Kettle Moraine School District

Wales, WI


As part of the master-planning process, Findorff helped position the District for Phase 1 of its long-range, district-wide building needs. We provided preconstruction efforts and pricing scenarios during master planning. Referendum strategy and graphic design services were additionally provided to share needs related to capital maintenance, technology, safety, and learning environments. Construction included work in all six district buildings.

CUSHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Approximately 64,000 square feet of space within Cushing Elementary received upgrades or repairs to failing, inefficient systems. Most notably, the school’s capital improvement projects included the following:

  • New secured front entrance and reception area
  • MEP and technology infrastructure upgrades
  • Window replacements and ADA code compliance upgrades
  • Renovations to media center

DOUSMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Similar to that of Cushing Elementary, much of the work at Dousman included capital maintenance upgrades. Additional work included:

  • New secured entrance
  • Creation and reconfiguration of learning spaces to increase instructional classroom area

KETTLE MORAINE HIGH SCHOOL
Work included relocating various classrooms to create department efficiencies and collaboration throughout the 280,000-square-foot high school. Areas of improvement included:

  • Secured entrance and building security upgrades
  • Upgrades to technology infrastructure, plumbing, HVAC, ADA code compliances, and window replacements
  • Multi-purpose space in the cafeteria, kitchen and serving areas
  • New art suite
  • Installation of decorative wood panels and resilient tile flooring
  • Renovations to the nurse’s station and health room

KETTLE MORAINE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Construction work included improving the collaborative learning spaces in grades 6-8. Specific areas of improvement throughout the 80,000-square-foot Middle School included:

  • New addition to create a secured main entrance
  • Reconfiguration and upgrades to classroom and common spaces
  • Multi-purpose space within cafeteria
  • Remodeled bathrooms
  • Wall murals and resilient flooring

MAGEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Magee Elementary received improvements to the early learning/4K classroom areas and a new multi-purpose area. Capital maintenance repairs included:

  • Secured entry
  • Upgrades to technology infrastructure

WALES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Construction included improving learning spaces to increase instructional classroom space and to create small group learning spaces. A secured entrance and new offices were also included.

Category /

K-12 Education

Attributes /

Additions and Remodels
New Construction

Architect /

Eppstein Uhen Architects