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The existing building – a former bank – consisted of a large open work space surrounded by offices and support at the building perimeter. HKP was tasked with reconfiguring the building into an inspiring and functional Early Learning Center on a limited budget. The approach was to identify the existing spaces and utilities that could […]

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June 28th, 2021

HKP Architects worked with Skagit/Islands Head Start on reimagining an existing two-story office building as the new Oak Harbor Head Start Early Learning Center. The project consists of a 5,535 SF first floor that accommodates Classrooms, Controlled Entry, Offices, Restrooms, and Kitchen. A 1,441 SF second floor consists of a Staff  Lounge and additional Staff […]

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June 28th, 2021

HKP architects designed a locker room renovation for Turnbull Gym on Friday Harbor High School’s campus. The renovation to the 1980 gym provides new locker and shower spaces suited for both PE and varsity sports use. The Renovation also provides office space and a training room for future sports medicine programs.

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January 30th, 2017

Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2012, the Mount Vernon Gymnasium is known to many around the state as one of the classic high school gym environments. This project completely modernized the building, including improvements to fire sprinklers, seismic protection, roofing, electric and mechanical systems, and accessibility features, while maintaining the character and feel of the […]

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February 5th, 2015

The first new building on the High School campus in nearly 20 years, the New Main Classroom Building provides 114,000 sq. ft. of new instructional and support spaces including Band and Choir rooms, Commons, Cafeteria, Kitchen, Science Labs, General Classrooms, Computer Labs, Library, Consumer Science Labs and faculty offices.

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February 5th, 2015

Burlington-Edison High School Campus was a collection of school buildings erected over a 30-year period. The individual buildings were of different styles and quality of construction. HKP recommended that existing buildings in good condition be kept while others demolished. The new three story building houses a library, general classrooms, science laboratories, counseling center and computer […]

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February 5th, 2015

A new 650-student K-8 School, located adjacent to where its original namesake once stood. The original Lucille Umbarger School was demolished due revised flood plain boundaries. The new school sits above the flood plain, is two stories in height, and contains classrooms, a computer lab, an art room, a library, and two fully-equipped Science classrooms. […]

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February 5th, 2015

This project consisted of a swimming pool addition to a high school on the National Historic Register and the renovation of an existing gymnasium and forecourt. A site below street level was chosen for the pool, creating a pedestrian connection to adjacent school buildings preserving the integrity of the Historic Building. During construction, it was […]

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February 5th, 2015

In an innovative approach to site usage, this design places the Middle School and Elementary School at opposite ends of the site. Between the two buildings is Cascade Commons, housing uses common to both school structures. HKP designed both the Mount Baker Middle School and Cascade Commons. For the Mount Baker Middle School, educational criteria […]

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February 5th, 2015