Roseville Area Schools has completed construction on the new $37 million Aŋpétu Téča Education Center at 1910 County Road B West in Roseville, Minnesota. In Dakota, aŋpétu téča (pronounced aw-BET-doo THE-cha) means “a new day.” The name honors living on Dakota land.
Designed by Lawal Scott Erickson Architects, the 108,000-square-foot education center features a new pool, gymnasium and basketball court, multiple classrooms, two dining rooms and kitchen, locker rooms and offices. The exterior includes a new playground, parking lots and a bus drop-off located at the front of the building.
Kraus-Anderson was the construction manager for Aŋpétu Téča Education Center, which is one of dozens of major K-12 construction projects KA will work on this year during its “Summer Sprint,” a critical, concentrated time during the summer months when school is not in session and when crews can perform work that ranges from new school construction to upgrades to deferred maintenance projects.