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New Project: K-12 School In Minnesota

October 18, 2020
Photo Credit: ISG Architects

Photo Credit: ISG Architects

Source: REJournals.com


Developers have begun construction on a new, $63 million K-12 school for the Maple River School District in Minnesota.

Where is it happening?

Mapleton, Minn.

Who is involved?

Developers: Kraus-Anderson

Designers: ISG Architects

When is it happening?

Construction of the facility will be complete by fall of 2022.

Why is it important?

The new building will service multiple rural communities by providing “balanced classroom sizes and equal access to resources and support.” (REJournals).

Key Aspects?

New classrooms

New administrative offices

Three gymnasiums

New playgrounds



500-seat auditorium

Walking paths


Project Specs?


185,000 square-feet of total space

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