Lake Stickney Elementary School1625 Madison Way
Lynnwood, WA 98087
Design Achievement - Responding to substantial densification and growth of student enrollment in the Mukilteo School District, the new Lake Stickney Elementary School redevelops the site of a former elementary school into a new school sized to hold approximately 650 K-5 students. DLR Group’s design focuses on seamless site integration, allowing the new elementary school to fit within the fabric of the neighborhood and provide valuable public resources. The facility responds to carefully zoned public and private spaces, unfolding from the community-focused “living room.” It is highly probable that this school will become a focal point of the surrounding neighborhood, providing meeting and assembly resources for community groups, and as such, has been built in a way that will allow for those activities after hours.
Scope Summary - Sustainably designed to meet the 2030 Challenge to reduce energy demand, Lake Stickney utilizes geothermal heat and LED lighting technologies to provide modern learning spaces with ample light, acoustic and thermal comfort and ample teaching amenities to meet a wide variety of educational practices. The building includes shared resources of a gym, multipurpose room, library and administration and six learning suites (each housing five classrooms, a small group room, project space, restrooms and storage) encompassing approximately 74,200 square feet. DLR Group provided architecture, mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering, interior design, and bond planning and campaign assistance.