Madison-based Stevens Construction and Milwaukee-based Pierce Engineers helped deliver the apartment community project.
This is the third apartment project M&R Development has embarked on in Wisconsin since 2020. The company is also the developer of the 42 Hundred on the Lake, a 236-unit apartment building in St. Francis, and Elevate, a 270-unit complex in Madison.
ADDRESS: 4200 S. Lake Drive, St. Francis SIZE: 236 apartments, ranging from 583 square feet to 1,204 square feet START OF CONSTRUCTION: Winter 2020 COMPLETION: Spring 2021 GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Stevens […]
Madison officials this week put off recommending a developer for the construction of a high-rise at the city's Judge Doyle Square development amid questions over the standards the various companies competing for the job would use in paying and hiring workers.
The Glendale senior community is one of several developments that have been built as part of Texas-based Caddis' expansion in the Midwest in the past two years.
Crews work at the site of The Lyric Apartments on Wednesday in Madison.
Stevens Construction is building The Reserve at Mayfair in Wauwatosa.
Crews working with Madison-based Stevens Construction construct the State Street Station project on Feb. 8 in Wauwatosa.
Crews from Madison-based Stevens Construction brave the weather Jan. 3 during construction of The Reserve at Mayfair in Wauwatosa.
Employees of Madison-based Stevens Construction construct the State Street Station project on Oct. 11 in Wauwatosa.
A state appeals court has found that Stevens Construction does not have to pay penalties for firing an employee after his recovery from an on-the-job injury.
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