Cranbrook lands $181M for renovations, improvements

Cranbrook has surpassed its $150 million fundraising goal one year early, bringing in $181 million that will be used for a combination of projects, including major renovations to the school’s campus.

About $75 million will be spent on new construction or renovation projects at the Bloomfield Hills school. Among those projects are the construction of a new Girls Middle School and the renovation and expansion of the Boys Middle School. The Quads and Kingsford copper roofs will also undergo a restoration.

The Cranbrook Art Museum is scheduled for a complete renovation, including the addition of a new Collections Wing to will provide public access to the museum’s entire collection.

The Cranbrook Institute of Science will receive a new group entrance and parking structure. The Planetarium will receive a technology upgrade while classroom space is renovated and two new anthropology halls are added.

More than 28,000 people gave to the fundraising campaign. For information, click here.

Source: Cranbrook Schools
Writer: Jon Zemke