The Kennewick School District expects to complete major improvements to Kamiakin High School, 600 N. Arthur St., in July.
The $17 million project was paid with proceeds of a bond authorized by voters in 2019.
The project added 12 classrooms for special education, science, and career and technical education, bringing the school’s capacity to 2,000 students.
The project includes added parking lot space and athletic field improvements, including a new track with artificial field turf infield for soccer and football, and replacing old tennis courts with eight new ones.
Ryan Jones, the Kennewick School District’s capital projects manager, and Dustin Fisk, its project coordinator, led the work.
The team included NAC Architecture, Alliance Management & Construction Solutions and Banlin Construction.
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