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.
Millikin University Leighty-Tabor Science Building
This state-of-the-art science building includes auditorium style college classrooms for the psychology, microbiology, and ecology departments. Advanced and analytical labs were also custom-built to ergonomic requirements and educational preferences. In Addition, the science center contains a greenhouse.
WI Institute of Medical Research Superstructure
J. P. Cullen & Sons, Inc. was the concrete contractor at the new, multi-phase Interdisciplinary Research Complex, an addition to the University of Wisconsin Medical School and renamed the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR). The cost of the project is $265 million, with the first phase of construction totaling about $135 million.
University Wisconsin - Madison Biochemistry
This new teaching and research facility accommodates 288 researchers and 28 lab groups. The facility includes: plant-growth chambers, an animal holding facility, library, 60-seat lecture forum, and 2,500-square foot Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Suite.
UW Milwaukee Lapham Hall
This project renovated the existing area in the North Wing of Lapham Hall for the instructional and research needs of the College of Letters and Science and the Department of Biological Sciences.
Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene
The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene provides a spectrum of services to the residents of the State. Most important are their clinical, environmental, and industrial analytical services. They also are responsible for specialized public health procedures, reference testing, training, technical assistance, and consultation for private and public health agencies.
UW Engineering Centers
With continued growth, the University of Wisconsin decided to consolidate engineering disciplines within a new 135,000-square-foot research, teaching, and learning center. The first two floors are devoted to student activities while the remaining space houses research and teaching facilities. Additionally, a multitude of clean rooms were included in the facility.