The Mitchell School Board on Monday approved an architectural and construction management contract with Puetz Corporation for a renovation of the Mitchell Career and Technical Education Academy or MCTEA building across from the high school. The renovation is being made possible because of a 1.2 million dollar Governor’s Career and Technical Education Grant. The project includes around 750,000 dollars in facility renovations. The contract with Puetz Corporation pays 7.5 percent of the total construction costs for architecture and 6 percent for construction management services. Graves says the hope is for the project to be completed by the start of the next school year.
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