Passing the Referendum
After a Bray-led, four-year planning and community engagement campaign, the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District passed a $60 million referendum with 68% support. Read about Bray’s engagement services
Responding to the Site
The building form closely follows the boundary of the adjacent Pheasant Branch Conservancy. Large, floor-to-ceiling windows play a dual-purpose role by providing stunning views of the landscape and filling the learning spaces with natural light.
Space for Community Use
The three-story wing of the building features an environmental education center for student and community use and allows direct access to the conservancy for research, study, and restoration.
Having been Energy Star certified multiple times since the project was complete, Kromrey reflects the desires of both the school district and the community to embrace sustainability.