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The Birney Elementary School Replacement Project has reached the schematic design stage where McGranahan Architects have put forth design concepts from their work with the Birney Design Advisory Committee (a team of Birney teachers, administrators and parents). This design incorporates key characteristics the committee chose for the project.
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Birney Elementary is home to three Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs for preschool through fifth grade. Birney also offers a special education program and HeadStart preschool. Birney currently serves approximately 470 students in Tacoma's South End. The current building was built in 1962, with the addition of a gymnasium and resource room in 1972.
Students will remain on site during construction.
Student capacity: 450-500 studentsProjected budget: $30 million Architect: McGranahan Architects Design: September 2016 - March 2018 Contractor: TBD (selection expected in spring 2018)Construction: June 2018 - August 2019 Expected opening: Fall 2019
This project is funded by the $500 million school construction bond voters passed in 2013.
This is where the architect and project manager will work closely with Birney teachers and other TPS departments and stakeholders to refine the design and ensure the eventual finalized design meets the real-life needs of the community. This phase also includes integrating the design of mechanical, electrical and structural systems with the whole project. Design development typically takes about 4 months.
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