A.C.E. Building Service and Manitowoc Lutheran High School kick off new science rooms renovation

Date: June 11, 2012
Contact: Doug Schwalbe, (920) 682-6105

Classes may have ended for the staff and students at Manitowoc Lutheran High School, but activity continues on the campus with a major renovation project in the school’s science wing. This project, under the supervision of design/build contractor A.C.E. Building Service of Manitowoc, is one aspect of Manitowoc Lutheran High School’s Phase 3 “Proclaiming Christ Today and Tomorrow” capital campaign.

The renovation will revamp the school’s outdated physics/chemistry lab, biology lab and lecture room. Additionally, the science rooms are being enlarged and getting new flooring, ceilings, windows, laboratory cabinets and fixtures, equipment, demonstration tables, lighting and tiered seating.

MLHS cites several benefits of the renovation, including:
• Updating safety features and ventilation
• Improved, energy-efficient lighting
• Integration of modern technology (smart-boards & wireless access)
• Flexible lab options (allowing greater student involvement)
• Expanded learning areas

Construction will continue throughout the summer and be completed by the start of the 2012-2013 school year. The public is invited to see construction updates on the MLHS web site.

Incorporated in 1963, A.C.E. Building Service is located in Manitowoc and provides commercial and industrial construction services – including new buildings, expansions, renovations, metal re-roof, facilities maintenance, design/build, and build/lease – to Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties.


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A.C.E. Building Service and Manitowoc Lutheran High School kick off new science rooms renovation
MLHS teachers ready their implements of demolition: Wayne Foelske, Biology & Advanced Biology; Joel Barthel, Chemistry & Physics; and Martin “Beaker” Plocher, Environmental Science & Technical Ed.