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This project involved updates to the University of Minnesota’s Child Development Center (CDC) resulting from the unification of the Shirley G. Moore Lab School and the CDC. The 31,939 sf renovation and addition provides space for the combined programs and operations (including 140 full-day and 100 half-day children).

Work included 13 classrooms, two curriculum libraries, two multi-purpose rooms, demonstration kitchen/art room/maker space, a wider entrance for easier pick-ups and drop-offs, a classroom with 40-50 student capacity, new and reconfigured administrative office space, research space suite, expanded kitchen, improved technology, teaching/observation rooms and building code updates.

Lab School-Child Development Center

Minneapolis, MN

University of Minnesota
Miller Dunwiddie
OWNER
ARCHITECT