Watertown Unified School District
This seven (7) school addition and renovation for the WUSD was a referendum where Cullen was active in participation at community forums, information sessions, facility tours, board meetings, and architect/owner meetings to provide cost, budget and schedule information for many options.
School District of Janesville
This high school addition and renovation was part of the larger multi-phase expansion project for the School District of Janesville. Parker High School portion of the project consisted of two new additions to the north and west sides of the high school and the renovation of the interior of the existing building.
Lake Geneva Area Schools
The High School construction consisted of two additions to the southeast and southwest portions of the building. Both additions are two story, but with different functions. One addition added 20 classrooms and the other will provides new art and cardio fitness rooms.
Oconomowoc Area School District
The project consisted of two new additions to Oconomowoc High School - a Performing Arts Center added to the north side of the building and an athletic facility added to the south side - completed while the school was in total operation.
Milwaukee Public Schools
The renovations to the existing schools included La Escuela Fratney, MacDowell Montessor School, Mary McLeod Bethune Academy, Clarke Street School, Sherman Multi-Cultural Arts Schol, Kosciusko Middle School, and Lloyd Street School.
Hamilton School District
The renovations to the existing schools included Marcy Elementary School, Hamilton Fine Arts Center, High School Gymnasium, and Hamilton High School IMC.
Whitnall School District
The renovations to the existing schools included Whitnall Middle School, and Hales Corners Elementary School.
Evansville Community School District
In an effort to reduce energy costs, Evansville High School became the second school in Wisconsin to utilize a geothermal heating and cooling system. This 182,000 square foot facility uses 96 water source heat pumps, four modular chillers, and four high efficiency hot water boilers. Further, there were other alternative energy systems installed for experimental and instructional purposes.
Stimulating the mind as well as the body, Lakeland School in Elkhorn, WI serves as the special needs school for students of Walworth County.