GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is touring the David A. Cofrin Library at UW-Green Bay as his administration recommends funding a new technology center to replace the decades-old building.A $96.3 million Cofrin Technology and Education Center was one of several building projects recommended to the State Building Commission as part of the governor’s 2021-2023 Capital Budget. Republicans on the commission rejected the governor’s budget and sent it to the Joint Finance Committee where the Cofrin project could find support and live on.The library, built in 1972, would be demolished in favor of the tech center. A feasibility study completed in 2020 found renovation would not be cost effective, according to the budget proposal. Part of the building is described as being in “unstable condition.”“The vast majority of the exterior envelope has failed, requiring the removal and replacement of more than 75 percent of the face brick to resolve its condition,” reads the proposal.