Miron Construction Co., Inc. secures more than $50 million in referenda work

Posted on Apr 16, 2015 by Education

Neenah, Wis. — After successful referenda campaigns, Miron Construction Co., Inc. will be partnering with three school districts to complete $50 million in renovations and upgrades.

Voters in Glenwood City School District approved $9.2 million to upgrade the district’s elementary, middle and high schools. Miron will complete these projects with Wold Architects and Engineers.

For the Kewaunee School District, Miron will be partnering with Eppstein Uhen Architects to complete $16.2 million in additions and renovations to the Kewaunee high school and grade school.

After passing a $24.7 million referendum, East Troy Community School District will see a new PreK-2 elementary school, renovations to its middle school and renovations and additions to its high school. Miron will partner with Bray Architects for all of these projects.

This latest round of referenda success comes on the heels of the February passing of a $3.9 million referendum to add an auditorium to the new high school under construction for the Prescott School District.

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