Kraus-Anderson begins $21M renovation project for Ladysmith School District

The Madison office of Kraus-Anderson (KA) has begun an extensive $21 million renovation project for the School District of Ladysmith in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, according to a news release.

Designed by Bray Architects, the district-wide project at the middle school and high school features a 22,000-square-foot remodel of academic classrooms, a 10,131-square-foot gym expansion, 2,764-square-foot media center addition, building systems replacements, security upgrades, ADA improvements, and a new roof. The project also includes new parking lots, new bleachers and LED lights at the football field, and new dugouts at the softball field. Site improvements are also being completed for better water drainage. In addition, a new roof will be replaced at Ladysmith’s elementary school.

Construction is expected to be completed in summer of 2024.