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FortHealthcare’s New Orthopedic Center Featured in WHA Newsletter for Sustainability!

Posted By culleneditor On October 26, 2010
The Wisconsin Healthcare Association featured the new Fort HealthCare Therapy & Sport Center and Orthopaedic Associates building at 1504 Madison Avenue in Fort Atkinson, Wis. in their WHA newsletter on October 22, 2010!   In approximately one month, J. P. Cullen & Sons, Inc. (Cullen) converted a 10,000 square-foot grocery store into an orthopedic clinic. […]
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David Cullen Talks About Being A Fourth Generation Construction Leader

Posted By culleneditor On September 24, 2010
For the September issue of the Wisconsin Builder Magazine David Cullen, J. P. Cullen & Sons, Inc. president and CEO, and the family business were the topics of discussion. David talked with Caley Clinton, editor of WBM, about the economy, his past work experience, and the upcoming fifth generation. Read the entire article at:
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Cullen goes “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics!

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On Thursday, September 2, 2010, Richard Cullen, vice president of field operations, and Matt Iserloth, superintendent, scaled 185 feet down the Madison Hilton for Special Olympics! Cullen’s Young Leaders Group lead the charge to “Toss the Boss” and raised $3,180 for Special Olympics of Southwestern Wisconsin! The donation will benefit 1600 athletes. This region of […]
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Cullen Team Walks for the American Heart Association

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On August 29, 2010, J. P. Cullen & Sons participated in the annual Bert Blain Heart Walk in Janesville, Wis. For the past 15 years Linda Hart (pictured above), accountant for Cullen, has lead this effort for Cullen. This year Cullen raised $2,680 for the Association by raffling Brewer tickets, a day off with pay, […]
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National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium in Dubuque, Iowa, Had Its Grand Opening After J.P. Cullen & Sons, Inc. Finalized the Expansion

Posted By culleneditor On August 9, 2010
Once J.P. Cullen and Sons, Inc. had finalized construction on the expansion at the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium the doors were open for all. The 50,000 square-foot expansion now houses three immersive galleries including four salt-water aquariums. The expansion also gives the Museum and Aquarium added space for non-ticketed areas for a research […]
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Cullen Breaks Ground at UW-Madison Human Ecology in Madison, WI

Posted By culleneditor On May 18, 2010
University Preschool children equipped with their hardhats, participated in the School of Human Ecology groundbreaking. UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin, Governor Jim Doyle, and School of Human Ecology Dean Robin A. Douthitt were also on hand to share their support for the project. Cullen is responsible for renovating the 100 year old, 76,000-square-foot building and providing […]
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JP Cullen & Sons, Inc. Breaks Ground for UW-Whitewater’s Innovation Center in Whitewater, WI

Posted By culleneditor On May 16, 2010
 Officials from the Whitewater Common Council, Community Development Authority, and Technology Park Board put on their hard hats and grabbed their shovels to make the first dig at UW-Whitewater’s Technologyy Park for the new Innovation Center. The 38,000 square foot Innovation Center will serve as a place for faculty, staff, and students to develop ideas […]
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Breaking New Ground for the Jack Russell Memorial Library

Posted By culleneditor On March 23, 2010
Everyone donned their new J.P. Cullen Hardhats for the groundbreaking of the new Jack Russell Memorial Library on March 13, 2010 in Hartford, Wisconsin. The City of Hartford and the Hartford Library Board worked hard for this special day. Pictured from left to right are: Capital Co-chairman, Timothy Purman, Library Board Member, Shari Purman, Library […]
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