ISD 728 administrators and their partners from Wold Architects have spent the last few weeks touring sites around the Twin Cities metro, as the district makes plans to move forward with major building projects funded by the 2019 Referendum.
Last week, teams from Zimmerman and Rogers toured Elk River High’s field house and weight room, Orono’s new community center gym and weight room areas and the Wayzata High gym and weight room additions.
“We definitely want to take the time and do this the right way, so using the examples of the school districts that have gone before us in this sort of campaign is best practice,” said Superintendent Dan Bittman.
The District has identified seven large projects, along with a myriad of others, as part of the bonding portion of the 2019 referendum package. They can be tracked on our website, www.isd728.org/728Strong-Projects.