State officials this week inked a $65.7 million contract with JP Cullen, of Janesville, to build a new gymnasium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The Milwaukee Public Museum announced Thursday that it has chosen various contractors, including Mortenson Construction, to design and build a new home that it will share with the Betty Brinn Children's Museum in downtown Milwaukee.
The Resch Expo, primarily an exhibition hall, stands next to Lambeau Field and is connected to the Resch Center, an existing arena
The architecture firm Kahler Slater is planning to move its headquarters to the recently completed BMO Tower in downtown Milwaukee — a 25-story building it helped designed.
Kahler Slater has announced it is expanding its U.S. footprint to Chicago with the hire of architect Trina Sandschafer, who will serve as design principal and vice president.
Devin Sutherland has joined Kahler Slater's Business Environments Team and will focus on the Corporate, Hospitality, Multi-Family and Senior Living Markets as the Business Development and Marketing Manager.
The Pointe is to be built on the last open lot at the East Mequon Corporate Center and will be the first new office building put up in the north suburban market in the past 15 years.
Think you've got a busy weekend ahead? It could be worse.
What's that in the Milwaukee skyline? It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a crane. A 280-foot-tall crane went up this weekend at the site of the BMO Tower, a 25-story office and parking complex under construction at 790 N. Water St., across from city hall in downtown Milwaukee. The crane will be a part of Milwaukee's skyline for the next 18 months as crews work to complete the tower by December 201[...]
The Willmore Center serves as the main health and wellness center on Ripon's campus, houses the college's athletic and exercise-science departments and is home of several of its athletic teams.
Sam Statz, vice president of construction at Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, has become the firm's new majority owner.
The expansion work will take up space in a section of the YMCA's parking lot, and may also require parts of the track and fitness center to be temporarily closed to patrons.
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