3080 South Calhoun Road, New Berlin, WI 53151-3549 • (262) 789-6040

Our Approach

At Beyer Construction we do more than simply construct buildings. We work to provide service so exceptional that you’ll come back to us again – and share your experience with others. It’s a sound strategy when you consider that most of our work is either with or referred to us by existing clients.

We use a variety of delivery methods at Beyer – including construction management, program management, design-build and general contracting – to take projects from concept to completion and save our clients time and money.

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Soldier’s Home Restoration

The Daily Reporter covered our impending work on the Milwaukee Soldiers Home campus. We are excited to tackle this important project that will turn this campus into much needed housing for Veterans. The Alexander Co. is leading the charge as developer and design teams from both Uihlein/Wilson and Quorum will help transform the campus which is located south of Miller Park. To read more, go here: developer-readies-for-soldiers-home-restoration-project-the-daily-reporter-2016-0914

The Blues Factory Advances – Milwaukee Business Journal

Beyer Construction is excited about the prospect of bringing The Blues Factory in Port Washington to life. The development team is generating buzz and the designs by The Kubala Washatko Architects Inc. are really exciting. We hope the City of Port Washington and residents help get this one off the ground. It will be another exciting destination in a really beautiful location. To read more, click here for recent coverage in the Milwaukee Business Journal.

On Site


It’s going to be a great Milwaukee weekend! If you are looking for something fun to do, check out Doors Open MKE. This event permits access to some of the most unique buildings in our city and we are proud to say that more than a few of the buildings featured are in the Beyer Construction portfolio of work. They include the Federal Courthouse, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Burnham Block, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. Hope to see you there!

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