We have groundbreaking news! Construction is officially underway in the Verona Area School District for its new High School. District administrators, board members, staff, students, and project consultants were all in attendance to celebrate this major milestone.
In April 2017, the District underwent the second-largest facilities referendum in state history. As part of this effort, Findorff was selected for preconstruction, referendum, and construction services. The new High School represents a major part of this undertaking. Located along highway 18/151 on a 150-acre site, the building will be 585,000 square feet and represent the latest in 21st century learning. Its design has been a collaborative process among staff, students, and project-team members. School safety and specific guiding principles have been major drivers in the project’s development. Attention has been given to progressive security features as well as making the building welcoming, sustainable, and modern.
Completion of the new Verona Area High School is scheduled for fall 2020. The project’s architect is Eppstein Uhen Architects.
If you are interested in learning about similar Findorff projects, check out our K-12 Education Experience. Feel free to also contact our Director of Education Market & Communication Services Christin Mlsna.