Dec. 28, 2020
Photo 1: an aerial view of the back of the school, looking to the north.
Photo 2: crew members cut framing to size before installing each piece to the side of the building.
Photo 3: welders configure steel beams into a frame that will be placed on the side of the rooftop.
Photo 4: a view of continuing construction inside the learning street, looking to the east.
Photo 5: HVAC ductwork continues to be installed in the ceiling areas.
Dec. 22, 2020
Photo 1: roof panels are being installed above the classroom wing.
Photos 2 and 3: aerial views of the exterior show the progress of framing and sheathing installation.
Photo 4: a view of the learning street under construction, looking to the east; steps are starting to be installed on the main staircase.
Photo 5: viewing the first-floor classroom wing from the learning street.
Photo 6: the commons/cafeteria and kitchen areas under construction as viewed from the second floor.
Photo 7: the gym under construction; the stage and main offices lie beyond.
Dec. 14, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: steel beams for the staircases have been installed in the middle of the building.
Photo 3: in the first-floor classroom hallway, HVAC ductwork has been added to the plumbing conduit in the ceiling.
Photos 4 and 5: framing for walls and windows are completed on the south side of the building for the first- and second-floor classroom wings.
Photo 6: crew members attach framing pieces to the building exterior.
Photo 7: roof deck panels are affixed to the building's girders.
Dec. 7, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: concrete is being poured on the second-floor decking on the southwest side of the building.
Photos 3 and 4: roof panels are being added to the structure.
Photo 5: framing, plumbing and conduit installation continue on the first floor.
Photos 6 and 7: exterior sheathing continues to be installed. Photo 6 shows a view from the interior of second-floor classroom areas. Photo 7 shows a view of the northeast corner of the building
Nov. 30, 2020
Photos 1-3: sheathing is being applied to the exterior framing of the building; crew members cut pieces to fit around doors and windows.
Photo 4: window and wall frames are reflected in the wet second-floor concrete; this area comprises the classroom section.
Photo 5: a view of the learning street under construction, toward the east.
Photo 6: a view of the framing of the first-floor classrooms toward the southwest; conduit is being installed in the ceilings above.
Nov. 23, 2020
Photo 1: this aerial view shows the progress of structural construction so far.
Photo 2: external framing, starting in the northeast corner, includes spaces to install windows.
Photo 3: a view of the learning corridor to the west from the second floor; to the right is the gym and stage area and to the left are classroom spaces.
Photo 4: preparations continue toward another concrete pour of the second-floor decking
Photo 5: a view of the northwest corner of the building, where the main entry will be located.
Nov. 16, 2020
Photo 1: the final half of the second-floor decking is being installed; the concrete for the floor slab is expected to be poured after Thanksgiving.
Photo 2: a view from the second floor down the learning corridor to the east (the gym is on the left).
Photo 3: a crew member installs framing for the exterior wall of the building.
Photo 4: a crew member installs framing for the exterior wall of the building.
Photo 5: on the first floor, framing, plumbing and fire sprinkler pipe are being constructed.
Nov. 10, 2020 - Community Beam Installation
The beam signed by the community on Oct. 12, 13 and 15 is lifted, placed and welded to the entry area of the school building's structure. Although it will be eventually covered up as construction continues, the beam will lie overhead as visitors enter the building and will be an importance piece of the school's history.
Nov. 2, 2020
Photo 1: this aerial view shows the work done on the school building so far. Concrete has been poured on the second-floor decking on the southeast side of the building (bottom right).
Photo 2: a crew member secures a roof joist to the structural steel.
Photo 3: an aerial view of the site construction; the staff parking lot is at the top left and the play field is at the top right of the campus. Beyond are the homes in the Sunset Ridge development
Oct. 27, 2020
Photo 1: the sun was just starting to rise as work began for the day.
Photos 2-4: crew members smooth out fresh concrete on the second-floor decking as it continues to be poured in each section.
Photo 5: crew members installing a ceiling joist are silhouetted against the rising sun.
Oct. 23, 2020
Photo 1: the second-floor decking continues to be installed and prepared for next week's concrete pour.
Photo 2: roof trusses are also being installed between the structural steel.
Photo 3: this birds-eye view shows the construction of the school building so far.
Oct. 12-15: Beam Signing Ceremony
Martin Granum, School Board member, started the event with an acknowledgment recognizing the Atfalati indigenous peoples' land. School Board Chair Erika Lopez provided remarks about the significance of ES28 to the North Plains and district community, describing special features of ES28, which joins the existing North Plains Elementary in educating the city's students. City of North Plains Mayor Teri Lenahan highlighted some historic aspects of North Plains education, noted the partnership between the city and the district, and the importance of the new school to a modern education for our children.
Highlights from the community beam signing:
Oct. 13: Background of Potential Name
An update to the Board on the name finalist for ES28, "Atfalati Ridge," can be viewed on the Board's meeting video for the Oct. 13 work session.
David Harrelson, the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, speaks to the Board about the history and culture of the indigenous people of the area.
Daria Bingham, Title VII Native American Program Manager for the District, shares feedback from the Native American Parent Advisory Committe.
Casey Waletich, Chief Operations Officer, also provides information on the upcoming mascot selection process.
Oct. 6, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: decking has started to be installed between the first and second floors as welding continues on the structural steel beams.
Photo 3: the skeleton of the gym continues to be built out as more girders and seismic bracing are installed.
Photo 4: this aerial view shows construction progress so far. The area for the lighted, synethic turf field is to the left, the school building under construction in the middle, and the paved and striped staff parking lot is to the right.
Sept. 28, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: welders have started to secure the joint connections for the structural steel beams.
Photo 3: a crane stands ready to lift more steel girders for the building.
Sept. 21, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: steel trusses are being added to the top of the first-floor beams.
Photo 3: the concrete benches on the south side of the gym have been poured; the stage area is to the right.
Aug. 31, 2020
Photos 1-3: structural steel for the building is starting to be erected, with a crane raising up each beam to be assembled and affixed by crew members .
Photo 4: the concrete benches for the gym continue to be built up.
Photo 5: this aerial view show the site construction work so far.
Aug. 25, 2020
Photo 1: framing for a gym bench is nearly finished and ready for a concrete pour.
Photo 2: concrete for the stage area already has been poured.
Photo 3: utility connections stick up out of the building foundation.
Photo 4: structural steel (at bottom of photo) is ready to be installed for the building.
Aug. 17, 2020
Photo 1: framing for curbs continues around the play field.
Photo 2: forms are being constructed for a gym bench. To the left, concrete has been poured for the stage area.
Photo 3: this aerial view shows the foundation completely poured (middle), utility trenching (bottom left), and continued work on curbing the play field (right).
Aug. 12, 2020
Photo 1: fence posts have been installed around the play field.
Photo 2: crew members start building the frames for concrete curbs that will be poured around the fence posts.
Photo 3: the foundation is about 75% poured, with the remaining section ready for concrete.
Photo 4: this aerial view of the full site shows the progress to date.
Aug. 4, 2020
Photo 1: crew members install reinforcing bars (rebar) for the next concrete pour for the foundation.
Photo 2: this aerial view shows areas of concrete already poured for the foundation as other areas are prepared for future pours.
Photo 3: now that the staff parking lot is done (top left of site), grading work is starting on the turf and multi-purpose fields (right side).
July 20, 2020
Photo 1: utility conduits are being installed as part of foundation work.
Photo 2: curbing is complete in the staff parking lot.
Photo 3: site groundwork continues to build up the foundation and staff parking lot.
July 13, 2020
Photos 1-3: construction continues to build up the foundation footings, while curb has been poured for the staff parking lot and bus loading zone.
July 6, 2020
Photo 1: an aerial view shows work continuing to construct the building foundation as well as grading, at the upper left corner, of the area for the staff parking lot and bus loading zone.
Photo 2: trenching continues as foundation footings are being completed.
Photo 3: materials are being unloaded for the construction work.
June 30, 2020
Photo 1: utility pipes are being laid in the foundation trenches.
Photos 2-3: work continues to add to the foundation footings.
June 24, 2020
Photos 1-3: construction continues on the ES28 site with foundation work and utility trenching.
June 15, 2020
Cement is poured into the forms for footings in the next phase of foundation work, with crew members directing the pour and smoothing out the poured concrete.
June 8, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: aerial views of the current foundation work .
Photo 3: more forms are being constructed for concrete pours.
Photos 4-5: finished footings
June 3, 2020
Photos 1 and 2: aerial views of the foundation work and current footings that have been poured.
Photos 3-5: crew members at work on different areas of the foundation, prepping for next construction steps.
May 26, 2020
Foundation footings are more evident as the concrete forms continue to be framed and rebarred.
May 18, 2020
Framing of concrete forms, including placement of rebar, for the foundation are being built throughout the site as trenching for utility lines continues.
May 11, 2020
Trenches have been cut and frames are being built to prepare for concrete pours for the foundation.
May 4, 2020
The footprint of the building is becoming more evident as grading continues. Utility pipes await upcoming trenching and installation.
April 27, 2020
Grading continues as trucks bring in more gravel onto the ES28 building site.
April 22, 2020
Cement treatment has been applied and sand/gravel is being laid and graded on the area for the parent parking lot and the building.
April 13, 2020
Excavation has begun for the parent dropoff and parking lot, which will be followed by excavation for the building site and cement treatment.
April 6, 2020
The general contractor is starting preliminary site work, including surveying and preparing for erosion control, in the Sunset Ridge development location of the school. Mobilization of equipment, excavation, and grading will follow.
This aerial view is from the north facing south toward Hillsboro.
Dec. 4, 2018
View talking points and answers to frequently-asked questions regarding North Plains area enrollment growth and its impacts on the timing and construction of the new elementary school.
North Plains y la escuela primaria #28 - Informe actualizado sobre el proyecto de construcción del bono: puntos de discusión y preguntas frequentes.