Design teams will shape new buildings for North Eugene High School and Edison Elementary School
Three of the district’s aging school buildings will be rebuilt in the next few years, thanks to voters’ approval of the school bond measure in November 2018. The new buildings will be high-quality facilities built for school safety, modern seismic standards, sustainability, and 21st century education.
Architect teams have been selected to design the first two new school buildings:
North Eugene High School
Rowell Brokaw Architects (Eugene) / Opsis Architecture (Portland)
Edison Elementary School
Mahlum Architects (Portland) / Robertson Sherwood Architects (Eugene)
Architects for the new Camas Ridge Elementary School will be selected later.
The teams that won these design services contracts are highly qualified and experienced architects, passionate about school design for 21st century learning and the opportunity to contribute to our community. They will provide architectural, engineering and other consulting services for the design of the new buildings.