Belle Plaine Community Center

Belle Plaine, MN | Government + Cultural

Overview

ISG worked with stakeholders in Belle Plaine to develop concepts and cost estimates for a new community center.


Opportunity

The City of Belle Plaine and the Belle Plaine School District wanted to develop concepts for a multi-use community center.

Solution

The Belle Plaine School District partnered with the City of Belle Plaine to explore concepts regarding a new multi-use community center to the community. By addressing questions of revenue, operating costs, tax impacts, and feasibility head on, ISG is collaborated with community leaders to create a design that could address needs once those related to a new high school were complete.


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