International School of Beaverton

In two phases, Lewis converted an existing elementary school into the International School of Beaverton over the course of 15 months. Phase I involved the addition of 25,000 square feet to house a new cafeteria/commons area, a kitchen sized to serve 1200 students, new administrative offices and support, health rooms, study/testing areas, and conference rooms. In this phase Lewis also completely replaced the existing parking lot and incorporated new underground utilities and associated sitework. Phase II included a remodel of the existing media center, transformation of the cafeteria into an art classroom, additions of locker rooms, a new exterior kiln, upgrades to hallways and classrooms, and conversion of various interior spaces into middle school curricular space, including science labs. The majority of the work was completed while the school remained occupied.

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Location:

Beaverton, Oregon

Client:

Beaverton School District

Architect:

Fletcher Farr Ayotte