Project Overview

This complete makeover of Dodgeville High School included upgrades to infrastructure, HVAC, lighting, and windows to improve energy efficiency. Construction of a STEM Innovation Center, distance learning lab, media center, greenhouse, and creation of flexible collaboration spaces equip the District for 21st century learning opportunities, as well as enhance function, comfort, and ADA accessibility.

The project scope, designed to equip the District for 21st century learning, included:

  • Upgrades to infrastructure, HVAC, lighting, and windows
  • Addition of a STEM Innovation Center
  • New media center, distance learning lab, and greenhouse
  • Creation of flexible collaboration spaces
  • Complete remodeling of science, tech ed, and agriculture classrooms and common spaces

Additional funds were invested in district-wide improvements, including HVAC upgrades at the elementary school and miscellaneous building and site repairs.

Education Market Leader

Craig Uhlenbrauck / Vice President, Education, Education
920.969.7030
craig.uhlenbrauck@miron-construction.com

Owner:

Dodgeville School District

Size:

124,000 SF (30,000 SF addition | 94,000 SF renovation)

Completion:

September 2017

Architect / Engineer:

HSR Associates, Inc.

In their words…

“We were very fortunate to pass a large referendum in the Dodgeville School District. With the help of Miron’s pre-referendum services, we were able to engage our communities in a conversation lasting several months. These professional efforts helped our community understand the needs we were facing and helped us learn more about the many perspectives and facets of our community. The process led by the Miron team certainly was a large part of our success.” – Jeff Jacobson, District Administrator, Dodgeville School District

Additional Info:

Video: Referendum to Reality Dodgeville District Administrator Jeff Jacobson explains how Dodgeville passed a $19.9 million referendum after two previous failed attempts. “You can go anywhere from here.”