Campus Renovations

Wisconsin District Completes $21M Renovation to Middle and High School

Integrated construction management firm Kraus-Anderson recently announced the completion of a $21-million renovation project to the middle and high school in Ladysmith, Wis., according to a news release.

Renovation work covered a total of 150,000 square feet and included a 10,131-square-foot gym addition that  connects to the existing school, a 1,000-bleacher-seat grandstand, a press box, and new parking spaces. Within the school, new features include a patio, media center, and classroom improvements.

Finally, the school saw 46,129 square feet of improvements to building systems replacements, ADA improvements, safety and security upgrades, and roof replacements.

The Ladysmith School District partnered with Bray Architects for the project’s design.

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