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6 Ways Prefabrication Can Benefit Your Construction Project

Posted By Mike LaRue On April 24, 2017
Prefabrication wall at the Milwaukee Bucks Training Center

Prefabrication is not a new concept to the construction industry; it has been around for centuries.  However, it has reinvented itself with the growth of Building Information Modeling (BIM).  BIM enables the increased use of prefabrication, making it more feasible to implement on projects. Read on below to find out what prefabrication is and the […]

Teaming up with a Well Preserved Company – Ball Corporation

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On February 7, 2017
Ball Corporation conveyor belt

Part of our job is really learning about our client and their business. This does not only mean understanding their needs and wants, but their business processes and their history.  This week’s Tough Job is our recent work with Ball Corporation, which required us to dive deep into their history in order to serve their company’s future. […]

Congratulations to Shannon Metoxen for receiving the Project Manager of the Year award

Posted By Katie Muth On October 20, 2014

Building the nation’s first graduate school dedicated solely to the study of freshwater was not an easy undertaking, but Shannon Metoxen, Senior Project Manager at JP Cullen, was excited to take on the challenge. “Shannon has a clear vision and the means necessary to bring complex projects to a successful completion,” Kurt Young Binter, Facilities […]

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