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PRA School Clients Pass Referendums Totaling Over $74 Million

Milwaukee and Madison, Wis., — Three Wisconsin school districts and clients of Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP (PRA), one of the state’s leading architecture and interior design firms, successfully passed multi-million dollar referendums on Tuesday that will go towards facilities improvements in the communities of Madison, Platteville, and Mequon-Thiensville.

PRA assisted Madison Metropolitan School District with a year of facility and referendum planning, ultimately leading to the District’s successful $41 million referendum on Tuesday. Referendum funding will help the District to perform necessary upgrades, renovations, and expansions at several district schools.

Voters in the Mequon-Thiensville School District approved $18 million in referendum funds to cover construction projects developed by the District and PRA. Platteville Public Schools also passed a referendum, gaining $15 million in funds to cover additions and renovations at every district school that are the result of a master planning effort the District undertook with PRA.

“These three school districts took a big step toward reaching their goals of providing the very best education to the children in their communities, “said David Raysich, Managing Partner at PRA. “We are proud of our successful collaborations with these districts.”

About Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP
Headquartered in Milwaukee, Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP, specializes in architectural planning and design of education, healthcare, religious, residential, corporate/commercial, long-term care, federal, civic and hospitality facilities. The firm has been in business for over 80 years and has offices in Madison, Wis., Milwaukee, Wis. and Sarasota, Fla. For more information, please visit www.prarch.com or connect with us on Facebook, Linkedln or on Twitter at @PRAtweet

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