Miron Construction Co., Inc. is proud to announce more than $50 million in referendum project success

Posted on Nov 6, 2014 by Education

Neenah, Wis. (Nov. 6, 2014) – Miron Construction Co., Inc. is proud to announce that three educational projects passed referendum this week, totaling more than $51 million in new projects.

The three projects include:

St. Croix Central School District
Work will include $23,995,000 in additions and renovations to the high school, middle school and elementary school as well as the renovation of a maintenance facility and new bus garage.

Black River Falls School District
Work will include $22,500,000 for a new elementary school; addition to the high school; renovation of existing high school science rooms and labs; and safety and security upgrades at multiple schools.

Raymond School District
Work will include $4,640,000 in the remodeling and renovation of existing elementary school including library, cafeteria, band, music and science classroom areas; addition of two-court gymnasium; sitework for improved bus/student drop-off, parking and traffic circulation; and furnishings, fixtures and equipment.

“We congratulate each of these school districts on successfully passing referendums that will not only improve the state of their educational facilities, but will truly improve upon the quality of life in their communities,” said Craig Uhlenbrauck, vice president of education for Miron Construction. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to move forward with these partnerships and further strengthen our relationships with these districts throughout the course of their projects.”

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