Shorewood High School - modernization update

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Looking east with Fremont Ave at the bottom of shot
and N 175th on the left
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Shorewood remains on schedule for its opening in September. Work is moving quickly inside, and as weather permits, outside the building.

  • Sheetrock is being installed in Ronald Building and subfloor installation is underway.
  • Exterior veneer work is complete in the courtyard area on the exterior of the library and athletic areas.
  • Exterior metal panels have been installed on the main gym and stair towers.
  • Window installation continues around the classroom building.
  • Storefront windows and curtain wall installations are underway at the classroom building for the library, commons, entrance and other areas
  • Sheetrock installation is nearly complete at the classroom building.
  • Painting has progressed through 70 percent of the classroom building.
  • Main electrical switchgear installation continues in the main electrical room and Seattle City Light has installed the building’s transformer. Electrical wall rough-in is complete in most of the building, and HVAC rough in continues.
  • Roofing is nearing completion in all areas.
  • Carpet installation will begin soon.
  • Site concrete continues to be poured with good weather.

Looking north into the commons area, with the new library at the left,
gym fitness and weight room at the right.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Inside the new culinary arts room, cabinets being assembled.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Look at all the windows in the new library!
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

The concrete risers in the new theater.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Inside the commons area looking out into the courtyard.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

In the courtyard with the library at center.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

The courtyard. This will be a grassy landscaped area come next September.
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools


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