ORA has worked on many school projects for districts all throughout the Puget Sound including: Seattle Public Schools, Renton School District, Auburn School District, Bellevue School District, and many more.
We also have a long working relationship with University of Washington and Highline College. Whether your project is lower or higher education, public or private, we have the experience and skills you’re looking for.
Scroll below to see some of our recent education work.
ORA understands the specific requirements of school projects. Often, they are working on tight schedules with strict deadlines. School projects can also be occurring while students and faculty are still on site, requiring a high level of professionalism from everyone – installers to inspectors.
The staff at ORA are great communicators and strong team players, perfect for your next school construction project.
Browns Point Elementary School
Tacoma, WA // 2019
This $38.6 million project involved construction of a new, two-story, 56,00-square-foot elementary school designed for 550 students.
Ingraham High School Addition
Seattle, WA // 2019
This $40.8 million project provided much needed updates to the original school building, including new theater, gym, and tennis courts, as well as upgrades to the internal systems.
Olympic Middle School Reconstruction
Auburn, WA // 2020
This $53.7 million project involved construction of a new, two-story, 105,000-square-foot middle school.
Highline College B-26 Renovation – Health and Life Sciences Building
Des Moines, WA // 2019
This $30 million project involved a comprehensive interior remodel, a new addition, and site improvements to the existing concrete masonry structure.
New Burke Museum at University of Washington
Seattle, WA // 2018
This project involved the construction of a new museum building just to the west of the existing building in an existing parking lot and landscape area.
“Working with ORA was straightforward, easy, and concise. I thought the Cost & Time Summary worksheet was very helpful.“
Brian F., Seattle Public Schools