The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor completed design development and the environmental review in October.
As part of the environmental review, the project underwent the Washington Sustainable Schools Protocol. The project scored an 82, qualifying it as a Washington Sustainable School. Some of the parts of the project that contribute to this recognition include the materials for the interior and exterior pallets, the way steel, wood and glass is sourced for the project, the HVAC system and the use of environmental resources on the site.
The project is now moving into the construction document phase, which will outline exactly how the building will be constructed. This is when the project plans move to a high level of detail, including specifications for every wall that will be constructed, door hardware, and where light fixtures will be placed. Once construction documents are close to completion the team will begin the permitting process, which is expected to commence in January.
This project was made possible by the generous support of Northshore voters, who approved the 2018 bond.
Continue to follow the school’s progress by visiting our construction page.