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2006 Capital Bond Projects



Everett High School Gym Modernization

The gymnasium building at Everett High School received a full modernization of all building systems including heating, ventilation, electrical, plumbing, roofing, finishes, and the structure was strengthened to better withstand earthquakes. The project focused on the needs of today's society and the future, including flexible spaces, community use and technology. $3,420,175 of the costs for this project were covered by SCAP funds.
 
  Estimated cost$17,848,991

 Actual cost
$15,476,329
   Project completed 2014
 
 

Everett High School Little Theater modernization

The original scope of this project was substantially increased from a seismic and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) upgrade to a full modernization and historical renovation of the building – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program – through the use of interest earnings from bond funds and SCAP funds. This modernization included a complete renovation of the building, including seismic upgrades, a new roof, replacement of the HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as technology upgrades. The ramp connecting the lower level to the exterior was relocated from the west side of the building to the south side of the building, increasing visibility and security. Three new classrooms, a teacher planning area, and restrooms were added to the basement level. The theater space, with seating for approximately 150 persons, is located on the main floor. A new classroom was included on the main floor. A third floor balcony at the south end of the structure houses an orchestra seating area and control booth. At the north end of the structure, new mechanical mezzanine houses the heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment. 
 

 Actual cost $6,643,858
   Project completed  2010



Forest View Elementary School (new elementary school no.17)


This project provided construction of a new 62,500 square foot, two story elementary school located in the south portion of the district adjacent to Gateway Middle School and the Silver Firs neighborhood. The original size of the building area of this project was able to be substantially increased to provide more breakout instructional spaces – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program through the use of interest earnings from the bond funds and SCAP funds. The facility has a capacity of 593 students. This project also included a new public through street connecting 156th Street SE with Silver Firs Drive SE, between Gateway MS and Forest View ES. $3,821,746 of the costs for this project were covered by mitigation/impact fees, and $122,910 were covered by SCAP funds. 
 
   Estimated cost  $25,370,984
   Actual cost  $30,486,199
   Projected completed  fall 2007
 
 

Garfield Elementary School modernization

A full modernization was completed of the existing school originally built in 1946 and additional space that was added in 1969. This project modernized 53,577 square feet and had 3,067 square feet of new construction. The project included improving circulation, parking and student drop-off areas.
  
   Estimated cost  $15,181,374
   Actual cost  $14,622,358
   Project completed  2009
 
 

Jefferson Elementary School modernization


The original scope of this project was substantially increased from a modernization to a complete replacement of the classroom areas of the building – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program – through the use of interest earnings from the bond funds and SCAP funds. This project also provided a revamping of the parking and drop-off areas for busses and parents and included the extension of Cadet Way through to El Capitan Way. In addition, $260,000 of the project costs were covered by mitigation/impact fees.
 
   Estimated cost  $15,799,620
   Actual cost  $18,056,051
   Project completed  winter 2011
 
 

Monroe Elementary School modernization

The original scope of this project was able to be substantially increased from a modernization to a complete replacement of the building – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program – through the use of interest earnings from the bond funds and SCAP funds. A new Monroe Elementary School was constructed on the site and the existing school was demolished upon completion of the new facility. This project focused on the needs of today's society and the future, including flexible spaces, community use and technology. 
 
   Estimated cost  $14,679,999
   Actual cost  $22,768,991 
   Project completed  winter 2012
 
 
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North Middle School auxiliary gym addition

Added a new auxiliary gym to meet the needs of the physical education program for the school. The project included construction of a new gym building (6,859 square feet of new construction) and modernization of existing locker rooms. Electrical and mechanical systems were upgraded and a new standby generator was installed. 
 
   Estimated cost  $3,336,239
   Actual cost  $3,668,881
   Project completed  2008
 
 

Silver Lake Elementary School modernization


Modernized and added new construction to the school which was originally constructed in 1937. The original scope of this project was increased to provide an addition and a more complete modernization project – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program – through the use of interest earnings from the bond funds and SCAP funds. Improvements included a new gym/cafeteria/kitchen addition. The office, library and classroom space in the existing portion of the building were modernized. New roofs were installed on the existing building and it also received partial modernization. The project also included improvements for vehicle and bus access.
 
   Estimated cost  $12,295,966
   Actual cost  $14,653,609 
   Project completed  2008
 
 

View Ridge Elementary School replacement

The original scope of this project was substantially increased from a modernization to a complete replacement of the building – to better meet the needs of the students and the educational program. The original school was replaced with a new two-story, 67,000 square foot elementary school. The project focused on the needs of today's society and the future, including flexible spaces, community use and technology. A portion of the project ($1,669,719) was funding using SCAP funds.
 
   Estimated cost  $23,584,940
   Actual cost  $22,573,713
   Project completed  fall 2012
 
 

Whittier Elementary School modernization

Completed a partial modernization of the existing school, originally built in 1949, and the 1954 addition. The existing gym was demolished and a new gym was constructed. The library and 8-classroom addition, built in 1987, received a partial modernization.
 
   Estimated cost  $11,197,122
   Actual cost  $10,163,230
   Project completed  winter 2011
 
 

Cascade High School science hallway flooring replacement

This project replaced the carpet in the Science Building hallway.
 
   Actual cost       $172,539
   Project completed     summer 2009
 
  

Cedar Wood Elementary School sand field replacement

 

The existing sand based playfield at Cedar Wood Elementary School was replaced with natural grass turf in summer 2008. The field opened for school and community use in summer 2009. SCAP funds of $15,746 were used to complete this project.
 
   Cost  $252,479
   Project completed  summer 2008
 
 

Cedar Wood and Mill Creek elementary schools HVAC upgrades


Replaced all heating and ventilation equipment and the installed a building-wide energy management system. This project improved system reliability and reduced energy consumption.
 
 
   Estimated cost
$1,328,450 Cedar Wood
$1,667,744 Mill Creek
   Actual cost
$1,035,568 Cedar Wood
$982,308 Mill Creek 
   Project completed  September 2008
 
 

Everett High School cafeteria and commercial buildings seismic upgrades


Seismic upgrade work on the cafeteria focused on improving connections between framing members and concrete walls and between steel and wood framing members. In many locations, additional bolts were installed to create redundancy. While the seismic upgrades were being constructed, two basement classrooms were reconfigured to yield three classrooms and to improve exiting and circulation routes.The three-story concrete commercial building was strengthened by the addition of shear walls extending from the foundation up to the roof. All of the work was within the building and there were no exterior appearance changes.
 
   Estimated cost  $737,316
   Actual cost  1,714,997
   Project completed  fall 2009
 

Everett High School energy upgrades

Energy upgrades to the science building included insulation, lighting upgrades and energy management controls. This project also replaced aging HVAC systems with new, more energy efficient equipment which have the capacity to reclaim building heat for reuse while improving ventilation capacity to improve indoor air quality. Rent/miscellaneous funds of $531,929 were used to complete this portion of the project. Energy upgrades to the administration building included installation of lighting controls and the addition of a mechanical room to house two new energy efficient boilers. These upgrades greatly improved the responsiveness and energy efficiency of the school's heating system. Energy upgrades to the vocational building included lighting fixture and control upgrades, replacement of aging inefficient heating equipment and replacement of hot water tanks with more energy efficient tank less models.
 
   Cost  $3,786,301
   Project completed  2011
 
  
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Everett Memorial Stadium renovation of restroom and concession buildings

Renovated and expanded the two existing restroom and concession buildings. The project included new CMU walls, new roof, new lavatory fixtures, new cabinets/counters and equipment in the concession areas.
 
   Estimated cost  $44,221
   Actual cost  $552,867
   Project completed  fall 2009
 
 

Everett Memorial Stadium synthetic turf replacement

Replaced the synthetic turf and track with a new synthetic turf and track. Baseball stadium reserve funds covered $759,799 of the project.
 
   Cost  $961,773
   Project completed  fall 2008
 
 
 

Evergreen Middle School exterior wall weather protection

 
Installed new exterior metal siding over the existing exterior insulation finish system (EIFS). It provided a more durable exterior building envelope and improved the building's resistance to water intrusion. SCAP funds covered $38,116 of the project.
 
   Cost  $691,029 
   Project completed  fall 2008
 
  

Grease traps at seven schools

Installed new exterior grease traps at seven schools for kitchen sanitary sewer drain lines with large capacities and convenient access for maintenance operations: Cascade HS, Everett and Sequoia high schools; Hawthorne, Lowell and Madison elementary schools; and North Middle School.
 
   Estimated cost  $378,962
   Actual cost  $604,929
   Project completed  fall 2008
 
 

Hawthorne Elementary School seismic upgrades and roof replacement

Completed seismic upgrades to the existing roof and wall structures and installed new plywood roof deck and new roofing.
 
   Estimated cost  $667,779
   Actual cost  $1,117,693
   Project completed  fall 2007
 
 

Heatherwood Middle School covered walkway upgrades

Replaced the existing glass roofing panels on the exterior covered walkway with a standing seam metal roofing system.
 
   Estimated cost  $226,690
   Actual cost  $185,343
   Project completed  fall 2008
 
 

Heatherwood Middle School covered playshed roof


Replaced the standing seam metal roof on the covered playshed. SCAP funds of$28,898 of the costs for this project were covered by SCAP funds.
 
   Estimated cost  $437,091
   Actual cost  $194,793
   Project completed  fall 2007
 
 

Land acquisition for future schools

In September 2008, the district purchased approximately 30 acres of property (formerly known as Bear Creek Highlands LLC) inside the Urban Growth Boundary along 180th Street SE in the southeastern portion of the school district. This property purchase is intended to be used as a site for future school(s). Enrollment projections 15 to 20 years into the future indicate the need for up to three more elementary schools, and portions of a new middle school and high school to house students from future housing. Much of this growth is anticipated to occur in the undeveloped areas east of 35th Avenue SE and south of 156th Street SE. 
 
   Estimated cost  $17,860,440
   Actual cost  $18,429,906
   Project completed  
 
 

Lively Environmental Center modernization and sanitary sewer

The original scope of this project was to connect the buildings on this site to the public sanitary sewer system. Replacement of the existing buildings on the site were able to be added to the scope of this project by using interest earnings from bond funds and SCAP funds. A new four classroom building was constructed to replace four old, dilapidated portable classrooms. A new modular home was purchased and placed on the site to house the caretaker. A new force main sanitary sewer line was installed from the buildings on the Lively site to the high point in the Alderwood Water District sanitary sewer line in Seattle Hill Road.  
 
   Estimated cost $286,225
   Actual cost  $1,345,572
   Project completed  2009
 
 

Madison Elementary School roof replacement

Madison Elementary School received a complete replacement of the existing, aging roofing system.
 
   Estimated cost  $300,000
   Actual cost  $688,150
   Project completed  fall 2011
 
 

New central bus facility

Constructed a new central bus facility on a 5.25-acre site on 80th Street SW, near The Boeing Company plant in southwest Everett. The facility includes parking for approximately 140 busses and vans. SCAP funds in the amount of $285,756 were used to complete this project.
 
   Cost  $5,671,045
   Project completed  summer 2007
 
 

Silver Firs Elementary School HVAC upgrades

 
Description: 
Installed new gas furnaces and a digital control system throughout the school and installation of air condition systems in selected areas. 
 
   Estimated cost  $1,667,744
   Actual cost  $862,838
   Project completed  fall 2007
 
 

Standby electrical generators at Jackson Woodside elementary schools

Installed standby electrical generators to allow operation of emergency lighting and communications systems during power outages.
 
   Actual cost  $223,876
   Project completed  summer 2010
 
 
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Standby electrical generators at six schools

Installed  standby electrical generators at six schools to allow operation of emergency lighting and communications systems during power outages: North Middle School and Cedar Wood, Lowell, Madison, Mill Creek and Silver Firs elementary schools.
 
   Estimated cost  $2,084,863
   Actual cost  $651,134
   Project completed  fall 2008
 
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