Project Overview

Substantial upgrades to the High School on this shared site included extensive heating, ventilation, electrical and plumbing upgrades; energy efficiency projects; and the remodeling and modernizing of learning environments. It also involved expansion of the weight room/wellness center, and a new structure to relocate and expand the agricultural lab/greenhouse. The Grade School received a roof replacement and minor updates to heating, ventilation, plumbing and flooring. All sites were equipped with secure entrances.

The project also included the demolition of the outdated Hillcrest building with the restoration of that site to athletic fields, the construction of a replacement auxiliary gym at the High School, and relocation of the District offices to the Grade School.

Education Market Leader

Craig Uhlenbrauck / Vice President, Education, Education


Kewaunee School District


17,220 SF addition | 45,730 SF remodel | 10,600 SF new


September 2017

Architect / Engineer:

Eppstein Uhen Architects

Additional Info:

Video: Referendum to Reality Kewaunee District Administrator Karen Treml shares the importance of nurturing relationships and creating trust throughout the pre-referendum, design, and construction processes. The District passed a $16.2 million referendum to renovate the high school and elementary school, and the result is all about Building Dreams.