Shorecrest High School - modernization update

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Shorecrest site, looking east. with 25th NE is at the top
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Shorecrest has some buildings complete and in use, and some fully under construction. Classes continue on campus.

Performing Arts Building

The Performing Arts building is now fully open, including the renovated theater and classrooms for band, choir, orchestra, drama and visual arts. 

Main Building  

Construction is well under way on the three-story main academic building, scheduled for completion in early 2014. 

Structural steel framing continues, proceeding west to east

Concrete pours continue and forming of shear walls adjacent to the stair towers of the new building is under way.


The new gymnasium is now open and being used for physical education classes and by athletic teams. It includes the main gymnasium, auxiliary gym, classroom, locker rooms, weight room and aerobics/exercise room. Some finish work continues in the building.

Looking northeast at Stair Tower #4 showing reinforcing steel
placed in walls from second to third floor levels.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Looking north/northeast at wall forming for concrete shear walls
being constructed adjacent to Stair Tower #3.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Looking south/southwest at steel beam and column framing
being installed west of Commons area and Stair Tower #2.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Looking southwest at steel beam and column framing
 installed in area north of Stair Tower #2.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Looking southwest at north elevation of the west wing of the building.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools


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