Southridge High School expansion
The Kennewick School District wrapped up a project to add 30,000 square feet of new classroom space and enhance athletic facilities at Southridge High School, 3520 Southridge Blvd., in August.
The addition added 12 classrooms for science and special education and a 3,200-square-foot weight training facility.
The $25 million project also resurfaced the track, added track storage and a bus loop, replaced the existing grass field with artificial turf and improved the HVAC system. The expansion boosts its capacity to serve up to 2,000 students.
Kennewick voters approved a $125 million bond in 2019 to replace Kennewick High School and expand Southridge, among other projects.
Ryan Jones, Kennewick’s capital projects manager, oversaw the work. The team included Alliance Management & Construction Solutions and Bouten Construction of Richland.
ALSC Architects was the architect.