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Welcome to Capital Projects

The Capital Projects Department welcomes you to this important information source concerning the capital improvements program for the Marysville School District. With the passage of the 2006 Bond, and in conjunction with state funding sources, work is complete on the projects our community identified in the 2006 bond measure.

Members of the Capital Projects Department are proud to be part of a dedicated team of professionals charged with constructing new schools and facility projects that have been promised to our community members, students and staff.

We look forward to working with our community to identify additional construction and maintenance needs, and carry those projects through completion.

For more information on future planning related to capital improvements, please see the Capital Facilities Plan (2016 -2021).

If you do not find the information or the answers you are seeking, please contact the Capital Projects Office at 360-653-0846 or email greg_dennis@msd25.org.


Completed Projects

10th Street Middle School

7204 27th Ave NE, Marysville, WA. 98271

Project Team:

Architect -Studio Meng Strazzara (Dennis Erwood)
Modular Manufacturer Contractor - Williams Scotsman (Patrick Muchmore)
Site-work/Utility Contractor - Interwest Construction (Sean McGuiness)
Project Manager - Bill Grubich

Project Description:

Designed at 15,000 +/- sq.ft. this facility provides classroom, project space, band area, and support space for of 200 students

Program Description:

10th Street School – The 10th Street Program is an choice school available to Marysville students in grades 6th – 8th who possess a special interest in band/music

  • Every student plays an instrument at the 10th Street School. Authentic performances throughout the school year provide students with a variety of opportunities to “show what they know.”
  • Parents are viewed as an important member of the “Team” working with their child and school staff promoting a positive learning environment.
  • Through music as a discipline, students learn - good enough is not good enough.

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from new home mitigation fees.

Project has been complete.

Arts and Technology High School

7204 27th Ave NE, Marysville, WA. 98271

Project Team:

Architect - Studio Meng Strazzara (Dennis Erwood)
Modular Manufacturer Contractor - Williams Scotsman (Patrick Muchmore)
Site-work/Utility Contractor - Interwest Construction (Sean McGuiness)
Gym/Landscaping Contractor - Corstone Construction (Greg Martin)
Project Manager - Bill Grubich

Project Description:

The largest of the four buildings on the campus, Arts and Technology is designed at 39,000 +/- sq.ft. Spaces included classrooms, labs, performance, and support areas. The facility is designed for 400 students.

Program Description:

Arts & Technology High School – The primary focus of A&T High School is directed at high academic expectations through:

  • An emphasis on depth and quality of learning
  • Small high school community environment
  • Creative application of arts and technology to coursework
  • Business, community, and professional partnerships

Developing student leaders for future success is at the core of A&T’s mission

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from new home mitigation fees.

Project has been completed.

Grove Elementary

6510 Grove St. Marysville, WA 98270

Project Team:

Architect - Hutteball & Oremus (Bill Chaput and Matt Christensen)
Contractor - Allied Construction (Scott Bjella and Clint Bjella)
Project Manager - Bill Grubich

Project Description:

Grove Elementary is a 54, 150 square foot elementary school designed for 550 students. The school is a combination of two-story stick-frame, masonry (gym), and one-story portable construction. Located on the south side of Grove Street (between 64th and 67th Avenue NE) the site encompasses the former Marysville Community Campus complex. 


The existing sports fields is incorporated into the school, and provides play space for students as well as continuing community use.

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from the bond that was passed by the District in February (2006). The State provided matching funds of $5,544,252.37.

Project Update:

  • Project has been completed.

Tulalip Heritage High School

7204 27th Ave NE, Marysville, WA 98271

Project Team:

Architect -Studio Meng Strazzara (Dennis Erwood)
Modular Manufacturer Contractor - Williams Scotsman (Patrick Muchmore)
Site-work/Utility Contractor - Interwest Construction (Sean McGuiness)
Gym/Landscaping Contractor - Corstone Construction (Greg Martin)
Project Manager - Bill Grubich

Project Description:

The design for this facility focuses on a cultural area that is surrounded by classroom, lab and support space. At 11,000 +/- sq.ft. the facility accommodates 100 students.

Program Description:

Tulalip Heritage School - The primary focus of Tulalip Heritage School is: 

  • High school age students interested in combining district-wide curricula with a study of American Indian political, social, and cultural traditions may register to attend Heritage.
  • As a result of this enriched experience, it is hoped students will better understand the ways in which Indian tribes and cultures influence local, state, national, and world communities and their institutions.
  • Individual responsibility for academic success as well as respect for one another, while preserving, respecting, and celebrating the traditions of our tribes are stressed.

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from new home mitigation fees.

Project has been completed.

Marysville Getchell High School Campus

8301 84th St. NE, Marysville, WA 98270

Project Team:

Architect - DLR Group (Craig Mason and Todd Ferking)
Educational Planner - Architects of Achievement (Victoria Bergsagel)
GC/CM - Absher Construction (Curt Gimmestad)
Planning Principal - MSD #25 (Tracy Suchan Toothaker)

Project Manager - ESD 112 (Jay Garthwaite)
Project Manager - NWESD 189 (Tex Ladish)
Construction Manager - MSD #25 (Mike Brady)
Construction Manager - MSD #25 (Don Swobody)

Project Description:

  • Marysville Getchell High School is a 193,000 +/- square foot facility designed for 1,600 students. The facility is design as a series of four (4) Small Learning Communities (SLC) with a shared common building that provides administration, physical education, cafeteria, and other services. The four schools occupying the site are the Academy of Construction and Engineering, Bio-Med Academy, International School of Communications, and School for the Entrepreneur.

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from the bond that was passed by the District in February (2006). The State has provided matching funds of $19.4M.

Project has been completed.

Shared Gym/Administrative Building

7204 27th Ave NE, Marysville, WA 98271

Project Team:

Architect - Studio Meng Strazzara (Dennis Erwood)
Modular Manufacturer Contractor - Williams Scotsman (Patrick Muchmore)
Site-work/Utility Contractor - Interwest Construction (Sean McGuiness)
Gym/Landscaping Contractor - Corstone Construction (Greg Martin)
Project Manager - Bill Grubich

Project Description:

Food Service, physical education, and campus administration are the primary components of this 20,000 +/- sq.ft. facility. The 12,000 sq.ft. gym is designed to allow concurrent physical education by all three schools and/or competitive sports including basketball and volleyball.

Project Funding:

  • Funding for the project came from new home mitigation fees.

Project has been completed.

Transportation Cooperative Facility

4302 134th Street NE, Marysville, WA 98271

Project Team:

Architect - Studio Meng Strazzara
GM/CM - Macro-Z Technology
Project Manager - John Bingham
Construction Manager - MSD #25 Mike Brady

Project Descriptionn

This project is a joint transportation facility that serves Marysville and Lakewood School Districts. In accordance with the requirements of Chapter 392-346 WAC for inter-district transportation cooperatives, Marysville School District serves as the "Applicant District" and Lakewood School District is a "Participating Member."

The Joint Transportation Facility provides maintenance for the buses and motor pool vehicles from both districts. 

Major repair, minor maintenance, washing, fueling, and using the meeting and driver training spaces are just some of the services available. Marysville School District's Transportation Administration is located at the facility and the Marysville School District's buses and motor pool vehicles are parked on site.

The total building area is 39,136 SF, with an additional 5,060 SF covered fuel service island. The total site area needs for all activities is 9.1 acres.

The location of the facility is an 11 acre property referred to as the "HiloSite" on 134th Street NE.