Construction projects

McCloud Construction of New Berlin has begun construction on several projects, including:

– A 27,158-square-foot addition to the Academy of Lithonia in Lithonia, Ga.
– An auction facility for Adesa Auto Auction in Orlando, Fla.
– Remodeling projects on Bank of America locations throughout Florida
– Remodeling of a Kohl’s distribution center in Menomonee Falls
– A water treatment plant in Bonita Springs, Fla.
The company has also recently completed construction on several projects, including:
– River Crest Shopping Center, Menomonee Falls
– Bell Heights Shopping Center, Appleton
– Remodeling and expansion of a trucking facility addition for Schneider National in Gary, Ind.
– A seven-building, 200-acre, automobile auction facility for Manheim Auto Auction, Detroit, Mich.

CG Schmidt Inc. of Milwaukee has completed construction of the 3,000-space General Mitchell International Airport parking structure. The six-level structure is designed to match the airport’s existing parking structure and includes circular helices and entry and exit plazas for hourly and daily parking. Pedestrian moving walkways were added from the garage to the terminal.

B. Oliver Construction Co. has completed the 25,000-square-foot renovation and expansion of an existing building at International Food Solutions in Germantown. The project utilized structural steel and precast panels. Other features of the renovation include dock equipment, cooler, mixing rooms, new offices, bathrooms, lunchroom and paving modifications.

Beyer Construction has been awarded a contract to renovate and expand Tripoli Country Club at 7401 North 43rd St., Brown Deer. Major improvements to the existing clubhouse include reconstruction of the canopy and main entrance and renovation of the bar area. Construction of an addition will accommodate a new dining room and elevator installation. The project is slated for completion by the beginning of the 2003 golf season. Architectural design is by The Zimmerman Design Group, Wauwatosa.

First Bank Financial Centre, Oconomowoc, has selected MSI General, Oconomowoc, for renovation of its headquarters. Renovations will be made to the existing bank lobby, teller line, second floor lobby and portions of the lower level.
Innovative Picking Technologies, Dousman, has selected MSI General to design and construct a 10,500-square-foot new facility on Industrial Drive in Ixonia. The Dousman company provides paperless order fulfillment systems.

Wahlgren Schwenn, Menomonee Falls, has begun construction on a 27,000-square-foot headquarters building for IDC Aerospace, a subsidiary of Zodiac Intertechnique, Paris. The facility is being constructed on a 4.4-acre parcel in the Silver Spring Technology Park, Menomonee Falls.

Briohn Bulding, Pewaukee, has been awarded a contract to design and construct a 6,550-square-foot office, warehouse and distribution facility for Gonnella Banking Company. The project is located at 4630 S. Brust Ave., St. Francis.
Briohn has also recently completed several projects at Brookfield Towne Center in the 1900 block of W. Capitol Drive, including:
– A 20,000-square-foot tenant improvement for Furniture Clearance Center
– A 10,000-suare-foot, two-story bank and office building for Lincoln State Bank and a 3,650-square-foot restaurant for Safafina’s Pasteria
– A 3,650-square-foot office, retail and showroom facility for Lil Gabriel Boutique & Galleria
– A 1,636-square-foot retail tenant improvement for Bath Mania.
Briohn has also completed a 4,000-square-foot multi-tenant building for BenJo, at 10380 W. Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee, and has completed 2,100 square feet in tenant improvements at the building for Beauty Secret and another 1,900 square feet of build-out services for Guaranty Bank.

J.P. Cullen & Sons, Brookfield, has been awarded major projects in South Milwaukee and Janesville, and Freeport, Ill.
– J.P. Cullen will serve as general contractor for a 300,000-square-foot, two-story addition to South Milwaukee High School. The addition will include technical education, science and academic classrooms, a new commons and a four-station gymnasium with a new locker room. The project is scheduled for completion in August 2004.
– In Dodgeville, J.P. Cullen will construct a 280,000-square-foot warehouse. Work is to be completed by September.
In Freeport, the firm has also been retained to construct a 40,000-square-foot library, replacing a 1902 structure also built by Cullen.

Early View Academy of Excellence, 7132 W. Good Hope Rd., has awarded Anderson-Ashton, New Berlin, the contract for conversion of a 27,000-square-foot Budget Cinema movie theater into a new school. The school will include 14 classrooms, three computer labs, music and art rooms, a cafeteria and a multi-purpose auditorium/gymnasium. Work will be completed in the spring.
The firm has also been hired by Heider & Bott Co. to construct a 4,500-square-foot warehouse building addition at 3840 N. Palmer St., Milwaukee.

Bukacek Construction, Racine, will construct and renovate an office site in downtown Racine for the Jeffrey Leavel law firm. The law offices at 723 S. Main St., Racine, will be renovated, and four new, private offices will be constructed.
Bukacek has also completed the foundation for a 170,000-square-foot building for Texas-based McLane Food Distribution’s project in Racine’s Grandview Industrial Park.

Voss Jorgensen Schueller, Waukesha, has been hired as construction manager for new construction at St. Rita Parish, 4433 Douglas Ave., Racine. The $4 million construction project includes a new sanctuary and gathering space. Completion is scheduled for 2004.
Voss Jorgensen Schueller has also completed work as general contractor for renovations to the Hickory Building at the Village at Manor Park, 8545 W. Beloit Rd., West Allis. Work included the renovation of the 48-unit Hickory Building’s HVAC system.

Building Service Inc., Milwaukee, has been awarded work including design, architecture and construction of new examination rooms at the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center 1337 S. Cesar A. Chavez Dr., Milwaukee. The new space will be devoted to preventative women’s health services.

San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, N.M., has hired Kahler Slater Architects, Milwaukee, to remodel and expand its existing hospital.
The $55 million addition and renovation project will consist of four separate phases to include an east tower addition, east tower renovation, new outpatient center and a bed modernization.

Feb. 7, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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