Wayzata High School
Kraus-Anderson’s 171,000-square-foot high school expansion increased Wayzata High School’s overall student capacity from 3,300 to 3,900. Located in Plymouth, MN, Wayzata High School is the state’s largest high school. The $79.6 million project included a new 68,700-square-foot, four-story academic wing, a new 350-seat auditorium, a three court gymnasium (two with a wood floor and one with a rubber floor), weight room, expanded locker rooms, upper and lower commons areas, music/performing arts, physical education areas, and office remodeling. The academic wing features 30 new classrooms with breakout spaces for each.
KA also built three artificial turf athletic fields, a new varsity softball field, a parking lot, and access roads, in addition to renovating the varsity baseball field.