Sports & Entertainment

Project Inclusion

Harley Davidson Museum

Client: Harley Davidson Museum
The Harley-Davidson Museum was a $47 million construction project near downtown, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The museum celebrates more than 100-year history of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The 130,000-square-foot, three building complex sits along 20 acres of the Menomonee River bank and contains more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and hundreds of thousands of artifacts from the Harley-Davidson Motor Company's 110-year history. The museum attracts an estimated 300,000 visitors annually.
City of Milwaukee
  • Goals: 18% EBE, 21% RPP
  • Achieved: 20% EBE, 19% RPP*

Lambeau Field

Clients: Lambeau Field Redevelopment LLC and Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District
Since 2001, Lambeau Field has undergone over $600 million in renovations to improve the fan experience. The redevelopment relocated the Hall of Fame and Pro Shop, increased stadium capacity to 81,435; added club, terrace and private suite seating; doubled the concessions points of sale; dramatically increased the number of restroom facilities; widened the concourses; added three new gates; and enhanced Wi-Fi and cellular systems.
Goals:
  • 15% MBE, 15% Minority New Hires
  • 5% WBE, 5% Women New Hires

Achieved:
  • 14% MBE, 17% Minority New Hires
  • 6% WBE, 38% Women New Hires
Construction foreman discuss project with home builder

Miller Park

Client: Johnson Controls
Miller Park is a professional baseball stadium located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is home to the Milwaukee Brewers and was completed in 2001 as a replacement for Milwaukee County Stadium. Miller Park features North America's only fan-shaped convertible roof, which can open and close in less than 10 minutes. During this project, Johnson Controls supplied and installed HVAC controls.
State of Wisconsin
Goals:
  • 25% MBE, 25% Minority Workforce
  • 5% WBE, 5% Women Workforce

Achieved:
  • 32% MBE, 9% Minority Workforce*
  • 3% WBE, % Women Workforce*

Milwaukee Theatre

Client(s): Grunau l Hunt
As a joint venture, this $38 million redevelopment project transformed the Milwaukee auditorium into a new performing arts theater with state of the art visual and acoustics. The building was extensively renovated between 2001 - 2003, at which point it received its current name. It seats 4,086 people and can be configured into a more intimate venue that seats 2,500.
Milwaukee County
Goals:
  • 25% MBE, 25% Minority Workforce
  • 5% WBE, 5% Woman Workforce

Achieved:
  • 25% MBE, 28% Minority Workforce
  • 5% WBE, 8% Woman Workforce

New Milwaukee Arena

Client: Deer District LLC
On June 19, 2016, construction began on a new, modern arena for the Milwaukee Bucks and other sporting, music and live entertainment events. The Bucks Arena will ensure that the Milwaukee Bucks remain in the City and will spur additional private investment in the Park East and on the Bradley Center site. The estimated cost of $500 million for the Bucks Arena includes the plaza outside the arena in vacated 4th Street between Juneau Avenue and West Highland Avenue
City of Milwaukee
Goals: 25% SBE, 40% Resident Preference Program

Overture Center of the Arts

Client: J.H. Findorff & Son, Inc.
Cesar Pelli designed the $200 million development of a performing arts center in Madison, WI which consists of the 2,251-seat Overture Hall with and a large, permanent organ by the German organ builder, Klais, the Capitol Theater, The Playhouse, and the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.
City of Madison
Goals:
  • 8% MBE, 7% Minority Workforce*
  • 2% WBE, 6% Women Workforce

Achieved:
  • 9% MBE, 10% Minority Workforce
  • 3% WBE, 3% Women Workforce