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Meet the Crew – Mike Potts

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On February 2, 2017

Welcome to Meet the Crew!  We are going to be writing and posting about our awesome employees here at JP Cullen! This week we sat down with one our Superintendents, Mike Potts, and asked him some questions. Team Member Since: 2008 Reason for Choosing Your Profession:  In high school, I rode in rodeos, but after some […]

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Opening the Door in Madison –
Bascom Hall

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On January 30, 2017

This year marks JP Cullen’s 125th year in business!  To celebrate, we’ll be posting a monthly historic tough job that we were part of.  This week we’re sharing our work on the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s famous Bascom Hall and other historic work we’ve done with the University. Awarded Bascom Hall Our story starts in 1925, […]

How Construction Barriers Are Protecting Patients

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On January 27, 2017

Construction management in active healthcare facilities is challenging for many reasons, but patient safety and comfort always come first, and are part of the reason the work is so rewarding. Construction firms need to find ways to keep hospitals and clinics functioning optimally during construction, while also protecting staff and patients from potential hazards like […]

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How Union Corners was Transformed

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On January 23, 2017

As part of our New Year’s resolutions, we are starting a new weekly blog series titled “Tough Job of the Week”. As the Tough Job Experts, we want to bring updates to our readers on current and recently completed projects, along with some unique ones we think may pique your interest. Before we get to […]

Our Partnership with Blackhawk Technical College

Posted By Katie Muth On October 21, 2016

Today Blackhawk Technical College hosted their grand opening commencement of their new Health Science building at their Central Campus in Janesville, Wisconsin. This building is one of the many buildings Blackhawk Tech has partnered up with JP Cullen on. In the swing space that was created by moving the manufacturing program from Central Campus to Milton, […]

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3 Benefits of Using On/Off Stage Design in Healthcare

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On October 19, 2016

September marked the 2nd Annual ACHE Wisconsin Chapter conference, held in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.  JP Cullen sent key employees to the conference, which offers many learning opportunities about the intersections of the healthcare and construction industries.  This year, Jeannie Cullen Schultz – JP Cullen’s Healthcare Construction Director – attended one such learning opportunity about the […]

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Meet the Crew: Tim Jordan

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On September 29, 2016

With the football season just beginning, we are shining the spotlight on one of our Project Managers, Tim Jordan. Tim is an alumni of UW- Madison and played for the Badgers throughout his college career.  After graduation, Tim was drafted fourth round by the New England Patriots.  In 2001, he was inducted into the Madison […]

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Seth’s Summer at JP Cullen

Posted By culleneditor On September 8, 2016

The school year is just around the corner, and JP Cullen will be saying farewell to all of our awesome summer interns, including Seth Fisher. Seth spent his summer working and learning as an Engineering Intern at JP Cullen, and is finishing up his Civil Engineering degree this school year at UW-Platteville. We sat down […]

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Why I Am Thankful for Healthcare

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On July 7, 2016

Over the last three years as JP Cullen’s Healthcare Construction Director, I have focused on learning as much as I could about the healthcare industry. While a large part of my attention is focused on healthcare construction and our projects within healthcare systems –whether it is a standalone clinic or a complex remodel inside a […]

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Posted By Joe Schwengels On May 6, 2016

As the economy and the construction industry continue to recover from its long downturn, firms are seeking to add skilled workers and are not finding many available. The Associated General Contractors of America surveyed its members during the summer of 2015 and found that of the 1,358 respondents; 86 percent reported having difficulty filling hourly […]

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