Published: May 10, 2013
Tags: AIA, American Institute of Architects, Capitol Heating and Power Plant, Clock Shadow Building, Continuum Architects and Planners, Flad Architecture and Engineering, Gastrau Fuerer & Associates, HGA Architects and Engineers*, Johnsen Schmaling Architects, KEE Architecture, Madrigrano Family Residence Hall, Topo House, Workshop Architects
The Wisconsin chapter of the American Institute of Architects has recognized seven projects with 2013 Design Awards.
Published: May 2, 2013
Tags: COA Youth & Family Centers, HGA Architects and Engineers*, Milwaukee, Selig-Joseph Theater, VJS Construction Services
The Selig-Joseph Theater in Milwaukee represents a departure from the ordinary both in its design and its symbolism for a neighborhood.
Published: December 10, 2012
Tags: HGA Architects and Engineers*, Mortenson Construction, Union Depot, URS Corp.
Minneapolis-based Mortenson Construction has completed a $243 million restoration of St. Paul’s Union Depot train station. The renovation will allow for the return of passenger transit services to the station since it closed in 1971.
Published: May 3, 2012
Tags: d'Andre Willis, David Voss III, HGA Architects and Engineers*, John Desch, Miron Construction Co. Inc., Rita Tallent Picken, Rita Tallent Picken Regional Center for Arts and Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, UW-Parkside
A four-year, $31 million construction project at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha has improved the school’s music, theatre and visual arts facilities for students and the community.
Published: March 2, 2012
Tags: BIM, HGA Architects and Engineers*, J&L Steel & Electrical Services, Metrodome, Mortenson Construction, Rachel Contracting, TCF Bank Stadium, Vikings
The proposed Minnesota Vikings stadium site just east of the Metrodome has its share of challenges, but nothing insurmountable from a construction standpoint.
Published: December 1, 2010
Tags: commercial real estate, Federal Plaza, Hennepin Steam Building, HGA Architects and Engineers*, Hillcrest Development, Hilton Minneapolis, Metrodome Square, Minn 3 LLC, Minneapolis, MinnWest Bank, RSP Architects, Sherman Group, State Bank & Trust, Valspar
By Burl Gilyard Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — It sounds like a horror movie. In other parts of the country, commercial real estate pros have started to use the term “zombie buildings” to describe structures that sit empty or are otherwise distressed. Minneapolis has a growing number of its own zombies. Buildings in and around [...]
Published: October 4, 2010
Tags: Cargill Education Center, Heart of the Zoo, HGA Architects and Engineers*, M.A. Mortenson, Minnesota Zoo, Target Learning Center
By Brian Johnson Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — The Minnesota Zoo is a mini oasis of construction activity in an otherwise dry market. As of this month, construction is under way on all aspects of the $20 million first phase of the zoo’s Heart of the Zoo initiative, which includes a new environmental education center, [...]
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org Madison is sticking to its shortlist of design teams for the reconstruction of Central Library even though the project has changed and other architects have expressed interest. “Knowing now what the plan is, I think the city could get a lot more interest from national firms and a lot better response than [...]
Published: August 21, 2009
Tags: Cherie Claussen, HGA Architects and Engineers*
Sean Ryan email@example.com Cherie Claussen, who died this month at age 55, is remembered by her colleagues as a consummate professional. Claussen, principal at HGA Architects and Engineers, Milwaukee, died of cancer on Aug. 7, four years after being diagnosed. Claussen refused to let the disease stop her from continuing her life, said Cynthia Mueller, [...]
Published: March 5, 2009
Tags: HGA Architects and Engineers*, Milwaukee Repertory Theater*, Peninsula Players Theatre in Fish Creek*, Raymond Kent, Scott Georgeson, The Skylight*, United States Institute for Theatre Technology Inc.*, Westlake Reed Leskosky
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Georgeson says he remembers a theater conference five years ago where no technicians showed up for the architecture sessions. But those same technicians — lighting designers, set designers and theater managers –pointed out the flaws of building designs during the conferenceâ€™s theater tours, said Georgeson, senior associate and theater architect for [...]