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School District of Cudahy

Multiple Projects Transform School District | Cudahy, WI

Post-referendum, major design efforts renovated The Cudahy High School Herman W. Ladish Career and Technical Education Lab with a metal, wood, auto, fabrication lab and computer lab area as well as FACS, a culinary classroom for both residential and commercial kitchens, storage, nurse classroom, interior design, and collaboration space.

GROTH Design Group led a year-long study to redefine facilities for technical education and the family & consumer sciences programs in the Cudahy High School.

High School improvements

  • Classroom and academic areas
  • Girls’ team locker room
  • Updates for corridor walls, stage, and parking
  • School spirit painting projects

General Mitchell Elementary

  • Plaza and main entrance
  • New canopy
  • Finishes in library and computer lab

J.E. Jones and Park View Elementary Schools

  • Elevator addition
  • Toilet room remodeling

Cudahy Middle School

  • New bleachers
  • New wheelchair lift


  • Flooring
  • Offices
  • Board room
  • Exterior facade

A total of 51 different projects were a part of Phase Three and were completed in 2017.




Square Footage



Accessories Coordination
Adjacency Study
Design Development
Consensus Building
Construction Documents
Furniture Consultation
Full Architecture
Interior Design
Schematic Design
Space Planning

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