“Wow, don’t blink!” Tweeted Highline Public Schools about a new time-lapse video they released this week, showing the progress on construction of the new Highline High School in Burien.
Cost of the demolition and reconstruction of the school is over $148 million dollars, with Skansa as the General Contractor/Construction Manager.
The new campus is projected to open in the fall of 2021. In the meantime, students are attending the temporary school at the Olympic Interim site.
The district says that the video below shows three weeks of construction work in just 10 seconds:
Wow, don't blink! Speedy steelworkers and a giant crane are busy building the new @Highlinepirates school. See 3 weeks of construction in 10 seconds. Thanks, @SkanskaUSA #highlinebuilds pic.twitter.com/Jv6sFUyk4g
— Highline Schools (@HighlineSchools) December 4, 2019
More info here: https://www.highlineschools.org/departments/school-construction