W.A. Klinger continues work on the Bishop Heelan High School campus with the 1,600-seat gymnasium addition. The new athletic wing of the high school will connect to the new facility housing the academic wing, which opened in January 2018. This is the third phase of construction for the new $30 million high school campus, featuring a running/walking track looping around the top of the gymnasium, new locker rooms, athletic training rooms, a first aid room, an equipment storage area, coaches' offices, and locker rooms for game officials/referees.
Visit the Sioux City Journal on line to read more about this phase of the Bishop Heelan High School project.
W.A. Klinger initiated construction of the new high school with Phase I, the $15 million fine arts wing, which opened in 2014. The 37,600 s.f. Bishop Heelan Fine Arts Building features a 627-seat auditorium, as well as a large chapel. Phase II of the project ($12 million, 55,000 s.f. academic wing) included construction of new classrooms, administrative offices, a counseling center, and chaplain offices. The new facility includes technology upgrades, lecture and science labs, and learning centers where students can participate in group work. Students of Bishop Heelan High School rang in the new year by spending their first day of classes in the new classrooms.
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Project Manager: Ryan Bolinger
Superintendent: Ed Wriedt