CPP at North Queen Anne
Cascade Parent Partnership at North Queen Anne School
Upgrade existing school building to better meet the needs of Cascade Parent Partnership.
Cascade Parent Partnership has reloacted to the interim site at John Marshall School, 520 NE Ravenna Blvd.
Construction start: Fall 2021
Expected completion: Summer 2023
School reopens: September 2023
- Began interior framing
- Completed masonry repairs at all masonry openings
- Began insulation installation
Project Progress Photos
About the Project
The North Queen Anne School building is undergoing upgrades to better meet the needs of Cascade Parent Partnership.
Work includes seismic upgrades for earthquake safety, expansion of the fire sprinklers and fire alarm system to connect the whole building, heating and ventilation system replacement, and electrical system upgrades. Interior floors, ceilings, and casework will be replaced.
Existing program spaces will be reconfigured and upgraded. Exterior doors will be added to the arts classroom and science classroom to provide access to outdoor areas for classroom projects. This the school administration area will be moved next to the main entrance. A new window will provide visibility to the entrance and parking lot. The commons/lunchroom space will have moveable glass walls that can open to the corridor — providing both natural light and the ability to enlarge the space for school gatherings.
Project Design: Studio Meng Strazzara
Contractor: Optimus Construction
Project Budget: $8.14 million
Funding sources: Funded by the Building Excellence V (Building Excellence Capital Levy provides resources for school construction, renovations, and additions. V) Capital Levy, approved by Seattle voters in 2019, and the Buildings, Technology, and Academics/Athletics IV (Building Renovations, Technology and Academic/Athletics Levy provides resources for seismic improvements, roof IV) Capital Levy, approved by voters in 2016.
Project Manager: Mark Emelko, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-252-0670