A school facilities planning expert told North Idaho College trustees Tuesday that the best sites for a new, larger technical education facility are on the Coeur d'Alene campus or in Post Falls. Dave Teater, whom the trustees hired in January to prepare a recommendation for a new building, presented his findings to the trustees during a workshop on where to expand the college's professional technical education, or career technical education, facilities. Teater presented several site options that were studied with NIC's administration. "Our costs are based on building size and the function of the site," Teater said. The most viable options, according to Teater, include building out the facility in the old Jacklin Seed complex adjacent to NIC's Riverbend facility, in the parking lot behind NIC's Molstead Library on campus, or on the old mill site now owned by NIC/Maureen Dolan, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.
Question: Where should a larger tech-ed facility be located?