new electrical systems.
The civil component includes new parking lots and sidewalks; improvements to water, storm and sewer utilities; and new landscaping and irrigation.
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