An architectural firm gave the Stevens Point Finance Committee two options for moving city operations to the Mid-State Technical College (MSTC) building, but the mayor’s office doesn’t think the time is right.
The two options were presented Monday, Nov. 11, by Bray Architect’s representatives Matt Wolfert, LEED accredited professional, and Nathan Schieve, project team leader. One was a relocation using the building as is, while the other was renovating the building to fit a wider range of needs.
The first option of moving into the MSTC building without any major renovations would be possible and still remain a step-up for the city in terms of current space needs, but not expanding the building would leave future growth issues unaddressed.
The second option presented is to renovate the MSTC site to fully optimize efficiency of interoffice communication and work flow, as well as providing a better experience for the public with business in city hall.