E.C. Hughes Elementary
7700 34th Avenue SW, Seattle, 98126
The E.C. Hughes building, located on approximately 3.7 acres, was originally constructed in 1926 with a three-story classroom addition completed in1949. Prior to this project, the school was leased to Westside School 10 years. This project will modernize the three-story 47,307 square-feet main building and adjacent portable classrooms to bring the building back into service for use as an SPS elementary school. The upgrades are designed to accommodate the program needs of Roxhill Elementary School or similar populations.
The remodel of E.C. Hughes consists of a complete remodel of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems and minor architectural alterations.
The mechanical scope includes replacement of the central plant, all air handlingunits and all duct work. The plumbing scope includes complete replacement of all existing plumbing lines within the buildingand installing new fixtures throughout. The fire protection scope includes reconfiguring the existing system to put sprinkler lines above ceiling height. The electrical scope includes all new wiring,new lighting throughout, and new data and power to meet district technical standards and current codes.The architectural alterations include new windows on the south wall of the 1949 building, new exterior insulation in the 1949 and 1926 buildings, new finishes throughout, a teaching wall in each classroom,remodel of the 1926 building’s first floor to include a new student restroom, and reconfigured administration space andspecialists’ offices.
Estimated construction start: Spring 2017
Planned construction complete: Summer 2018
Addition open to students: Fall 2018
Paul Wight | Capital Project Manager
T: 206.252.0648 | C: 206.261-6496 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Planning & Construction Updates
The project is out to bid with the first advertisement on Feb. 7 and second advertisement on Feb. 16. Addendum 1 was sent on Feb. 17. A pre-bid meeting is scheduled for Feb. 22. Bid opening will be held on March 9, and the anticipated construction start is May 1, 2017. The building permit is in the final review and comment period, and anticipated to be released in March. The project team held an open house/community meeting on Feb. 13 with the Roxhill PTSA and community neighbors. The project was presented and a question and answer period followed. Attendees then took a tour of the building. Critical maintenance work is currently being performed by SPS Facility and Maintenance Department. This work includes some masonry restoration on the brick veneer and window restoration on the historical wood windows.
Community Meetings & Events
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