Posted: Tuesday, 04 September 2012 6:19AM
The Winona Area Public School Board will be asked Thursday to approve architectural an engineering fees for a new math and science wing at Winona High school.
According to the board's agenda, the wing will be 20,700 square feet in size and contain six science classrooms, five math classrooms, one special education science classroom, and a special education general classroom.
The project is estimated to cost $1.95 million. Funds from the project come from the estate of long-time former math teacher Richard Kolter who bequeathed the money to the school district.
Owen Warneke and Associates of Winona along with Wold Architects of St. Paul will be working on the project. The design and construction fees will be $140,500. An alternate bid for the second floor heating an ventilating work will add another $160,000 to the project.