$88.7 million Seattle-area high school contract award

The new Tahoma High School and Regional Learning Center will be home to 2,400 students. (Rendering courtesy DLR Group)

We have signed an $88.7 million contract with existing client Tahoma School District to build the 325,000-square-foot, 2,400-student Tahoma High School and Regional Learning Center in Maple Valley, Wash.

This booking is in addition to an earlier $29 million agreement for services on this project, which we booked in a previous quarter.

The campus has been designed with new learning spaces that will meet today’s needs and be flexible for the future. In addition to traditional school features, specialized facilities will create a new regional learning center focused on trades, including wood shop, metal fabrication, video production and automotive technology. These areas will be utilized by high school students during school hours and will also be available to the surrounding community for learning and training at night and during the summer.

The scope of work also includes new athletic fields, gymnasiums and a 600-seat performing arts center.

Construction is under way and we will complete the project for the 2017-18 school year.

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