Tatley Grund (TG) was part of the project team for the Cleveland High School renovation—a $68 million restoration of this 1920s era building. The school was designated as a historic landmark in 1981 by the city of Seattle. This designation added to the challenges of restoring an older structure.
Owner: Seattle School District
Architect/Consultant: Mahlum Architects
Contract Value: $585,000
TG was contracted to perform specialized restoration and replacement of terra cotta, cast stone and existing masonry sections of the exterior cladding assembly. In addition, we performed removal of a cementitious parge coat, cleaning of the masonry, and installation of new caulking sealant throughout the facility.> Back to Institutional