Two of our projects were recently selected as winners for The Daily Reporter’s Top Projects of 2021. The Forest County Potawatomi Community Center and Waukesha City Hall were selected after much deliberation by a panel of local real estate experts. The publication received over 100 nominations for the awards which recognize the most outstanding projects completed last year in Wisconsin.
An awards ceremony will be held on May 11th to recognize all of the winners and tell the stories of how the projects came to be, and the challenges the teams had to overcome. Profiles for each project will also be published in a special edition.
The Forest County Potawatomi Community Center is new construction of a 110,000 SF recreation and wellness center on the Forest County Potawatomi Reservation in Crandon. The Community Center is a result of years of planning, hard work and determination with a variety of special materials, features, and native cultural influence.
Waukesha City Hall is new construction of a 55,000 SF structural steel government building constructed at the crest of a 30-foot hill and sits 11 feet from the existing City Hall. This was a multi-phase project which consisted of new building construction, the addition of a skywalk over North Avenue, demolition of the existing City Hall, and subsequent site landscaping.
We are proud to have two cornerstone projects like these in our portfolio, especially one that we built for our owner, the Forest County Potawatomi. We would like to thank all of our project partners for the amazing opportunity to build these award-winning projects!