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Capital Projects and Planning


Facilities Condition Assessment 2014

Facilities Condition Assessment 2014 Frequently Asked Questions

Capital Project Site Map

Boren Building News

Air Quality at John Marshall School

School Design Advisory Team (SDAT) for BEX IV Projects

Capital Programs Annual Report April 2014

Capital Programs Annual Report April 2013


Delivering BEX IV K-5 Capacity in Northeast Seattle

I.  Summary of Options and Recommendations

II. Comparison of Cedar Park and Lake City Sites: Delivering of 400 K-5 seats

III. Reports from Study and Analysis of Three Options as Alternatives to Current Plan to Construct 650-seat New Northeast Elementary School


Intermediate Term Capacity Management (ITCM) Frequently Asked Questions
 

Overview


We strive to make the school buildings a healthy, safe and secure physical environment for learning.  We do this by creating effective learning spaces and improving the function of each school. Department staff members ensure that we provide construction services effectively and efficiently. 

Goals


Our Department goals align with the Seattle Public Schools mission – Excellence For All, particularly “Creating an infrastructure that works well”.  These primary goals include:

  • Strengthen and streamline capital project management
  • Wisely manage the use of building capacity
  • Enhance cost-effective use of capital resources

Current Initiatives


We are always partnering with other departments to meet District goals. Some of our larger initiatives, which are directly related to our primary goals, include:

  • Building Excellence IV Program, a six-year, $694.9 million levy that replaces/renovates/builds 16 schools
  • Buildings, Technology, and Academics III Program, a six-year, $270 million levy providing funds for repairs and upgrades that will be made to roofs, life safety and mechanical systems, science facilities, technology, and opening five buildings
  • Launch the Strategic Infrastructure and Maintenance Initiative (SIMI)
  • Build an Asset Preservation System

Accomplishments


We are proud to see principals, teachers, and students using newly renovated or constructed buildings and new systems to enrich the learning experience.  A few of our most recent accomplishments include:

  • Opening of newly renovated Fairmount Park Elementary School and the John Marshall Building (interim site for Hazel Wolf K-8)
  • Repurposing the Jane Addams Building to open in Sept. 2014 as Jane Addams Middle School
  • Receiving $14 million in grants for school energy capital improvements from the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Department of Commerce

Resources


Capital Projects and Planning Department provides services and programs to support the District mission. Contacts for these services are listed below:

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