PORT ANGELES — The Field Arts & Events Hall was nearly 90 percent funded as of the end of last week.
Executive Director Steve Raider-Ginsberg said Friday that the Field Hall was 89 percent funded as of Friday, leaving about 10 percent remaining to reach its $50 million goal.
“The bulk of that funding has gone towards the construction of the building, which has a guaranteed max price of $42 million from Mortenson construction,” Raider-Ginsberg said. “We’re about five weeks out from construction being complete.”
The bulk of the funding — $40.4 million — has been from individual donations, Raider-Ginsberg said.
It also has received federal, state and local government funding: $4.8 million in state funds, $1.1 million in federal, $1.2 million from regional foundations and $894,500 from local governments, including more than $600,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds.
The state also has awarded an additional $2 million in its capital budget.
“We have also been recommended by Senator (Maria) Cantwell for a $4 million appropriation in the pending federal budget,” said Jane Claypool, Field Arts & Events Hall marketing director.