The largest of Dane County’s 16 solar arrays, this project will help local officials get even closer to their goal of having the county get all of its energy from carbon-free sources by 2050. The job-center array’s 498 panels are expected to generate 205,000 kilowatt hours a year. That will provide about 25 percent of the power used at the job center and save the county $18,000 a year.Read More »
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River Flats is a 92-unit multi-family apartment building in the heart of downtown Janesville. The de...
The Garden Prairie Intermediate School is a replacement of the Townview Elementary School in the Bel...
Phase 2 of this project continued renovating the rest of the first floor and the second and third fl...
The two new residence halls planned for Lakeland University will be the largest project in the unive...
The work added a 13,600-square-foot pool with a fabric dome for year-round use, a 6,000-square-foot ...
The project features a 10-foot wide sidewalk adjacent to the parking lot, which provides an elevated viewing area. To add depth and visual interest to the retaining wall, baseball bat and ball motifs have been cast into the concrete structure.Read More »
Banker Wire, a manufacturer of woven and welded-wire mesh for architectural and industrial uses, had its previous headquarters about two miles away from its new building. The new 182,000 headquarters consists of both corporate offices and a manufacturing plant.Read More »
The Highlands Business Park is meant to give industrial, food-service, health-care, general-service and retail businesses convenient access to Interstate 94. The park’s sites for individual businesses will range in size from 1 to 30 acres.Read More »
The developers strove to take a “resident-first” approach with this project and give tenants privacy and good views even though they are living only steps away from shops and restaurants on 27th Street in FranklinRead More »
Springs Window Fashions, a window-treatments company that has been in business since 1939, is undertaking a multi-million dollar renovation of its headquarters, which dates to 1964 and employs more than 500 people. Among other changes, the project will completely reconfigure the company’s corporate headquarters, giving it a state-of-the-art training center and an on-site fitness center.Read More »
Wheel & Sprocket’s new shop will be the first retail venture opened as part of the Ballpark Commons project in Franklin. Also at Ballpark Commons are Routine Field Baseball Stadium – where the minor league team the Milwaukee Milkmen play home games – soccer fields, apartments and senior-living residences, among other attractions.
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