DJC TopProjects 2022 - 3rd Place - Primary Education - Large • Daily Journal of Commerce

2022-09-17 01:45:37 By : Ms. Melody Song

By: scott.huish in TopProjects 2022 September 2, 2022 11:10 am

Location: Happy Valley Cost: $79.2 million Start: June 2019 Completion: August 2021 Owner/Developer: North Clackamas School District Owner’s Representative/Project Manager: OTAK CPM Architect: Bora Architecture & Interiors Engineer: PAE General Contractor: Lease Crutcher Lewis Submitting Company: Lease Crutcher Lewis Subcontractors: A36 Structures, Advanced Welding & Steel, American National Services, Apollo Mechanical Contractors, Bar M Steel, Benchmark, Beynon Sports Surfaces, Black Diamond Homes, Brandsen Hardwood Floors, Building Material Specialties, Cadman Materials, Cascade Acoustics, Clima-Tech, Curtis Restaurant Equipment, Dallas Glass, DeaMor Associates, Ducharme, EC, Empire Painting, Farwest Steel Reinforcing, Fire Systems West, Floor Solutions, Frontier Door and Cabinet, General Tree, Glenco Creations, Goodfellow Bros., H2I Group, InsulPro Projects, Interior Technology, Interior/Exterior Specialist, JH Kelly, Klinger Masonry, McDonald & Wetle, Merit Contractors, MHW Savage Enterprises/Greenman Construction, Mobility Concepts, Nor-Pac Seating, Northwest School Equipment, Northwest Waterproofing, Nystrom, Olympian Precast, Pathway Design, Performance Contracting, Prestige Tile & Stone, Ramsay Signs, Skyline Sheet Metal, Southern Bleacher, Stagecraft Industries, Superior Interiors, Van Lom Concrete, Zochert Fence

The new Adrienne C. Nelson High School provides increased classroom space for students and creates equity with other district high schools.

The first step toward realizing the new school was executing the construction of Rock Creek Middle School, completed in 2010 with the intent to one day convert and expand into a high school. In 2016 this dream became a reality with a successful bond measure funding the 140,000-square-foot addition to the middle school that would create the new high school, named to honor the first Black woman appointed to the Oregon Supreme Court.

Along with increasing building energy efficiency and student safety, the design upgraded the middle school facility with all the requisite elements of a high school, including improved classroom technology infrastructure for STEM and vocational education programs.

A performing arts wing includes a black box theater and a 600-seat auditorium. The athletic wing provides a weight room, wrestling room, and new varsity gym alongside the renovated existing main gym. A two-story classroom wing adds 16 new classrooms, including two chemistry labs, and a career center and counseling center.

The 66-acre site features new exterior athletic facilities, including a football stadium and track with covered bleachers, a press box, and a varsity baseball field.

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