Architects unveil glimpse of new St. Joseph school
Architects working on designs for a new school in St. Joseph will present new exterior drawings tonight.
The designs will be part of an update about the school for St. Cloud school board members.
St. Cloud school district is building a 135,000 square-foot combined elementary and middle school along Stearns County Road 121. It would have room for up to 750 students in preschool through grade eight. It is expected to cost $25.5 million. Construction is expected to start this spring and plans call for it to open in September 2008. Voters approved the project Sept. 12.
Story; St. Cloud Times
'' The Architects for the school GLTA, Grooters Leapaldt Tideman Architects, are also famous for preservation projects. Since 1990, GLTArchitects has received several Preservation Alliance awards for its commitment to adaptive re-use and preservation''. liamssoft.
Preservation Alliance awards:
- 1991 Saint Teresa Hall, College of Saint Benedict, St. Joseph, Minnesota
- 1999 Honor Award - Paramount Theatre, St. Cloud, Minnesota
- 2002 Honor Award - Lakeville Area Arts Center, Lakeville, Minnesota
- 2004 Adaptive Re-use - Monastery Main Building, St. Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy of Architects (GLTA)