#8. Roosevelt High School renovation
1410 N.E. 66th St., Seattle
$57 million (construction)
$84 million (total)
Type of contract:
General contractor/ construction manager
Start of construction:
Expected completion date:
June 2006 (substantial completion)
Roosevelt High School consists of three buildings, including a 1922-vintage main structure that is designated as a historic landmark. The other two buildings include: a 1965 annex holding a cafeteria, studios and shops; and a 1960 gymnasium.
The project will significantly alter a 1928 addition, demolish the cafeteria and gym, and preserve the landmark building. A new theater, gym and commons will be located in a new section.
The renovated school will meet modern requirements for 1,600 students, including security, site circulation and barrier-free access. It will be 280,000 square feet.
Construction work is being sequenced to reduce its impact.
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