Building for the Next Generation

Our Projects

Carleton College, Weitz Center for Creativity

Educational

Project Description

Combination of demolition, additions to and remodeling of an old middle school that was constructed in phases in 1910, 1934 and 1954. Carleton’s vision for the project was an interdisciplinary workshop that transforms teaching and learning in the following ways: an innovative facility that fosters creative collaboration; centralized support for multimedia and interactive technologies; uniquely flexible multipurpose spaces; and community spaces that encourage students, faculty and neighbors to gather and visit..

PROJECT SIZE

135,000 SF

Architect

MS&R

Location

Northfield, MN

Education

McGough has been building, renovating, remodeling and expanding educational facilities for more than 60 years. We feel honored to have had the opportunity to construct many of the places – classrooms, science laboratories, libraries, student housing, and recreational and performing arts facilities – where students’ lives have been, and continue to be, shaped for generations to come.

Contact Dan Malecha or Dan McKay to learn more.

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Dan McKay

Vice President, Higher Education

Dan Malecha

Regional Vice President, Minnesota