Edina High School expansion

Curtainwall, windows, and entrances.

Edina High SchoolThe Edina High School expansion project adds 142,000 square feet to the 40-year-old facility and provides 21st-century updates such as flexible spaces for individual and group learning, up to 30 new teaching stations, security and classroom improvements, a renovated media center, and added offices.

Edina High School

Empirehouse teamed with Kraus-Anderson Construction and Wold Architects as the Architectural Glass and Metal Contractor for the Edina High School expansion project. Construction began in Spring 2016 and wrapped up just in time for the 2017-2018 school year.

The architectural glass and glazing scope brings in natural daylighting throughout the new addition through curtainwall, store front, heavy-tempered glass doors and walls which provide strength and offer an open and transparent learning environment.

Other glass and glazing features include School Guard Glass for added security.

Edina High School Curtainwall

Curtainwall with School Guard Glass for added security.


Edina High School Glass Conference Room

One of eight all-glass conference rooms. This sliding door and fixed side lite system is composed with ½” clear tempered glass, polished edges, and is finished off with a custom frit pattern. One-hundred-and-four glass units make up the all-glass conference rooms throughout the Edina High School addition and renovation areas.


Edina High School curtainwall and glass doors

Curtainwall and glass doors.


Edina High School Curtainwall



Edina High School Hive

Glass walls and entrance.

Owner: Independent School District #273
Contractor: Kraus Anderson
Architect: Wold Architects
Architectural Glass & Metal Contractor: Empirehouse

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Edina High School Expansion Photo Gallery: (Click to enlarge)

Edina HS frame installation

Pictured are Edina High School students watching from the existing facility as Empirehouse field installers set frames into the new main entrance area.