Bremik Construction and Mahlum Architects expanded and remodeled the existing Canby High School. This project included the relocation of campus mechanical, electrical, and plumping (MEP) systems, remodels to three campus buildings, and construction of a new storage building for the athletics department.
Construction on Canby High School began with a summer sprint to relocate the campus’ main MEP systems. Concurrently, a 50,000 sf wing was built to modernized science and general education classrooms, meeting rooms, shared learning spaces, and a common area. Additionally, remodels were completed to the fine arts center, CTE/ATC building, and field building. The remodeled buildings received renovated restrooms, roof repair/replacements, seismic upgrades, and various mechanical, electrical, and low voltage upgrades. Finally, a new, 1,500 sf pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) was constructed for storage of athletic equipment.
Work occurred near operating buildings and paths of egress, which required detailed logistic plans and safety measures for working safely with students and staff.