Kraus-Anderson Construction has completed a $13.5 million project at St. Croix Falls High School at 740 Maple St. in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin.
Designed by DSGW, the 28,300-square-foot project consists of three separate additions to the high school, featuring a new fine arts center with a 595-seat music and performing arts auditorium. The 21,100-square-foot fine arts center will provide continued growth of the music program and performing arts, including theatrical productions, musicals and concerts, and will also serve as a large group learning space, which frees up existing space to allow for additional educational programming.
The fine arts center will co-exist with the new Civic Auditorium that will be developed in the City of St. Croix Falls.
The second addition includes a 6,400-square-foot fitness center with space for class participation to occur in one location as well as increased resources and availability to athletic and fitness programs for extracurricular training. The third project adds a 300-square-foot wash bay addition to the existing garage for buses, district vehicles and maintenance equipment.
St. Croix Falls High School is among 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.