Berghammer Construction is pleased to welcome Joanne Roubik to the team. Joanne is a graduate of Marquette University with a degree in Civil Engineering. She brings six years of engineering experience to the team, most recently from a structural and civil engineering firm. Joanne lives in Oak Creek and her pastimes include running, attending HIIT workout classes and visiting her alma mater to cheer on the Golden Eagles at basketball games.
We’re pleased to announce that Rich Grasso has joined the Berghammer team as Project Manager, Special Projects. Rich brings 34 years of construction experience with 12 years working in Project Management throughout the Milwaukee area. Rich lives in South Milwaukee and enjoys golf, tennis and boating in his free time. He also likes to escape Wisconsin winters when he can with annual trips to Florida.
Located just off I-94, east of the Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets, The Breeze Terrace Apartments project will consist of a gated community of 213 apartments as three 33-unit apartment buildings, and six 19-unit apartment buildings with a club house and associated parking. Here’s a January 10, 2019 drone shot looking into the Southwest.
Ashley Evans has joined the team at Berghammer as Marketing Assistant. Ashley comes to Berghammer with eight years of experience in Marketing with a background in retail copywriting. Ashley lives in Menomonee Falls with her husband, Eric, and her two children. In her free time, Ashley likes to read and contributes regularly to a Christian women’s blog called Holy Hen House.
We’re approaching the end of our 90th year celebration and this “Did You Know?” Berghammer history series. The biggest transition in Berghammer Construction’s history came at the close of 1987, when Ed Berghammer, Jr., owner and son of the company’s founder, retired and sold the reputable Berghammer Construction trade name to Leif Nesheim and Don Nord, who were looking to start their own business.
Breeze Terrace Apartments Underway in Pleasant Prairie
The Breeze Terrace Apartments project will consist of a gated community of 213 apartments as three 33-unit apartment buildings, and six 19-unit apartment buildings with a club house and associated parking. The 33-unit buildings will be an even mix of one and two bedroom units with common entrances and hallways within the three-story buildings. In the 19-unit buildings, the majority of the apartments will be one-bedroom, with individual entrances within the two-story buildings.
Client: Interstate Partners II–WI LLC.