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Navigating Your Next Sensitive Construction Project

Posted By Sean Cullen On July 20, 2021

The schedule and operations of a construction project is heavily based on the location and environment. As the Tough Job Experts, JP Cullen teams have been navigating successful sensitive construction projects for decades. These projects can be in a busy downtown environment, require full stop shutdowns to a manufacturing company, fully occupied with residents or […]

Facility Maintenance Programs:
Benefits of an On-Site Contractor

Posted By Tricia Braun On June 29, 2021

Are you consistently requiring maintenance at your facility? It can be frustrating having to go find a contractor and go out for bid every time there is a small upgrade needed or repair that needs attention. Many companies are now preferring to work with only one contractor through a master services agreement due to the benefits of efficiency, cost savings, and ability to act quickly in […]

Prefabrication in Active Hospitals: An Achievable Challenge

Posted By Trevor Mann On September 15, 2020

While working in a healthcare environment, we have discovered different techniques utilizing prefabrication to optimize safety, minimize the disruption to the customers daily activities, and save on operation cost and schedule. Each market has its own challenges, but for healthcare projects, our teams are often collaborating with customers in an active and sensitive environment. Although […]

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5 Ways To Use Drone Images to Enhance Communication About Your Project

Posted By Cameron Weinbrenner On September 8, 2020
Drone Image of Silver Springs Elementary School

Aerial photography and drone footage have exploded over the last few years with its uses spanning from wedding videos, search and rescue to aerial still imagery. Recently, one of our education clients, Hamilton School District, requested drone images of their final project, which included multiple locations, for use in communications to their staff, parents, students […]

Rapid Response Team:
We Have Your Back

Posted By Sean Cullen On August 25, 2020
Gilda's Club Madison

As the Tough Job Experts, we are challenged with taking on a variety of difficult projects whether it is an 830,000 square foot underground auditorium, a high-security command or data center, an intricate equipment installation in an operating manufacturing plant, remodeling project in an active healthcare facility, or constructing a facility where researchers can be […]

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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Expanding the UW Burn Center

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On March 13, 2019

The only verified Burn Center in Wisconsin is housed right in Madison at UW Hospital. The UW Burn Center provides customized treatment and care to burn patients as an ACS-verified Burn Center as well as a Level I Trauma Center for pediatric and adult patients. While 65% of their patients were adults in the past […]

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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 […]

Key Facts We Learned from
WHA Advocacy Day

Posted By Jeannie Cullen-Schultz On April 20, 2017
Wisconsin Hospital Association logo

For the last several years, JP Cullen has attended the annual WHA Advocacy Day, here in Madison. The event (which took place on April 19th this year) was brimming with healthcare professionals, hospital leaders, volunteers, and construction companies like JP Cullen, deeply committed to growing and maintaining our great healthcare systems in Wisconsin. Over the […]

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