Seattle Parks and Recreation Jesús Aguirre, Superintendent
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This project is complete.
In spite of material cost increases and delays for the concrete drivers strike in the fall, this project remained on schedule and within budget.
During Construction, Parks staff met with the Montlake Advisory Council to discuss the desired improvements to the Tudor building raised in the Community Meetings. Due to the rapid escalation in construction materials costs, the project budget could not accomplish all of the desired improvements to this building.
Special thanks go to the Montlake Community Center Advisory Council for donating $42,000 in additional funding specifically designated to improve the Tudor building, preserving its exterior and upgrading the interior finishes.
For a full review of the public involvement process, please see Montlake Community Center Public Involvement Summary .
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Public Meeting #1 10/14/04 Meeting Notes
Carlson Architects worked with the PAT to further revise the concepts, based on the PAT's and the community's preference to build an addition to the gym rather than joining all buildings or adding to the "Tudor" building.
> Refined concepts
Project Advisory Team
Ken Schubert III
August 30, 2004 notes
October 25, 2004 notes
November 15, 2004 notes
March 23, 2005 notes
July 7, 2005 notes
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