Lincoln Phase II

Lincoln High School Modernization Project, Phase II

graphic showing project phases; with we are here in construction box see timeline below


  • Predesign phase complete, both phases
  • Schematic Design phase complete both phases
  • Design Development complete for both phases
  • Construction Documents and Permitting phase in progress: Phase 2B
  • Bid and Award Contracts: Phase 2A complete; Phase 2B in progress
  • Construction: Phase 2A in progress; Phase 2B starts November 2021
  • Project areas open Fall 2022

Recent Progress

Progress updates are posted for the previous month the week after the monthly BEX and BTA Capital Levies Oversight Committee meetings. These meetings typically take place on the first Friday of each month.

Major Activity in October 2021

Phase 2A

  • Continued construction

Phase 2B

  • Completed bidding process

Major Activity Planned for November 2021

Phase 2A

  • Continue construction

Phase 2B

  • Receive building permit
  • Start abatement and demolition

About the Project

This project is the second part of the Lincoln High School modernization project. It includes voluntary seismic improvements to the east buildings on the campus, added in 1959. It also includes improvements to the gymnasium, performing arts center/auditorium, and Career & Technical Education classroom.

The first part of the Lincoln modernization was completed in 2019, allowing the school to open as a new attendance area high school in Fall 2019.

There are two phases to this project. 

Phase 2A: Gymnasium 

  • Voluntary seismic upgrades
  • ADA-compliant accessibility upgrades
  • Locker room renovation
  • Roof replacement

Phase 2B: Auditorium, Performing Arts Center, and CTE

  • Voluntary seismic upgrades
  • ADA-compliant accessibility upgrades
  • Interior upgrades
  • Roof replacement

Students, school leadership, and teachers participated in the schematic design process for phases 2A and 2B. 

Design : Mahlum Architects

Construction : Lydig Construction

Construction Management: CBRE Heery, Inc.

Project Budget: $29.0M

Funding Source: Funded by the Building Excellence V (BEX V) Capital Levy, approved by Seattle voters in 2019.

Contact Us

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CBRE Heery Senior Project Manager: Jennifer Everett,

Lincoln High School
4400 Interlake Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98103


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