Milwaukee City Hall Restoration
Built 1897 in the Flemish Renaissance Style, Milwaukee City Hall has endured the hardships of time and weather. Restoring City Hall to its inherent architectural glory underscores the abiding utility of masonry as an art form. The building’s exterior restoration includes terra cotta and sandstone repair, replacement, and preservation, as well as fixing or replacing hundreds of thousands of deteriorating bricks.
Wisconsin State Capitol
Restoration and rehabilitation of the Wisconsin State Capitol, the State of Wisconsin’s most important office building, included public and private spaces. The Governor’s office suite was completed 12 months ahead of schedule. The entire complex project was delivered 16 months ahead of schedule because of collaboration on design and engineering during the pre-construction phase.
The expansion of the existing Coronado Theatre allowed the stage house to be enlarged, improved the stage-level support areas and load-in areas, and converted original apartments on the second and third levels into support areas and dressing rooms to meet requirements of major theatrical road companies.
This project required renovation to the 69,000 square-foot existing 5-story, plus basement, masonry building with an addition of approximately 38,000 square foot.
Black Point Estate
Black Point is an estate on the south shore of Geneva Lake in Wisconsin, built in 1888 as a summer home by Conrad Seipp, a beer tycoon from Chicago. From the roof to the railings on the porches, Cullen did a total restoration of the entire exterior of the building as well as new steps leading down to the lake.
Erected in 1844, the Milton House is the first poured grout building in the United States and Wisconsin's only documented Underground Railroad site. In addition, the site has been deemed a National Historic Landmark.
Mount Olivet Chapel
The Little Chapel located high on a hill in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin, was built circa 1900. This diminutive chapel incorporates both Romanesque and Gothic architecture.