Fourteen months after Neenah Joint School District voters approved a $114.9 million referendum — plus years of planning before and after — construction of the new high school has officially begun.
Thursday’s groundbreaking comes after a year of finalizing plans for the new high school. Like the referendum planning process, designing the high school, too, was collaborative.
Bray Architects and Miron Construction, too, were an integral part of the planning process, Pfeiffer said. Whenever committee members had ideas, Bray did “everything they could” to make them come to fruition, and Bray was there to keep an eye on the budget.