Throughout Milwaukee and its surrounding communities, momentum is building – literally. With major developments underway and others about to start, Findorff is honored to have a hand in the City’s latest building booms.For over 46 years, Findorff has had a strong presence in Southeastern Wisconsin and has consistently ranked as one of the Top Milwaukee-area construction firms as referenced by the Milwaukee Business Journal. Findorff's new slogan, Building & Beyond, is an indication of how our experience, focus on innovation, and client solutions, represent the company going forward. Going beyond what is expected is where the true value and industry commitment can be found. Here are a few projects around town that demonstrate these company values.
- The Couture: Over nine years in the making, The Couture is ready to hit the ground running. Spanning a two-acre site, Milwaukee's newest lakefront high-rise is a 44-story skyscraper designed as a key thoroughfare connecting Milwaukee's lakefront and cultural amenities with downtown. "Findorff continues to partner with its clients to help change Milwaukee's skyline, no matter the challenge," said Kyle Loest, Findorff's Director of Project Management.
- The Trade Milwaukee: Findorff is proud to announce they have been selected to construct the new Trade Milwaukee Hotel, which is the latest development in the 30-acre Deer District in downtown Milwaukee. The independently owned luxury hotel will be constructed directly north of Fiserv Forum on Juneau and Vel R. Phillips Avenues. The project is expected to break ground Fall 2021. "We are thrilled to partner with the North Central Group on their exciting development," says Eric Wynn, Findorff's General Manager Southeast Wisconsin and Director of Project Management for the company's Milwaukee office." This project is located just blocks away from our office and is projected to create several hundred trade-related jobs during construction. Our team is extremely excited about working on the continued redevelopment of this sports and entertainment district."
- Marquette University College of Business & Administration: Marquette’s newest academic facility will house Marquette Business and Innovation Leadership Programs at 16th Street and Wisconsin Avenue, the former site of McCormick Hall. The four-story, 100,000 square-foot facility will be the largest fully donor-funded construction project in the University’s history. Findorff is proud to once again team with Marquette University after the successful completion of The Commons.
- Associated Bank River Center: Formerly known as the Milwaukee Center, the Associated Bank River Center is currently being redeveloped and modernized into a Class-A office tower that will serve as the Bank’s primary office space in Milwaukee. The project is being coordinated in multiple phases, which allows the building to function as normal for the tenants. Once complete, the redevelopment will feature an abundance of modern amenities, a new connection to the Riverwalk, and transform office tenant and public space to better engage the adjacent streetscape and Milwaukee River.