On October 4th David Cullen had the privilege to accept the Distinguished Performer Award from Deloitte at their 2011 Wisconsin 75 awards breakfast. The award was established in 2003 to recognize local companies or organizations that implement an innovative, creative program or initiative that effectively expands their organization. David was fortunate enough to share […]
During these times Cullen only sees a future of opportunity. Competition is fierce and the markets are unsteady, deeming what more of a reason to keep our operations stable and our workers willing. Being ranked #229 by the Engineering News-Record, Cullen reassures their successes are from not participating in the recession and focusing on hard […]
J. P. Cullen implements a new level of green construction by using goats to clear brush from a steep, overgrown hillside behind The School of Human Ecology building project on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Shane Swart (pictured above), a J.P. Cullen site engineer, thought of the idea after reading an article in the Wisconsin […]
The Waukesha Electric expansion will use 600 tons of steel and add 140,000 sq. ft. to the local facility, increasing its size by 50 percent. It will allow Waukesha Electric to build some of the largest power transformers available and specialized in building high-quality medium power transformers utilized by utilities and independent power producers throughout North America. […]
On May 5 at the AIA Convention in Madison, The Wisconsin Masonry Alliance and AIA presented the Excellence in Masonry Award in the Energy & Environmental category for Starin Hall at UW-Whitewater. J. P. Cullen & Sons and construction partners, the State of Wisconsin, Potter Lawson, Cannon Design, County Material Corporation, Yankee Hill Brick […]
Genencor, a biotechnology firm in Beloit, WI, presented Rich Palmer, superintendent, with a Safety Award on May 1. Rich was commended for observing safety during our current work at Genencor. The project includes an addition to Genencor’s existing plant, which will increase their production of enzymes. Genencor specializes in discovering, developing and manufacturing enzymes. The […]
The new, 35,000 square-foot, multi-tenant office building is the first building constructed in the new technology park. The building represents a collaborative project for the City of Whitewater and the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater. The sustainable design incorporates energy saving technologies such as geothermal heating and cooling system and photovoltaic generation of electricity. The project was […]
The UW-Whitewater Starin Residence Hall has been recognized for excellence in masonry.Masonry Institute in cooperation with AIA selected outstanding buildings and projects designed by AIA Wisconsin architects. All masonry was completed by J. P. Cullen’s Masonry Division. To qualify for entry, buildings must use masonry as the primary exterior material or the architect must show […]
A dedication and open house was held, April 28, for the new $10 million building that houses the Iowa Utilities Board and Office for Consumer Advocate. Among the attendees was Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad. The IUB building includes a number of energy-efficiencies, including daylight harvesting, geothermal heating and photovoltaic solar cells (solar panels), designed to […]
Congratulations to Ron Becher, who was appointed the AGC of Greater Milwaukee President for 2013-2014.
Congratulations to Ron Becher, who was appointed the AGC of Greater Milwaukee President for 2013-2014. Besides the Cullen’s and Larry Rocole, no other Cullen employee has assumed these duties. Way to go Ron!