Park Elementary Site Development

Photo Credit to JakeRost Photography

Project Description

The Middleton-Cross Plains School District proposed referenda to build, update, and provide for operations, at a total of $143 million in improvements. This project consisted of building a 525-student elementary school next to Pope Farm Conservancy; renovating and expanding Middleton High School; relocating Clark Street Community School to the high school; adding a cafeteria to and renovating Park Elementary School; and converting the current Clark Street Community School building into a 4-year-old kindergarten/early childhood site.

Park Elementary was the only elementary school in the district that did not have a cafeteria. $3.8 million in referendum dollars was used to complete this new addition.

Part of the project involved relocating playground and outdoor spaces to accommodate the new cafeteria. Additionally, the parking lot was expanded and drainage improved.

Vierbicher worked with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District to provide stormwater management, utility design, sidewalks, and infrastructure.

The addition was completed in time for the 2020-2021 school year.


Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)


Cross Plains, Wisconsin




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