A major remodel of the former Polar Manufacturing building on the Madrona Street property was completed in late September 2009 to house components of the Wind Energy Technician and Environmental Technology programs. It was funded from the Plant Facilities fund. The Wind Energy side of the building is 4,798 square feet. The building was divided to separate the Trans IV bus repair facility from the instructional programs. New restrooms, offices, secure storage, classrooms, electrical training lab, and industrial lab space were created by the CSI Maintenance Department in a compressed timeframe. The programs also utilize the Ladder Training Apparatus (LTA) that was installed backstage in the Fine Arts auditorium. The finished lab spaces feature a mobile computer cart, multimedia capabilities, and over $200,000 in industrial and electrical training systems.