Construction projects

Last updated on May 13th, 2019 at 02:24 pm

The following construction projects have been announced:

McCloud Construction, New Berlin, has recently completed 25,000 square feet of remodeling for ITT Technical College at 6300 W. Layton Ave., Greenfield.
McCloud Financial Facilities, New Berlin, is completing the addition and remodel for Peoples Credit Union at 4801 S. Packard Ave. Cudahy.

The Milwaukee design build firm, La Macchia Group has been awarded the construction contract by Waukesha Small Animal Hospital for its new building, approximately 5,000 square feet, to be located in Sussex. The building will feature a surgical unit and provide the area with a higher standard of care for pets. Construction was set to begin in July.
The La Macchia Group has been awarded two contracts by Milwaukee Metropolitan Credit Union (MMCU) to manage the design, construction and renovation of work to be done at the Oklahoma Avenue and Swan Drive branch office locations. Construction is planned to begin this fall and will take approximately three months to complete.

The Jansen Group has completed Avalon Square, 222 Park Place, Waukesha. The 227,510-square-foot multi-phase project involves remodeling of an existing facility for 68 independent units, 52 assisted living units and 27 community-based residential facility units.
The Jansen Group has completed Gilda’s Club, 4050 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. The existing 7,300-square-foot building was renovated and 900 square feet of space was added.

The Redmond Co. (TRC), Waukesha, has been selected by Matteo’s Ristorante to design and manage the construction of an addition to the Italian restaurant currently at 1608 E. Sunset Dr. in Waukesha. Redmond’s in-house project designers and architects will design the 1,140-square-foot addition. TRC will also manage the construction of the $110,000 project that will begin in August.

West Allis Salvage Co. has broken ground on a 15,000-square-foot addition to its Waukesha Recycling Co. division at 1001 Tesch Ct., Waukesha. MSI General is in charge of the project. As part of the expansion, Piranah Paper Shredding, another West Allis Salvage division, will have its headquarters at the Waukesha site. The project cost is more than $500,000.
MSI General, Oconomowoc, will handle design and construction for Bryce Styza Co., Waukesha, for a 6,000-square-foot multi-tenant development at 308 Bridge St. in Burlington. Community State Bank will occupy 3,652 square feet of the new facility while Alpha Business Solutions, a management consulting firm, will occupy 2,140 square feet. The full-service bank office is expected to be open later this fall.
MSI General is handling design and renovation of the Outpost Natural Foods store on East Capitol Drive in Milwaukee. The refacing for the River Glen Marketplace building consists of a new facade and a new store vestibule. Remodeling of the food store consists of updating the interior spaces.
MSI General was selected to design and build the 1,500-square-foot Starbucks coffee shop at the Midtown Center at 56th Street and Capitol Drive in Milwaukee. Estimated completion is this fall.

The Paradise Theater in West Bend, built in 1994, will undergo an addition and renovation. Paradise Enterprises will add four screens to the existing six-screen complex, plus an expanded lobby and renovated concession stand. There will be 800 new seats in the four additional auditoriums. The new screens will feature Stealth Cinema Design, continental stadium seating, love seats with retractable armrests and digital sound. The expanded lobby will be created by enclosing the existing outside canopy. It will have a larger concession stand and more ticket-selling stations. Phase I of the project is expected to be done in November. Phase II will involve updates to the original six auditoriums.

Briohn Building, Pewaukee, was selected by Vici Capilli Salon and Beauty School to construct a 30,000-square-foot building at 4111 S. 10th St., Greenfield. The building will include a beauty and cosmetology school, a spa, and hair, skin, nail and tanning salons.
Briohn Building will design and build a 25,140-square-foot multi-tenant building for Hansen Storage. The project is at 5831 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Cudahy.

J.P. Cullen & Sons was selected for the $3.4 million Lake Geneva High School Auditorium and F&CE remodel. Completion is scheduled for August 2004.
Beyer Construction Inc., New Berlin, recently completed a construction project at Tripoli Country Club located at 7401 N. 43rd St. Brown Deer. Major improvements to the existing clubhouse include reconstruction of the canopy and main entrance, and renovation of the bar area. An addition accommodates a new dining room and elevator installation. The project also included general building renovations and updates.

July 25, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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