A visionary learning environment embraces its community and agriculture heritage
After extensive research and community input, WCSD and EUA developed a long-range Facilities Master Plan that aligned with the priorities of a growing community, addressed flexibility needs through financially responsible solutions. EUA provided critical analysis of district-wide facilities and programming, as well as planning and design for a new intermediate school and renovations to existing schools.
WCSD construction projects included a new 700-student capacity intermediate school, with adaptability for future expansion, and additions/renovations to two elementary schools to increase capacity, create secure entries, and add flexibility to core learning, special education and recreational spaces.
The new intermediate school design is inspired by the patchwork of farm fields it is built on. The exterior glass resembles the unique patterns of local farm fields and the interior represents the natural elements that aid the surrounding crops including sun, wind, water and earth. The learning environments feature enhanced flexibility for future repurposing as education continues to evolve.
In Business Magazine Commercial Design Award: Best New Development or Renovation - Education
In Business Magazine Commercial Design Award: Best Green-Built Project
In Business Magazine Commercial Design Award: Project of the Year
Daily Reporter: Top Projects of 2016
Learning By Design Magazine: Grand Prize Award
- Waunakee, WI
- New 156,000-square-foot intermediate school (grades 5-6)
- Prairie Elementary School 4 kindergarten classroom addition
- Heritage Elementary School remodel