Richard Hensley is the chief executive officer of InvestorsBank, Waukesha. He has 34 years of experience in the banking industry, having worked at financial institutions such as Johnson Bank, Marshall & Ilsley Corp. and Meridian Capital Group LLC. InvestorsBank’s clients include contractors and construction-related businesses.
Published: November 10, 2010
Tags: Department of City Development, Generac Power Systems, Kern Center, Lee Holloway, Lipscomb, Marcoux, Marshall & Ilsley Corp., Mester, Milwaukee School of Engineering, MSOE, Park East, Tom Barrett, Uihlein-Wilson Architects
By Marie Rohde Milwaukee County officials are throwing cold water on the Milwaukee School of Engineering’s proposal to build a $30 million parking structure and athletic field in the Park East corridor. “I have concerns,” said County Supervisor Theo Lipscomb, acting chairman of the committee that would have to approve the sale of the land [...]
The Milwaukee School of Engineering will build a $30 million, in-ground parking facility topped with an athletic field, a small restaurant and a small park on a portion of the Park East Corridor. The development will largely be supported by a donation made by Robert and Patricia Kern, founders of Generac Power Systems of Waukesha, [...]
Paul Snyder firstname.lastname@example.org The estimated $100 million Union Corners development proposed for Madison is dead, but Mayor Dave Cieslewicz said he wants to attract another developer to bring the long vacant site to life. “I’m confident that as we come out of the recession there will be something else for that site,” he said. “It’s [...]