New Construction

Construction Complete on $6.1M Early Childhood Center

Construction management firm Kraus-Anderson recently announced that it has completed construction on the Early Childhood Center for Pine Island Schools in Pine Island, Minn. The facility stands two stories, covers 20,356 square feet, and cost $6.1 million, according to a news release.

The space includes amenities like new classrooms and a 2,000-square-foot multipurpose area. It also includes an outdoor playground, an indoor playground, administrative space, and ADA accommodations including an elevator. The building also serves as a storm shelter for the safety of students, teachers, and staff.

Pine Island Early Childhood Center
Photo Courtesy of Kraus-Anderson

The facility was designed by Wendel Architects.

The news release also reports that over the last five years, Kraus-Anderson has completed more than $1 billion in K–12 projects, ranking 20th in the country in the construction of K–12 facilities.

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Matt Jones is senior editor of Spaces4Learning. He can be reached at [email protected].