Other Projects

  • HM Jackson HS Synthetic Turf Field

    This project includes installation of new synthetic turf at the existing football fields at Cascade HS and Jackson HS, including new drainage and irrigation/wash-down systems.
     
      Location   HM Jackson HS – 1508 136th Street SE, Mill Creek, WA 98012
      Architect   D.A. Hogan & Associates
      Contractor   Premier Field Development, Inc.
      Estimated project cost   $1,450,000
      Estimated completion
      September 2017
      Funding source   State Construction Assistance Program
     
    Project update as of May 18, 2017
    The projects received approval to bid on April 11, 2017. On May 9, 2017 bids were received for the HM Jackson project. The apparent low bidder was Premier Field Development, Inc. at $1,270,879 for the base bid and alternate #1.the project is going to the board for bid award on May 23, 2017.
     

    Cascade HS Synthetic Turf Field

    This project includes installation of new synthetic turf at the existing football fields at Cascade HS and Jackson HS, including new drainage and irrigation/wash-down systems.
     
      Location
    Cascade HS – 801 E. Casino Road, Everett, WA 98203
      Architect   D.A. Hogan & Associates
      Contractor   TBD
      Estimated project cost   $1,625,000
      Estimated completion
      September 2017
      Funding source   non-bond, non-levy
     
    Project update as of May 18, 2017 
    The projects received approval to bid on April 11, 2017. The design team continues to work with the City of Everett to determine the design and engineering requirements for code related drainage issues. Cascade HS project advertised for bids on May 9 & 16. The Cascade walk through was held on May 16, 2017. Bids for this project are due on May 23, 2017
     
     
     

    Stadium Reader Board and CRC Exterior Signage

    Installation of a new reader board at Everett memorial stadium to replace the outdated reader board in front of the stadium at 3830 Broadway Ave, Everett, WA, which is deteriorated and non-functional. Also included are two new exterior illuminated building signs at the district’s Community Resource Center, 3900 Broadway Ave, Everett WA.
     
      Location   3830 & 3900 Broadway Ave, Everett, WA 98201
      Architect   Dykeman
      Contractor   Stadium Reader Board - Daktronics
    CRC Exterior Signage - TBD
      Estimated project cost   $250,000
      Estimated completion
      September 2017
      Funding source   Rent, Miscellaneous
     
    Project update as of June 7, 2017 
    The city of Everett did not receive any public comments on the use permit. We are currently in a 14-day mandatory appeal process. We except to submit for permits end of June.
     
     

    Longfellow Site Redevelopment 

    This project includes demolition of the Longfellow and Annex buildings located at the north end of Everett Memorial Stadium, and redevelopment of the site into new parking areas for school and community use. The Longfellow building was built in 1911 and the annex was constructed in 1956, and expert analysis has shown they would be too expensive to upgrade and maintain in the long term. Leading up to this point, the district has already completed an extensive real estate marketing effort in an unsuccessful attempt to locate a prospective purchaser of these buildings with the financial backing to complete a purchase and sale, or lease, of the property. Before proceeding with demolition, the district is required to perform an environmental review and to document the historical character of these buildings.
     
      Location   3715 Oakes Ave, Everett, WA 98201
      Architect   Botesch, Nash and Hall Architects
      Contractor   TBD
      Estimated project cost   $750,000
      Estimated completion
      Summer 2017
      Funding source   Rent, miscellaneous
     
    Project update as of June 5, 2017
    The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) process is complete. The final Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS) issued on April 12, 2017. The board approved the call for bids on this project at the May 9 board meeting. The project is on hold due to the current negotiations with EMOH.

    The district received a letter of interest (LOI) from the Everett Museum of History (EMOH) to purchase the Longfellow Building and Annex. The LOI meets the minimum response requirements established previously by the district. The purchase price offered by the EMOH is $2,000,000. The district has entered into a process to negotiate the terms and conditions for the potential sale.
     
    SEPA Notification:
     

    174th Street SE Site Purchase

    Purchase property adjacent to the 180th St. SE Site to accommodate a roadway to the north (access to 174th St SE) and athletic fields for a future high school.
     
      Location   4328 & 4400 174th St. SE, Bothell, WA 98012
    Varies
      Real Estate Consultant   TBD
      Consultants – Land Use   Brent Planning Solutions
      Estimated project cost  
    $3,750,000
    $1,220,000 – Accepted offer
    $1,040,000 - Pending offer 
      Estimated completion
      May, 2017
      Funding source   Rent, miscellaneous
     
    Project update as of June 5, 2017
    The residential structures and out buildings will be demolished to make way for a new drive for Elementary #18.

    The district continues to negotiate the purchase of additional properties along 174th St SE. The district has obtained updated appraisals on the remaining four properties. The district has agreed on a purchase price for one of the properties. The Feasibility Study began on April 12, 2017. Brent Planning Solutions is conducting the Feasibility Study.