Wall-Tech Inc.’s Mark Hildebrand builds metal studs Jan. 25 at the Madison Central Library.
Todd Anderson of Wall-Tech Inc., Madison, rides a lift Nov. 21 while working on an exposed section of the Madison Central Library.
Kevin Smith of H.J. Martin & Son Inc., Green Bay, caulks and seals windows on the third floor of the Madison Central Library on Nov. 21.
Karl Drengberg of Capital Steel Erectors Inc., Blue Mounds, welds decking material Sept. 18 while at the Madison Central Library.
Randall Kamenick of J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., Madison, removes an excess piece of metal May 15 from the Madison Central Library in Madison.
Chris Landsverk of J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., Madison, repairs a concrete column on the second floor of the Madison Central Library on May 15.
Published: December 29, 2011
Tags: Central Public Library, Cullen, DBE, Findorff, J.H. Findorff & Son, J.P. Cullen & Sons, Larry Palm, Madison Central Library, Mark Clear, Mike May, Rich Lynch, Scott Resnick
Three Madison aldermen want the city to rebid the Central Public Library reconstruction, not because of the threat of a lawsuit, but because, they say, it’s the right thing to do.
Published: December 20, 2011
Tags: Block 100 Foundation, Findorff, J.H. Findorff & Son, Jason Tish, Jerome Frautschi, Madison, Madison Central Library, Madison Trust for Historic Preservation, Overture Center for the Arts, Pleasant Rowland, Potter Lawson, State Street
The names behind a proposed State Street redevelopment project worry Madison preservationists more than the threat of change.
By James Briggs Madison’s Central Library is about to have a more welcoming handshake, according to the latest drawings from Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Ltd., the design firm in charge of the library’s $29.5 million renovation. The building is likely to include an expansive glass atrium at the main entrance and a new entrance on [...]
Published: October 15, 2010
Tags: Becher Hoppe Associates, coffeehouse, community events center, Department of Agriculture, Department of Commerce, fire department, library, Madison Central Library, maintenance garage, Nashville, Sleeter, town hall, Wausau
By James Briggs A northern Wisconsin town is set to start construction next week on a project that will cram a city’s worth of infrastructure into less than a block of space. The town of Nashville, which has fewer than 2,000 residents, is building a 15,000-square-foot complex that will house a town hall, library, maintenance [...]