Oregon High School

This project was the largest component of a successful $54.6 million referendum held in November, 2014. With a total cost of $36,775,000, the project includes both additions and renovations to the existing building and District Athletic Fields adjoining the school site.

The physical education/athletic addition features a new competition gymnasium, fitness and performance space, weight/cardio equipment area, and varsity locker rooms. A new secure entry, main office, and art gallery complete the space. The two-story academic addition introduces additional classroom space, public and semi-public collaboration areas, and a geothermal mechanical system.

Project renovations form new STEAM classrooms, collaboration areas, four instructional classrooms, and a new science lab. Other renovations result in student services offices, physical education locker rooms, a new media center in the library, and an expanded cafeteria and servery. Flexible learning spaces, providing further accommodation for both the student body and community, are were also created.

Bray supported the district throughout the study and pre-referendum phases that led to a successful referendum. Construction was recently completed in September 2017.

Award: The Daily Reporter – Top Project, 2017

Location: Oregon, WI     Size of Physical Education Addition: 78,800 square feet    Size of Academic Addition: 33,430 square feet     Cost: $30,488,000

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