In December 2018 the NIC Board of Trustees approved the decision to name the new collaborative education building after former CDA residents Bob and Leona DeArmond. The DeArmonds are credited for making the largest private donation in NIC’s 85-year history.
This beautiful building is being constructed in close proximity to the site of the former DeArmond Stud Mill. The collaborative education facility will be shared by NIC, the University of Idaho and Lewis-Clark State college. The 29,000-square-foot space will include classrooms, student services, and administrative support
Modern Glass is proud to be part of this project. North Idaho Collaborative Education (NICE) building.
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Photo attributed to The Coeur d’Alene Press.