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School Tour and Dinner Program November 2nd 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Mead School District, Union Stadium, Creekside Elementary, & Transportation Facility.
Creekside Elementary School, Mead School District
The new Creekside Elementary School was designed to reflect the values of Mead School District as well as the character of the neighborhood. The use of brick and glass provide a timeless character and emphasize the school’s importance as a civic and public building for the community.
The administration area is located adjacent to the main entry and is configured to provide optimum site visibility and security at the entry. The internal circulation pattern for the building is organized in a “W” shape. The public corridor is oriented along the north-south axis which serves as the spine of the building on both floors. Common use spaces are arranged directly off the spine with Administration, Music, Multi-purpose, and Gymnasium on the first floor and Library on the second. Classroom wings are arranged by grade, with breakout spaces at each level of the wings. Security doors provide separation for the classroom wings during after-hours activities and events.
The site has been designed with student safety in mind, providing separation between the bus and parent drop-off areas.
Project SF: 66,000 SF Date of Completion: July 2020
Construction Cost: $19.8 Million
Architect of Record:
Union Stadium, Mead School District
The new 4,500 seat Union Station provides a home for Mt. Spokane and Mead High School's home football games and soccer matches. The stadium also serves as performance and practice facilities for Mead School District’s award-winning marching band programs.
Several factors contributed to the overall orientation of the buildings, stadium, and site parking. The guiding influence of the location and orientation of parking was to utilize the existing parking area to the maximum extent possible. The parking accommodates efficient and clearly understood access to and from the site for large performing arts, community, and athletic events.
Project SF: N/A
Date of Completion: July 2020
Construction Cost: $19.7 Million
Mead School District Transportation Facility
The new Mead School District Transportation Facility includes a 23,500 square foot building, along with an additional 25,000 square feet of outdoor covered area.
Shop services area feature maintenance bays (8 bus, 2 vehicle), fabrication area, shop foreman office, fluids room, parts room, tools room, toilet/locker facilities, break room, interior wash bay, exterior rinse area, exterior tire storage. Driver Support space include training office, restrooms, storage room and work area. The Administrative suite includes reception/waiting area, offices, work room, storage room and training conference room.
Bus fleet parking is located to the south of the building, with employee parking to the west. The bus fleet is partially covered by canopies to protect them from inclement weather and provide electrical connection for engine block heaters.
Project SF: 23,500
Date of Completion: September 2019
Construction Cost: $8.1 Million
Facility Tour Information
Attendees will assemble on the sideline at the 50 yard line of Union Stadium between 3:45 – 4:00pm, where they will be addressed by Mead School District and the project designer. Then they will split into guided tours through the stadium to Creekside ES. The tour will include will include primary public areas including lobby spaces, library, classrooms, and outdoor learning and social spaces. Participants will walk from the tour to the district Transportation facility across the street at 12304 N Market St, Mead, WA 99021. Dinner will be provided via food truck with the program to follow.
Our program will feature representatives from OSPI, Washington State Department of Commerce, and Avista Utilities. The participants will provide a short overview of Washington State’s HB1257 Clean Buildings Standard and then engage in a panel discussion to include funding, implementation, reporting processes, and future goals of the program. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A for attendees to ask the panelists additional questions.
4:00 – 5:15 pm Tour
5:15 – 5:45 pm Dinner & Networking
5:45 – 7:00pm Program
T: (509) 276-7341 PO Box #1955
E: firstname.lastname@example.org Deer Park, WA 99006
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