Faubion Rebuild

    The PPS School Building Improvement Bond is funding $33 million for the project. Concordia University will contribute land, resources and funding (up to $15.5 million).
    Construction began Winter of 2016
    Construction completed August of 2017
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    The new Faubion PK-8 leverages a major capital partnership with Concordia University. The new facility will serve as a new public/private model for higher education and K-12 sharing space as well as leveraging resources to create a new teaching model for the Cully/Concordia community. Work began in the winter of 2016 and the rebuilt school opened in August 2017. Check out the Faubion PK-8 Rebuild FAQs

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     Faubion PK-8 Rebuild Project Summary
    The new Faubion, part of the 2012 School Building Improvement Bond, was developed through a special partnership between PPS and Concordia University who is helping to fund the project. Through a partnership between Portland Public Schools, Concordia University, Trillium Family Services, Kaiser Permanente and Pacific Foods, the rebuilt Faubion PK-8, with its 3 to PhD® initiative will be the heartbeat of the neighborhood, offering wrap-around services to the Faubion community and Concordia students. The building combines Faubion School, Concordia University's College of Education, an early childhood education center, a Kaiser Permanente 3 to PhD® Wellness Center, state of the art STEAM/Maker Spaces, a food club with organic and nutritious products and other services.
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Faubion Opening Day 8-30-17
  • Project Team 

    Boora Architects is the design team for the Faubion rebuild. Boora has a strong background in designing creative functional and sustainable learning environments.
    Todd Construction is the general contractor for the Faubion rebuild. Todd Construction has been serving the construction needs of the Pacific Northwest since 1940.