As contractors prepare a 27-hour concrete pour to lay the foundation for the 1.1 million-square-foot Northwestern Mutual tower, significant coordination will have preceded their activity.
Jeff Paar (from left), Nathan Lovas and Frank Vassar, all with the Pewaukee office of Madison based Klein-Dickert Co. Inc. and all members of the Glaziers, Architectural Metal Workers & Glassworkers Union, Local 1204, set the final two windows on the 30th floor of The Mod[...]
Barrett Visionary Development and J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. met all Emerging Business Enterprise and Resident Preference Program set-asides on The Moderne in 2011, according to a Department of City Development report.
John Beier guides a hopper loaded with cement into position Tuesday while pouring the mechanical penthouse over the 30th floor of the Moderne in Milwaukee.
The sun sets Tuesday over The Moderne under construction in Milwaukee.
Steve Podevels of Best Erectors Inc., Milwaukee, makes final adjustments on recently installed doors on the 11th floor of the Moderne on Dec. 13 in Milwaukee.
A proposal to triple the length of condominium warranties is raising fears that a parade of frivolous repair claims will trample developers.
Jerry Nelson of Chilstrom Erecting Corp., West Milwaukee, ties rebar while preparing for a pour that will make up the 18th level of The Moderne on Oct. 12 in Milwaukee.
When the Milwaukee Common Council in July approved a $4.6 million loan to help pay for the second phase of the North End apartments, city officials praised the complex as a cornerstone of the city's riverfront redevelopment.
[caption id="attachment_72905" align="alignnone" width="635" caption="A crew (below) with J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., Madison, finishes a concrete pour on the ninth level of The Moderne on Friday in Milwaukee. Kory Danielson (above), an employee of Chilstrom Erecting Corp., West Milwaukee, and a member of Iron Workers Local 8, ties rebar for a column while preparing for the pour. J.H. Findorff i[...]
By Jack Zemlicka Wisconsin’s legalization of carrying concealed weapons could lead to more businesses pulling the trigger on commercial leases. While developers and property owners are figuring out what the […]
[caption id="attachment_71117" align="alignnone" width="451" caption="Jeff Meiklejohn (above) and Jason Reid (below), employees of J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., Madison, prepare for a concrete pour on the site of The Moderne on Thursday. The Moderne, a 30-story, $55.2 million housing project, will take about two years to complete. (Staff photos by Kevin Harnack)"][/caption]
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