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WA School for the Deaf

Location: Washington

WA School for the Deaf

HDJ (now a division of PBS) provided services for three phases of design for this multi-building campus located in Vancouver, Washington.

Phase I consisted of providing a feasibility study for the master plan of the campus. As part of this phase, the firm also provided engineering design services for the development of the master plan and the land use permitting process.

Phase II consisted of the construction of the two-story Oliver Kastel Building. This phase also included the construction of an asphalt parking lot and half of a sports field, along with the redevelopment of campus walkways.

Phase III consisted of the construction of a one-story gymnasium of 21,300-sq. ft. in size, along with the new gymnasium, an expansion of the parking lot and a sports field. In addition to providing civil engineering design, HDJ also was responsible for the site landscape improvements which included irrigation and landscape design.

Scope of Services:

  • Feasibility Study & Land Use Planning
  • Engineering Design
  • Permitting
  • Facility, Sports Field, & Parking Expansion
  • Landscape Architecture

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