Tigard High School Modernization – Phase 1 & 2
Building off an “under construction” tour of this site last year, this tour will provide an update on the progress made on the Tigard High School project. We will tour the completed Phase 1, including new administration offices, classrooms, commons, and kitchen/servery. Phase 2 will be in construction, and includes new athletics facilities, auxiliary gym, and weight/fitness rooms. The tour last year focused on construction phasing, student safety and logistics, along with a preview of the learning spaces in construction. This tour will build on those considerations, but we will also have a focused discussion about the kitchen/servery. Webb Food Service Design, along with Bassetti Architects, will give a presentation about the principles of good food service design. We will take tour participants through the recently completed kitchen/servery, adjacent to the new commons, to show how these principles were applied.
- Architect: Bassetti Architects
- Structural Engineer: Catena Consulting Engineers
- Civil Engineer: Cardno
- Landscape Architect: Cardno
- Mechanical Engineer: Glumac
- Electrical Engineer: Glumac
- Specialized Consultants (Acoustical, Lighting, Theater, Cost, Value Analysis): Webb Food Service Design (Food Service), The Greenbusch Group (Acoustics), Construction Focus (Cost)
- General Contractor: Pence Construction
About Association for Learning Environments
The Association for Learning Environments is a professional 501 (c)(3) non-profit association whose sole mission is improving the places where children learn.
The Association for Learning Environments believes that:
- Facilities impact the learning, development and behavior of the facility user;
- The planning process is essential for quality facilities;
- Sharing and networking improves the planning process; and
- There is a standard by which to measure.
The Association for Learning Environments was first established in 1921 as the National Council on Schoolhouse Construction (NCSC) then becoming Council of Education Facility Planners International (CEFPI) in 1971. It took its current name in 2015.
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