The Wisconsin Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) recently donated $2,500 to America’s Second Harvest of Wisconsin. "Second Harvest is an incredibly important asset to the community by helping those in time of need," said Bob Gintoft, president of the SIOR Wisconsin Chapter. "The Wisconsin Chapter of SIOR felt it was important to help those in need of support, especially during the holiday season. We are grateful to have organizations such as Second Harvest helping the community and are proud to be a donor."
Appleton-based The Boldt Company won four categories at the 2007 Build Wisconsin awards presented by the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin. The company won the Environmental Excellence Award for its addition to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, an award in the General Contractor/New Construction category for the 290,000-square-foot Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin corporate center in Wauwatosa, an award in the Design/Build Renovation category for the Fox Cities Children’s Museum expansion project in Appleton and an award in the Municipal Utility/Underground Construction-Renovation category for the rebuilding of a 1979-vintage paper machine for a plant in Whiting.
The Airport Gateway Business Association recently unveiled the Gateway to Milwaukee project, which will include a beautification plan for the area, an interactive Web site (www.gatewaytomilwaukee.com) and an ad campaign. "We are excited to share our plan to beautify and market the Gateway area," said Gregg Lindner, president of the association.
Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects was selected recently to design a new multi-purpose community center in Deerfield, Wis.