With an aggressive schedule, Cullen set out to build and unify over 600,000 square-feet of customized spaces in 27 months for the Epic Systems Corporation in Verona, Wis. This was no small feat, particularly when quality, functionality, and customer satisfaction are made top priorities.
The project included the renovation of the 5th, 6th, and 7th floor offices into 60 hotel suites and the remodeling 81 existing guest room suites. In addition, there were extensive renovations of the convention hall, conference room, dining center, and lobby.
YMCA Healthy Lifestyle Village
The Healthy Lifestyle Village, the first of its kind in the area, demonstrates the growing movement toward combining fitness and healthcare into a destination campus where communities can learn, plan, and take action to improve their health.
NorthPointe Health and Wellness Campus
Arriving at NorthPointe, A Health & Wellness Campus in Roscoe, Illinois, you are visually transported to a woodland lodge with all the amenities of an Arizona spa and state-of-the-art Immediate Care facility.
Mississippi River Museum
The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium is located along the banks of the Mississippi River in the Port of Dubuque, Iowa
Gordon Flesch Corporate Office
Approximately 220 Gordon Flesch employees will call a new place home as the company embarked on a $5 million contract to construct its headquarters, located in Fitchburg, Wisconsin. Having outgrown their current 30-year-old facility, located in Madison, the desire to provide dynamic customer service and better working conditions for employees made the decision for the new, three-story building a viable solution.
The new 54,000-square-foot facility will house the newspaper’s pre-press, packaging/distribution and newsprint storage operation. A new $8.1 million KBA Comet press was built by the Germany-based Koenig and Bauer AG, which will be the centerpiece of the facility.
Grand River Center
Beautiful views of the Mississippi River, large patios, pre-function space, solid floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and 86,000-square-feet of conference and meeting facilities are highlights of the new Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa.