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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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Meet The Crew: Mark Ihlenfeldt

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On September 11, 2020

Mark Ihlenfeldt, Process Improvement Engineer, started with JP Cullen in 2014 and is currently working on the Capitol Dome project. With Mark’s role he has the ability to be involved with a variety of jobsites and different stages of projects at any given time. In addition to his role in Process Improvement, he also performs […]

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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 […]

Extreme Home Makeover: Hippo Edition

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On September 4, 2020

The Milwaukee County Zoo is home to two large hippos whose home has recently undergone a makeover that will positively impact not only the hippos but zoo visitors too. The renovation of the exhibit is the second phase of the Adventure Africa project which will have transformed 25% of the zoo once complete. The upgrade […]

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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 […]

Revitalize Milwaukee Block Build

Posted By Sean Cullen On August 20, 2020

This past weekend, JP Cullen participated in the Revitalize Milwaukee’s Block Build MKE event. This annual event is where volunteers and community partners come together to transform a neighborhood block in one weekend. Revitalize Milwaukee Revitalize Milwaukee is a non-profit organization whose goal is to preserve affordable housing and revitalize vulnerable neighborhoods throughout Milwaukee and […]

Applying Lean in Your Everyday Life

Posted By Tony Carns On August 18, 2020

Lean is a concept of an efficient manufacturing and operations that comes from the Henry Ford and the Toyota Production System. Lean is all about continually improving the way a project is delivered by eliminating things that are wasteful. We aim to maximize human potential by empowering our workers to continuously improve their work. We […]

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Meet The Crew: Doug Ihlenfeldt

Posted By Courtney Shipshock On August 4, 2020

Doug Ihlenfeldt is a Superintendent with JP Cullen that started on January 2, 2003. His role is to lead tradespeople and suppliers through time and space to safely create our customers desired outcome. What do you like best about working at JP Cullen? I like working at JP Cullen because it is a family owned […]

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