As early as 1909, Lewis-Clark State College offered vocational education or instruction for “manual training, music and drawing, primary methods and rural science.” The construction of the Sam Glenn Complex signaled the beginning of decades of impressive growth for both the vocational and the academic programs at the college.
The existing hypalon system roof was installed in 1988 and was at the end of its service life. A new TPO or flat seam, low slope metal roofing system will replace the old roof at the cost of $453,423. The project began December 6, 2014 and will take two months to complete the roof, which is approximately 24,500 feet.
Before, during and after construction of new roof: