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Sammamish High School’s new campus replaces an existing one-story facility with a three-story, state-of the-art educational facility spanning 320,000 square feet and serving nearly 1,000 students in grades 9-12. Designed by Integrus Architecture,  Sammamish is the last of Bellevue School District’s high schools to be modernized. According to Jack McLeod, director of facilities and operations for the school district, “Sammamish will be the crown jewel.”

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Chicago Metallic 4000 Tempra and 1200 seismic panels Sammamish High School classroom

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Rockfon stone wool ceiling tiles

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Chicago Metallic ceiling 4000 tempra and 1200 seismic suspension systems in school hallway

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Rockfon and Chicago Metallic ceiling systems in Sammamish High School

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Rockfon Alaska and Sonar ceiling tiles installed in school entrance

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Acoustical ceiling tiles from Rockfon installed in classroom

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Ceiling tile grid system Sammamish High School

Sammamish High School

Location:United States
Architect:Integrus Architecture Seattle, Washington
Contractor:Spee West Construction Company Edmonds, Washington
Installer:Forrest Sound Products Redmond, Washington
Photographer:Lara Swimmer
Tiles:Rockfon Alaska®, Rockfon Sonar®

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