On September 6, Arbor Heights Elementary students, parents and staff celebrated the opening of the new 89,000 SF state-of-the-art West Seattle E-STEM school. Heery's Tim Ausink, Construction Manager for the project spoke with Western Washington's K5 News about the innovative features of the new building.
The new Arbor Heights can accommodate up to 660 students from kindergarten through fifth-grade. It features a new program focused on environmental science, technology, engineering and math (E-STEM).
Watch and read the full interview here.