The same day that Gov. Scott Walker signed legislation paving the way for $250 million in public financing for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena, other state officials approved up to $10 million worth of maintenance and repairs for the team’s current home.Read More »
Rather than an empty industrial building, there are now hundreds of office workers contributing to the local economy, interacting with and enjoying the area's amenities, such as the Hank Aaron Trail adjacent to the property.Read More »
With so much said and written about political contributions made by the development team that was not selected to rebuild the massive Hill Farms complex, it might not be bad to talk a bit about the team that was actually chosen.Read More »
Eppstein Uhen Architects Inc. Eppstein Uhen Architects Inc., Milwaukee, won four Sustainability Energy Efficiency Awards from the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance. The company won the Focus on Energy Award of Excellence for its work on the Northwestern Mutual Van Buren ...Read More »
State officials plan to meet with representatives of four development teams the week of Dec. 15 to discuss their plans to rebuild the state office building that now houses the Wisconsin Department of Transportation on Madison’s west side.
Tagged with: C. G. Schmidt Eppstein Uhen Architects Hammes Co. Hill Farms Ken Saiki Design M.A Mortenson Miron Construction Plunkett Raysich Architects Potter Lawson Smith Gilbane T. Wall Enterprises Vandewalle & Associates Wangard PartnersRead More »