Progress continues on the Mercantile!
The Mercantile Building, at 318 N. Water St., is receiving a glassy 2017 addition to its 1909 brick base. This project will add 35,000 square-feet to the existing 50,400 square-foot structure. The new addition will rise five floors, a floor higher than the original building. The addition’s design is by Historic Third Ward firm Eppstein Uhen Architects.
New York-based burger and shake restaurant chain Shake Shack announced that it will open its first restaurant in Wisconsin late this year in the Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee. The location is in the Mercantile Building at 220 E. Buffalo Street which is currently under construction by Beyer. For coverage of this exciting new vendor, check out Urban Milwaukee, Small Business Times and The Business Journal.
The city of Cedarburg welcomed its newest building -- A home for the city's Department of Public Works. The almost 63,000 SF building houses administrative offices and a fleet of vehicles. A dedication was held on December 12th. For coverage in the December 20th News Graphic, click here: Cedarburg DPW_News Graphic Article
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
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.
Six historic buildings at the former Milwaukee Soldiers Home grounds will be redeveloped into approximately 100 apartments for veterans and their families. Beyer Construction is excited to be part of the project team, led by Alexander Co., that will help bring this vision to reality. To read more, click here for a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article from August 4th. Construction for this project is slated to begin in the fall of 2017 and be completed by April 2019.
The City of Port Washington Common Council last night voted unanimously to accept The Blues Factory Inc.'s purchase offer for the waterfront municipal parking lot where the local business group plans to open a $4.75 million cultural and entertainment multiplex. Beyer Construction is proud to be a partner on this exciting project. For more information, click here.
A new Public Works Building for the city of Cedarburg could soon be a reality. Beyer Construction is currently bidding the project and will assemble final cost data so the Common Council can make a final decision on the project at their late February meeting. For an overview of the 62,200 square foot facility that will include admin offices and a garage for the fleet of DPW's vehicles, click here:Ozaukee News Graphic Article
Last week, the Daily Reporter ran a feature on our Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin Clinic and Surgery Center project which is under construction in the Town of Delafield. The 90,000 SF facility will be complete in May. It will allow OAW to consolidate services and enhance their level of patient care. To view the 'Building Blocks' post, click here: The Daily Reporter_OAW Feature_2016 0114
The Cedarburg News-Graphic printed a feature story on Beyer's work at Lasata Care Center. The first phase of this major renovation project is underway -- and it's on schedule and under budget. The project includes renovating the commons areas. Future phases will focus on the resident rooms throughout the facility. For the full article, click here: Cedarburg News Graphic_Lasata Article_20151217.