MinnesotaIndustrial Kraus-Anderson to tackle $40 million renovation project for Roseau school district May 22, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Kraus-Anderson has been selected as construction manager for a $40 million project for Roseau Schools consisting of additions and modifications to the existing K-12 school complex originally built in 1930 at the corner of 3rd Street NE and 6th Avenue NE in Roseau, Minnesota. On May 12, voters approved a district bond referendum project that will prepare middle and high school students for success in careers with local businesses and in industries wherever they choose to live. Designed by JLG Architects, the project consists of approximately 65,000 square feet of new construction and a 44,000-square-foot remodel. Improvements will enhance hands-on and collaborative learning by providing new spaces for educational programming and activities to improve student learning opportunities. The majority of the work will be performed in the high school, which will get new classrooms, Career and Technical Education and Music Suite for band and choir. The project also adds administrative and common spaces and increases the size of the gym space to meet physical education, co-curricular and community programming needs. In addition, aging building and major systems will be replaced, including ventilation, heating, electrical, lighting, roofs, exterior walls and insulation. Improvements will also address Americans with Disabilities Act deficiencies, safety and security measures and fire safety codes. Modifications will be made to the elementary school including new safety and security improvements at building entrances and at the north end of the school for parent and bus pick-up/drop-off. Construction will begin in early July 2020 and is expected to be completed in the fall of 2022.