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The city is moving forward plans to preserve and improve the Riverwind Community Building at Riverwind Park.This week, the City Council awarded a construction management contract for the project to Kinghorn Company in the amount of $45,000. They will assist with the bidding, management and inspections of the building remodeling project. Proposed improvements including the addition of air conditioning, new furnaces, roof, window and door replacements, LED lighting, new flooring, bathroom upgrades, and more. City staff say about 70 percent of the building will see changes."We're talking primarily about the west side of the building and the entrance, the whole outer side will be redone, new landscaping, you probably saw the boulevard trees coming down, all kinds of activity happening over there but there is kind of that easterly wing that no internal modifications are going to happen over there." says Tim Himmer, Public Works Director.Site improvements are also required to connect the park improvements being done at Riverwind with the building including sidewalks and trails. With the construction management contract in place, the remodeling project is expected to be put out for bids in the near future.