Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor

Conception plan showing the concert hall located between the main building and the baseball field
Overhead conceptual plan showing the concert hall between the main building and baseball field
Conceptual drawing showing the split level floor plan, a large main floor with a smaller balcony

The new concert hall will accommodate approximately 750 seats and add classroom and instruction space to Inglemoor High School.

  • Project Forecast: $34.5 million (includes traffic circulation and vehicle queueing improvements)
  • Funded by: 2018 Bond*
  • Groundbreaking: September 2020
  • Est. Completion: Winter 2021/2022
  • Architect: Hutteball + Oremus

* The District anticipates additional funding assistance through the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s State School Construction Assistance Program.

Sustainable Features

The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor has a number of sustainable features that were included in the building design to support the District’s commitment to reducing its carbon footprint.

  • The design of a new two-story building will minimize the ground floor footprint to under 80% of total building area of Inglemoor High School.
  • Energy management systems will be installed to monitor the equipment energy use throughout the Concert Hall.
  • All interior adhesives, sealants, concrete sealers, carpet, interior paints and coatings, acoustical ceilings are specified as low-emitting products.
  • Water-efficient plumbing fixtures are being used, which will reduce water usage by at least 25 percent.
  • Lighting system will be designed such that zero direct-beam illumination leaves the building site.



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