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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Facilities Development

The Facilities Development office leads the District's capital development program consisting of facility planning, programming, design and construction phases. Primarily centered on Bond funded construction programs, the office integrates a diverse extended team of planning consultants, design professionals, contractors and testing/inspection firms to deliver "world class" educational facilities. Emphasis is placed on delivering projects safely, on time and budget within the specified quality standards.

The following documents are intended to introduce Architect/Engineering consultants to Beaverton School District's planning and construction philosophy and communicate fundamental policies, procedures, standards, and expectations for consultant services:

  1. General Design Standards Introduction​​​​​​​​​ (November 2014)​

  2. Beaverton School District Facility Plan (June 2010)

  3. Educational Specifications (May 2014)

  4. Technical Standards / Divisions 6 - 32 
  5. Division 0: Procurement & Contracting Requirements​ (September 2014)

  6. Division 1: General Requirements​ (December 2016)

Long Range Planning:

Much of the District’s capital improvement program is tied to long range planning, demographic (student enrollment), and land acquisition functions. Both short and long-range enrollment projections indicate that the District will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. Under the 2006 Capital Improvement Bond, the District planned and designed new elementary schools, expanded several others, created a performing arts educational facility, and a new options high school. This Bond also funded many major improvements and repair projects.

Designated a ‘high growth’ district under ORS 195.110, the District’s annual enrollment growth rate ranks it among the fastest growing districts in the State.

April, 2012 Long Range Enrollment Projections