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Capital Projects

Building Great Schools and Community

At KSD, we want to build safe schools and engaging learning environments where students and educators can be their best. Guided by the Kennewick School District's Capital Facilities Plan 2018-2028, the Capital Projects Department works to meet the needs of our community by sustaining, planning and improving buildings and facilities in our district. 

Current Projects

Tri-Tech Skills Center Logo

Modernization of the original 66,000 square foot area of the Tri-Tech facility built in 1981. The modernization would include energy and life safety improvements along with a reorganization of the 41-year-old spaces to satisfy current programs.

Drawing of Elementary School 18

The timeframe and location for Elementary School 18 is dependent on enrollment growth. Current enrollment and projected enrollment growth does not support the need for an additional elementary school. The future location of a new elementary school will be determined by future development and will likely be built on a site the district already owns.

Completed Projects

New Ridge View Elementary School

Ridge View Elementary was replaced on the same site with a 30-classroom building. Construction was completed December 2023 and open to students on January 3, 2024.

Kennewick High School exterior

Kennewick High School was replaced with a two-story building on the same site to accommodate 2,000 students. The project includes new parking lots, sports fields and a bus loop.

Photograph of the Kamiakin High School expansion under construction in November 2020.

Kamiakin High School was expanded to add 12 classrooms to accommodate 2,000 students. More parking was added and improvements were made to athletic facilities.

Photograph of the Southridge High School expansion under construction in November 2020.

Southridge High School was expanded to add 12 classrooms to accommodate 2,000 students. A new weight training facility was added, and other improvements were made.
 

Tri-Tech Skills Center

The project added 16,000 square feet to the north of Tri-Tech Skills Center's existing building, providing a new location and exhibition area for the Culinary Arts program, new space for the Pre-Physical Therapy program and a new well-defined entrance with a focus on security and the front office area.

Legacy High School

The new Legacy High School opened in April 2019 at the former City Church property at 4624 W. 10th Ave.

Mid-Columbia Partnership

The gym at the former Desert Hills Middle School campus was renovated to meet the needs of Mid-Columbia Partnership, the district program supporting homeschool students and families.

Fuerza Elementary School

Fuerza Elementary School is the district's first completely dual language school. It opened in August 2018.

Tri-Tech East Building

The 10,200-square-foot Tri-Tech East Building opened in June 2018 after about seven months of construction.

Facility Services

The Facility Services building opened in October 2017 at 5501 W. Metaline Ave.

Chinook Middle School

Chinook Middle School opened in January 2017 at 4891 W. 27th Ave., north of Southridge High School

Desert Hills Middle School

The new Desert Hills Middle School opened in August 2016 at 1701 S. Clodfelter Road, near Coyote Canyon and the Five Corners roundabout.



Department Contacts

main phone number: (509) 222-7024

Ryan Jones
Capital Projects Manager
(509) 222-6810
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Dustin Fisk
Project Coordinator
(509) 222-7024
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