The building opened in 1966 and is plagued with an outdated heating and air conditioning system, reports The Advocate.
Construction of a new facility is scheduled to begin this summer and will cost $27 million. It will have a more efficient four-pipe system that uses separate lines for hot and chilled water.
Funds will come from the district's 2020 bond election.
Grace Hebert Curtis is the architect and Cangelosi-Ward is the general contractor.