Shorewood construction update

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Aerial view of Shorewood site
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Construction of the new Shorewood High School has made significant progress this summer as the steel was erected for the three-story classroom building and work continues to enclose the new structure. Shorewood is expected to open the new buildings in September 2013.

Roofing has progressed through more than 50 percent of the classroom portion of the building. Interior and exterior wall framing is on-going, and exterior wall sheathing is under way to begin enclosing the building. Ductwork and overhead sprinkler and plumbing installation continues throughout the building. Structural steel erection and decking continues at the commons area in the center of the new campus.

New, three story classrooms
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Structural improvements are under way inside the Ronald School building to reinforce the 100-year-old brick landmark. New windows will be installed there this fall.

The masonry walls for the gymnasium and theater are in place; gym skylights are being set and installation of structural steel for the theater is on-going.


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