DeCon Salvages Historic Materials at Marysville School

After a fire destroyed much of the Marysville School in November 2009, district officials are still unsure about the future of the building. Whether or not the district decides to rebuild the old school or construct a new one, they are certain about wanting to incorporate important architectural pieces from the existing structure. The Marysville School district called upon DeConstruction Services to complete the careful disassembly of salvageable materials.  The materials, which include doors, trim, windows and lumber, are being held in the old gymnasium until officials decide the fate of the new school structure. 

For more information about this exciting project, and to see additional photographs, read the article in The Oregonian.

Photo courtesy of Faith Cathcart | The Oregonian