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Wilburton Instructional Service Center Construction Project

 

              

 

About The Project

The WISC project involves the demolition of an existing 4,500 sq.ft. building to make way for a new 8,500 sq.ft. central District training and conference facility. The remaining five buildings on the site are undergoing tenant improvement to update interior spaces and systems to extend the useful life of the facility. 
 
As part of the project, the various departments that are housed at WISC will be shifting to new locations on campus making it easier to find everyday services. In the spring of 2008 the Help Desk moved from its old location in the back of the campus to the front of the campus to allow for easier parking and access. 
 
The WISC project also expands the Bellevue School District Data Center footprint. The current Data Center facility for the District is at capacity. This new space allows the District to grow to meet the technology needs of our instructional programs for years to come.

 
Architect

NAC | Architecture - Seattle, WA

Contractor

Kassel Construction - Redmond, WA

Total Project Budget

$10.5 million

Photos

 

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The Bellevue School District is committed to providing equal opportunities for all person without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, sex, or other extraneous factors.  Questions regarding this policy or procedures may be directed to the district Title IX Officer and Section 504/ADA Coordinator.