Acuity Insurance’s new parking structure and fieldhouse are designed to accommodate its continued growth at the company’s Sheboygan corporate campus.
Though historic accounts place Capuchin Franciscan friars in the Americas during the 16th century, their history in Wisconsin began in 1856 when two friars from Switzerland came to Mount Calvary to establish the religious order there.
By the late 2010s, the center that houses Iowa County’s Jail and Sheriff’s Department had become outdated and was at capacity.
Velo Village is a residential neighborhood in Franklin’s Ballpark Commons, a 200-acre entertainment and sports district. The village is composed of 265 apartment homes in five modern residential buildings. A stand-alone, 3,100 square-foot clubhouse offers an outdoor swimming pool, among other features.
To rebuild 1,250 feet of the south breakwater of Sheboygan Harbor, Michels Construction encapsulated the existing breakwater in steel-sheet piles with an internal bracing system, then filled the annular space of the structure with 13,000 tons of clear stone.
The DeForest Area School District was recently faced with a “good” kind of problem: How to respond to enrollment growth.
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When the city of De Pere mades plans for West De Pere Intermediate School, Bray Architects collaborated with district officials and the public to find ways to accommodate a growing number of local 5th and 6th graders.
The Milwaukee Rehabilitation Hospital at Greenfield opened its doors to the public in late 2021 after a 12-month construction phase led by Catalyst Construction.
The Milwaukee Soldiers Home opened in 1867, one of the three original operations built in the country to care for veterans.
Marquette University’s St. Joan of Arc Chapel was built during the 15th century in southeastern France. More than 400 years later, the chapel ruins were moved to an estate in Brookville, New York, on Long Island. It was then bequeathed in 1964 to Marquette University, where it rests in the heart of the Milwaukee campus.
When Komatsu Mining Corp. decided to build its waterfront headquarters in Milwaukee’s Harbor District, the company turned to Hunzinger Construction to oversee the project.
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