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Full Circle at LWES

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Vote Early & Often!

Yet More News from the Sky

More Notes from Above

Obliteriders – Team Kenny Sponsored by FORMA

Bird’s Eye View

Have you ever wanted to tear down your High School?

Progress at the Zoo

Take a Peek Over our Fences

AHS Neighborhood Construction Update

FS21 Y’All

FS20 is Officially Excellent

UW Tower Renovation Recognized

Anacortes is Calling

Ground Breakings & Project Notes

So You Want to be a Contractor?

Bricks on Bricks

Breaking Ground in Silverdale

Reviving the Percival Creek Footbridge

Group Practice Design of the Year

Tonight’s the Night!

AHS Veterans Memorial Dedication

For Your Viewing Pleasure

Are You on Instagram Yet?

“I just love it. It’s just amazing.”

Good News for Labor Day

Schools on Schools

#SDF2016

Fire Wolves & Other News

Summer in the City

ATC is Gold

Rice Field Deep Dive

Happy Anniversary

AHS Groundbreaking

LWES Groundbreaking

Certified Healthcare Constructor

Building at the PSSC

Another “W”

Open House this Thursday

Tis the Season

We are the Champion

Celebrating the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center

It’s Official

Headed to Anacortes

Chopper on the Jobsite – No Big Deal

Project of the Week

Possible Change of Plans for Lake Wilderness

September 2015 - Citizen-led Bond Oversight Committee votes its Unanimous Support for a new Lake Wilderness Elementary School Campus 

With the community stamp of approval affixed, the Tahoma School Board is currently considering an alternative to extensive, campus-wide modernizations and additions at the fully occupied Lake Wilderness Elementary--the largest elementary school in the state. In collaboration with our GC/CM team members TCF Architecture and OAC Services, it looks like we could now be replacing the Maple Valley School with an entirely new campus, and completing work earlier than originally planned.

Exciting news, but we're ready to get started either way. Click here for the full article in Tahoma Matters.