The Northshore Concert Hall at Inglemoor project is beginning to transform. Within the last week, the team received the land use permit and fencing is beginning to be placed around the project.
To acquire the land use permit, the construction team had to make some adjustments due to stormwater. To meet the city’s requirements for stormwater, two stormwater detention tanks will be placed beneath the current location of two of the school’s existing tennis courts. As a result, the project will include rebuilding all six of the school’s tennis courts to an area between the baseball and softball fields. This will be a more stable location and easier to maintain. To note, the 2018 bond included repairing or replacing Inglemoor’s tennis courts. Although this work wasn’t anticipated to be part of the Concert Hall project, it was expected to be completed about a year after the Concert Hall concluded.
Additionally, the project’s general contractor completed the bidding process for subcontractors and the project’s Maximum Allowable Construction Cost (MACC) was approved by the Northshore School Board at its Aug. 24 meeting.
The project team is in the process of mobilizing the site for groundbreaking. All permits for the project are expected to be received by the end of September. More information will be shared soon with the community about a virtual groundbreaking event.
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.