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Kennewick High School

The Kennewick School District completed a $109.5 million project to replace Kennewick High School with a modern, two-story building that can serve up to 2,000 students. The project, funded from the district’s 2019 voter-approved bond and state funds, consolidates the school in a single 292,000-square-foot high school. The project incorporated the existing Lions’ Den Gym and remodeled auditorium into the new design while retiring the original school, built in the 1950s.
KENNEWICK, WA
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Daily Journal of Commerce

Krebs joins Wenaha Group as project manager

Wenaha Group has hired Taylor Krebs as a project manager in its Portland office. With an architecture background and experience with K-12 education projects, she will provide clients in the Portland area with an invaluable perspective on project management. After receiving bachelor’s degrees in both architecture and art history from the University of San Diego, Krebs started her career with Seattle Public Schools. She spent several years in project management, working across 63 of the district’s centrally-located properties. Krebs then transitioned to an architecture firm, where she continued her work in K-12 and commercial architecture and completed her professional internship.
PORTLAND, OR
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