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Beyer Construction, New Berlin, completed construction of a 20,600-square-foot addition for Divine Savior Lutheran Church at 3200 Hwy. K South in Hartford. Construction of the addition includes a finished basement. The upper level now includes a new 480-seat sanctuary with balcony, a new gathering space, kitchenette, bathrooms, elevator and storage areas.

The lower level of the project includes 10 new classrooms, a youth room and gathering space, children’s education office, kitchenette, bathrooms, storage and mechanical rooms. Renovation of selected existing areas, site work and development of new parking areas was included in the scope of services.

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KVG Building of Pewaukee has completed work on a Cousin’s Subs shop at 206 S. Pine St., Burlington. The company also has been awarded the contract for a Cousin’s at 437 W. Paradise Dr. in West Bend.

Jens Construction, Pewaukee, has completed construction of the First Weber Group offices in Glendale. The 9,000-square-foot offices are located at 4650 N. Port Washington Rd. in the Barnabas Business Center.
The company also has completed the removal and replacement of 25,000 square feet of concrete floor slab within an operating food processing plant for CHR Hansen Inc., New Berlin. Jens simultaneously constructed an ammonia cooling system in the same building.

Briohn Building, Pewaukee, has been contracted to construct retail and office spaces in Waukesha and Milwaukee counties.
The company will design and build a 30,000-square-foot retail store for Always 99 Cents at 3600 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin. Briohn will also design and build a 2,400-square-foot office expansion for Union Transport at 5120 International Dr., Cudahy.

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Selzer-Onrst Co., Wauwatosa, has announced its selection for several projects It will act as project manager for the Harambee Early Learning Center on Auer Avenue, Milwaukee. The 17,214-square-foot brick building will feature two octagonal towers and several dormers. It was designed by BHS Architects, Milwaukee.
Selzer-Ornst has also been selected as construction manager for the Summit Office Place I project on the site of the former Allis-Chalmers complex in West Allis. Selzer-Ornst will manage construction of the 44,000-square-foot office building along with tenant improvements. The project was designed by Renner Architects, Milwaukee, and is scheduled for completion in the fall.
The company also has been retained to expand and renovate the Boelter Company Food Service Showroom, including expansion of the food preparation/demonstration area and renovation of existing storage spaces into showroom space.
Selzer Ornst will complete the design/build renovation of an autobody shop – Marshall Services of Waukesha, and construction of a loading dock for Action Metals, Milwaukee.

KPH Construction, Milwaukee, is working with St. Michael Hospital in Milwaukee to upgrade its fire damper system. The project is in the first of a five-phase process scheduled for completion in 2005.

May 2, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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