AP Celebrates the Grand Opening of a Community Learning Center in Tucson

Tucson, Arizona – September 11, 2023 – Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), a top national construction management firm and general contractor, along with the Flowing Wells School District and BWS Architects celebrated the grand opening of a community learning center in Tucson. This is AP’s most recent project completion in southern Arizona.

The grand opening ceremony featured speeches from the project’s partners, a musical performance by the district’s orchestra students and guided tours of the newly unveiled facility. More than 50 individuals were in attendance to commemorate this exciting milestone.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate the grand opening of this remarkable community learning center, a testament to the power of collaboration, dedication, and the shared vision of creating a brighter future for the Tucson community,” said Mark Mitchell, vice president and general manager of AP Southwest. “Together, we’ve built not just a structure but a legacy of learning, and we look forward to the positive impact it will have on generations to come.”

Situated at 1440 W. Prince Rd, this 11,109-square-foot complex comprises an 8,373-square-foot professional development center and a 2,817-square-foot classroom building. Designed by BWS Architects, its primary purpose is to serve as a community center and preschool facility for the local North Tucson area. Within the complex, visitors will find a community learning area, offices dedicated to professional development, open office workstations, preschool classrooms, an enclosed play yard and an outdoor gathering patio.

“The Flowing Wells School District is grateful for this outstanding Community Learning Center, which will serve as a hub to engage our community in innovative ways. Our voters believed in this vision when they passed the 2017 bond election, and it is wonderful to see it opened for business! Thank you to BWS Architects and Adolfson & Peterson Construction for making the vision a reality,” said Dr. Kevin Stoltzfus, superintendent of Flowing Wells School District.

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