Wawasee High School improvement project
Crosby Construction has been awarded a $2.3 million renovation project at Wawasee High School in Syracuse, Indiana.
In addition to converting the existing planetarium dome into a new radio station, the project will feature numerous improvements to the school’s sports facilities, including the installation of new basketball goals; paint, lighting, and HVAC for the gymnasiums; new football and soccer concession buildings with marquee-style entries; and a resurfaced track.
The interior renovation portion of the project will be completed in August, with concession aspect due to be completed in October.
Wawasee High School was created in 1968 when the high schools in Syracuse, Milford, and North Webster, Indiana, were combined into one school in Syracuse, which is located on the shores of Lake Wawasee, the state’s largest lake. Both the lake and the high school are named after Chief Wawasee of the Miami tribe.