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KING5 coverage (3/13/17): Renovated Middle School reopens in Tacoma
The News Tribune (3/12/17): Welcome back, Stewart. Remodeled Tacoma middle school resumes its spot at the heart of the community
The News Tribune (2/13/17): Opening day comes early for remodeled Stewart Middle School
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Middle School was originally constructed in 1924 in Tacoma, Washington, for Tacoma
Public Schools. The newly modernized school is designed to house 650 students in a 125,000-square-foot two-story building with an additional
full basement floor.
Early completion of the Stewart Middle School modernization project allows students to end their cross-town commute to the old Hunt Middle School -- affectionately referred to as "Camp Hunt" -- 6 months early. The historic Stewart, 5010 Pacific Ave., reopens to students on Monday, March 13. Staff and students have been at the Hunt transition site since September 2015. Read more in the news release.
Middle School, which has historical designations from both from the
city of Tacoma and Washington state, is being preserved in a $66 million
project. This is the first significant renovation in the building’s
history. Demolition of the 1970s structure made space for a new
gymnasium and student courtyard at the southwest corner of the historic
1924-era building. The former building housed 532 students in sixth
through eighth grade. The newly modernized school is designed to house up to 750 students in a 120,000-square-foot, three-story configuration. The
school is scheduled to open in September 2017 and Skanska USA crews gave
us exclusive access into the construction site to get a glimpse of the
progress so far.
November 13, 2014, the executive director of Planning & Construction from Tacoma Public Schools and Bassetti Architects presented the preliminary designs for the modernized Stewart Middle School to members of the Tacoma School Board. Click the image, or title, to get a glimpse of the new design.
Stewart MS: Part of Tacoma’s record building boom
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