Since October of 2014, Garco Construction has been hard at work transforming the new Pullman High School from rendering to reality. This complex $51 million dollar project encompasses the full construction spectrum ranging from demolition, renovation and expansive new building additions. In total, the new main building provides over 200,000SF of technology-packed space for staff, students and community.  Portions of the old building that were remodeled and incorporated into new facility include the field house/locker room building adjacent to the football field (Building K), gymnasium/locker room in the center of the main structure (Area C) and the metal shop at the north end of the project (Area G). While working our way through the four site phases and eight building phases, we also had the added challenge of maintaining a fully operational and occupied high school for the duration of the project. Through strategic planning and a joint effort with NAC architecture, Pullman School District (PSD), and the City of Pullman we were able to accomplish the end goal seamlessly. Pullman High School was turned over substantially complete May 19th, 2017 as scheduled.

Photography Courtesy of Ben Benschneider