Sean Parks – Intern
Berghammer Construction welcomes intern Sean Parks, who graduated from the University of Dayton this past September with a degree in Civil Engineering. He is a native of Milwaukee and is searching for full-time employment in the area. He previously interned with WisDOT and the Waukesha County DPW, but has really enjoyed his time being involved with vertical construction here at Berghammer.
Berghammer would like to spotlight our restaurant, brewery, and food service clients that are providing curbside and (yes) even beer drive-through offerings.
Foxtown Brewing Co. (WINNER: The Daily Reporter “2019 Top Projects”)
6411 W Mequon Road, Mequon
Online Ordering and Curbside Pickup
“All your favorites and weekly specials”
Good City Brewing Co – East Side
2108 N Farwell Ave, Milwaukee
Curbside food and beer service
Good City Brewing – Mayfair Mall “BEER TO-GO” Drive-Thru
2600 N Mayfair Rd, Milwaukee
“Beer To-Go” Drive-Thru (must reserve in advance)
700 W Lexington Blvd. Glendale
Weekly Curbside To-Go Specials
Growler fill and exchange
Jose’s Blue Sombrero
Wauwatosa – Brookfield – Fox Point – Racine
Curbside menu and also featuring FAMILY MEAL SPECIALS (feeds 4)
Saz’s Hospitality Group “Meal Solutions To Go”
(Cooked and chilled meals; 24+ hour advance)
Saz’s State House Carryout
“Orders accepted via phone Wednesday – Sunday from 11am-7pm, (Friday & Saturday till 8), with our tavern-famous Fish Fry available Fridays only.
Mo’s Irish Pub – Wauwatosa
10842 W Bluemound Rd, Wawatosa
“Mo’s To Go” (includes a Kids Menu)
The Bartolotta Restaurants are closed – But…
“You can support The Bartolotta Restaurants family of employees by purchasing gift cards to any of our restaurants as those funds will be applied to extend their access to health benefits and help us be positioned to reopen.”
This is a virtual fly-down of a 3D capture of South 13th Street in Oak Creek at Ryan Road.
370 drone photos were processed into 30 million points in 3D space, then a 3D “mesh” of 1 million triangles was fitted to that point surface. The source photography “skin” was wrapped on this mesh, and then the final 3D model was animated out to video.
In the midst of the bidding process, a renovation project’s site tour was to be canceled in anticipation of “Safer At Home.” Berghammer staff responded by quickly capturing a 3D+360 model of the two floors of vacant office space for interested bidders to explore and measure — on any device with a web browser. Berghammer also uses this (in-house) capability for preconstruction planning, documenting as-builts, virtual meetings, and for final virtual tours supporting our client’s PR and marketing efforts. Especially valuable right now, the browser-based virtual spaces play nicely in remote collaboration platforms such as GoToMeeting. This is just another example of how Berghammer works better — on your next project
The Friday before the Wisconsin Governor declared “Safer At Home” and as walk-through tours for bidding projects were being canceled, Berghammer staff member, Dan Landbo, captured a “digital twin” of two floors of vacant office space so that interested subcontractors and trades partners could take a “virtual walk” of the project from the safety and comfort of their home or office. For over a year, Berghammer has had (in-house) this 3D+360 capture capability to make possible remote meetings for conceptual design and estimating. The laser+photo data is processed overnight by a deep learning neural network, creating robust 3D spatial data. Beyond the virtual tours, we can extract schematic floorplans, photographic montage floorplans, reflective ceiling plans, and even move the raw full-color 3D “point cloud” data to the CAD/BIM realm to give architects and designers a jump-start on conceptual design. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions on how these visualization technologies may benefit your next project with Berghammer.