All aspects of the Mount Si construction project remain on schedule. General Contractor Spee West began work at the site in April on the north pad portion of the site where the stone column work has been completed. They have been busy bringing in materials, digging footings and foundations, installing underground utilities, and adding structural steel rebar and steel embeds in the footings. On May 15, the first concrete was poured in the corner foundation where the new Freshman Campus building will be built. At the same time, work on installing underground stone columns is now 85% complete and continues adjacent to the existing school. For more photos and details, read the May 2017 Status Reportfrom the Project Manager.
Left: Aerial view taken May 8 of foundation work for the Freshman Campus. Right: The architects' rendering of the Freshman Campus entrance at the future school.
Top photos: (left) Digging for the Freshman Campus footings; (right) Tops of the underground stone columns can be seen in the footings before rebar is added.
Lower photos: The first cement pour for the footings took place on May 15, 2017.
Interior and Exterior Design Elements
Each month, a different design feature at the high school will be highlighted. This palette displays the "earthy industrial" design materials that NAC Architecture will be incorporating throughout the new Mount Si High School design.
For more information: Visit the District website at:
www.svsd410.organd click on the Facilities Planning and Construction icon for progress on bond projects.
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