The product of Milwaukee’s “native sons,” The Moderne has a local feel from the penthouse floor contractors to the atypical foundation.
In the mind of architect Dan Beyer, the Clock Shadow Building epitomizes the word “sustainability.” Not only does the commercial development incorporate almost too many green building principles to mention, it also brings economic stability to Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood.
It took a couple of years, but the German student’s BubbleDeck suggestion finally paid off for J.H. Findorff & Son.
Providing pedestrian access to the historic De Pere Lock presented construction and engineering managers with significant challenges.
Milwaukee County might circumvent its rules for requests for proposals by awarding to Graef-USA Inc. a contract to plan the move of county-owned utilities to prepare for the Zoo Interchange reconstruction.
Cracked and crumbling panels and failing sealant joints on two Milwaukee County buildings’ facades are more than a year overdue for repair, and construction contracts aren’t expected to be sought until next spring.
Published: May 25, 2011
Tags: Affiliated Engineers, Graef-USA, J.H. Findorff & Son, Madison, Morgridge Institute for Research, Mortenson, PSJ Engineering, The Ballinger Co., Top Projects 2010, Uihlein/Wilson Architects, University of Wisconsin-Madison, UW-Madison, WARF, Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery
In order to land a contract working on the $165 million Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery project in Madison, competing contractors J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. and M.A. Mortenson Co. had to work together.
By Joe Lanane Steve Roloff, expert witness, could trump Steve Roloff, chief operating officer, when weighing whether his engineering firm has a chance to work on the O’Donnell Park parking structure. Roloff, COO of Madison-based Arnold & O’Sheridan Inc., said the firm regularly works on parking structures such as downtown Milwaukee’s O’Donnell. But, he said, [...]
Published: August 2, 2010
Tags: Advance Cast Stone, Graef-USA, Inspec, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee County Correctional Facility-South, Milwaukee County Transit System, Milwaukee Public Museum, O'Donnell Park, parking garage, Scott Walker, Transit Center
By Justin Kern Special to The Daily Reporter Officials on Monday began determining the extent and cost of fixing the panels on the Milwaukee County Transit Center, one of two structures found by building inspectors to have problems during emergency inspections. Those inspections were prompted after a 13-ton concrete panel fell from the O‘Donnell Park [...]
Published: July 29, 2010
Tags: Chisholm, Chris Larson, collapse, county board, David Clarke, Department of Administration, Department of Transportation and Public Works, Dimitrijevic, Graef-USA, Inspec, Jerome Heer, Lee Holloway, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee County supervisors, O'Donnell Park, parking garage, Scott Walker, Takerian, Weishan
Three Milwaukee County supervisors on Thursday failed to force a public debate over whether there should be an independent investigation of the O’Donnell Park parking structure collapse.