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Meet the Crew: Kate Olson

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On November 20, 2019

In honor of National Apprenticeship Week last week, we sat down with Kate Olson, Carpenter Apprentice at JP Cullen. Kate interned at JP Cullen for two years and officially joined the team back in 2017. What sparked your interest in the construction industry? For me, there wasn’t really a big moment in choosing construction. There […]

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Direct Supply Is Here to Shake Things Up

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On November 12, 2019

When thinking about senior living, innovation and technology are not always the first words that come to mind. For Direct Supply, these words are at the core of their company and they believe in them so much that they even featured them when naming their newly renovated space in downtown Milwaukee. Direct Supply opened its […]

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JP Cullen’s 5th Annual Construction Career Fair

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On October 11, 2019

JP Cullen’s annual career fair is just one example of our commitment to the construction industry and providing opportunities for students who have a passion for the skilled trades. Our Apprenticeship Committee works hard to ensure that we’re able to build partnerships with local area schools by participating in tours of our job sites and […]

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The Legacy GM Created in Janesville Lives On

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On October 1, 2019

One hundred years ago, the first GM tractor rolled off the assembly line in the Janesville plant. Over time, production at the factory changed with the times from Chevrolets to 105mm artillery shells during World War II. By 1972, business was booming, and the GM plant reached its employment peak with 7,100 employed. GM wasn’t […]

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20 Best Practices to Apply When Upgrading Your Pharmacy to USP 797 and 800 Standards

Posted By Shannon Metoxen On September 23, 2019

UPDATE: On September 23, 2019 USP announced that the official dates of the revised <795> and <797>, and the new general chapter <825> will be postponed until further notice. In the interim, the currently official chapters of <795> and <797> including the section Radiopharmaceuticals as CSPs will remain official. USP General Chapter <800> is not […]

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United Way Intern Day of Action

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On September 19, 2019

JP Cullen has supported United Way for years. As builders of our local communities, we make it a priority to give back because we know how important strong communities are. United Way’s Annual Intern Day of Action This past summer, our interns participated in United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County’s Annual Intern Day […]

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Meet the Crew: Stephanie Schuette

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On August 30, 2019

This week we are catching up with JP Cullen All-Star Stephanie Schuette! Stephanie is a 10-year JP Cullen veteran currently working in the estimating department. Stephanie supports the estimating efforts here at JP Cullen by focusing on pursuing projects within the procurement holes of masonry’s busy manpower schedule. Women in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science (WEMS) […]

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Meet the Crew: Cameron Weinbrenner

Posted By Tiffany Scuglik On August 20, 2019

This month we are catching up with Cameron Weinbrenner! Cameron has worked with JP Cullen for five years now and is currently the Building Information Modeling Manager. “As the BIM Manager, I work with a small team of engineers to leverage information from 3D models and different technology like 3D laser scanning to help build […]

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History Comes Full Circle for JP Cullen with Blackhawk Community Credit Union’s New Legacy Center

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On August 16, 2019

In 1919, JP Cullen was awarded the project to build the original plant for General Motor’s predecessor, Samson Tractor Factory. Not long after, the plant was turned into a General Motors plant that was producing around 150 tractors per day. In 1923, Chevrolet cars were being produced and expansions began taking place. As the plant […]

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An Inside Look at Saul’s Journey to America

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On August 7, 2019

Saul, an apprentice carpenter with JP Cullen, was selected to be featured on the Immigrant Journeys from South of the Border/! Mi travesia hasta Wisconsin! Exhibition. This project is presented by the Wisconsin Humanities Council in partnership with Centro Hispano. Centro Hispano’s programs and services are built to empower youth, strengthen families, and engage with […]

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