IN THE MEDIA
AUG
2017
Seattle’s Lincoln High to reopen 38 years after closing

Steven Moore, a senior project manager focused on the management of planning, design and construction projects for K-12 schools, speaks on the restoration of Seattle’s Lincoln High School in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce’s School Construction Special. Originally built in 1906, the school served Seattle for 75 years before closing in 1981. Heery is managing the project, balancing the preservation of the architectural history and characteristics with the need for a modern school. Click to view the full article.