Project Description

An elementary school in Lacey, Washington, was in need of expansion and modernization. We were asked to determine whether the existing on-site wastewater treatment and dispersal system was adequate to serve the renovated school. Through investigation and creative negotiating with the Department of Health, we were able to justify the continued use of the system with relatively minor upgrades. Our solution added years of life to the existing system and saved the school district more than $200,000.

ADC didn’t get fancy or try to sell an upgrade when the project didn’t absolutely need it. They figured out a way to salvage the existing system and extend its life. That’s a type of stewardship. We love working with these guys. – Robert Lindstrom, AIA, Associate BLRB Architects