Hazen High School

case study

Hazen High School involved a 28,000 SF addition and 18,000 SF modernization of the existing high school in the city of Renton, WA.

Client:  Renton School District

Architect:  DLR Group

Contract Size: $8,874,000.

Square Footage: 46,000 (Combined)

Completed: 2012

Building Materials: Steel Framed Structure


This project was very difficult as the district was growing quite rapidly and Hazen was fully occupied during construction. Jody Miller Construction had to keep the existing school fully functional throughout construction yet provide an efficient jobsite to facilitate construction. The project used unique colors and building materials to provide a function clearing atmosphere for the students. Ground and polished concrete and fiberglass panels enclose the elevator shaft which gives a custom look to a common feature.