Built in 1908, Seattle’s historic Webster Elementary School underwent repeat renovations in the subsequent decades that packed the structure with engineering surprises. The 53,000-sq-ft building served as a school until 1979, and then as the Nordic Heritage Museum. In 2020, Seattle Public Schools completed a project to allow the building to house an elementary school once again. Check out the ENRNorthwest's profile of the project here: https://www.enr.com/articles/53097-best-renovation-and-project-of-the-year-nominee-webster-elementary-school