The new Waukesha City Hall is substantially complete and officially opened to the public on January 25th.
Breaking ground in September 2019, the new Waukesha City Hall site was formerly an existing parking lot on top of a 30-foot grade with a construction footprint 11 feet from the adjacent existing City Hall. Now that the building is complete, the project team begins the second phase. Second phase scope includes razing the existing City Hall and finished landscaping.
This is a staple project for Greenfire, one that includes many challenges. Besides the complex structural steel design, considerable challenges include site logistics and environment, working within an active campus, and connecting a 110,000 pound, 183.5’ steel skywalk.
We are extremely proud of the exceptional work demonstrated by the project team and could not be more pleased with how smoothly the project went and the final product. We would like to thank Daniel Grams, Project Manager, Gene Widenski, Superintendent, and Eric Rank, Assistant Superintendent, for their hard work and determination. It is an honor to serve as the construction manager on this project and we thank the City of Waukesha and BWBR for the opportunity.