Berghammer Construction is pleased to announce Garrett Lenz has joined the firm as Assistant Project Manager. Garrett is a 2013 graduate of Marquette University with a degree in Civil Engineering. He brings seven years of experience, most recently as Project Engineer with Walsh Construction. Garrett resides in Milwaukee with his wife, Kit, and their dog, JW. In his free time, Garrett is the Business Director for the Freedom Area Community Theatre, in Freedom, Wisconsin.
As a proud sponsor, Berghammer will be exhibiting at the Wisconsin Council of Religious & Independent Schools (WCRIS) Conference, held at the Country Springs/Ingleside Hotel in Waukesha on February 9th. WCRIS supports the unique missions of member schools through advocacy, education and partnerships. Be sure to stop by and say “hello” to Kim DeWitt, VP Business Development, and Dan Landbo, Marketing Communications Manager.
Berghammer is pleased to announce five inductees into our Associates Program. The Associates Program was established to provide another level of recognition for two groups of people: key, long-term employees that positively impact our business, and potential future shareholders.
Key Long-Term Employees
- Tammy Krenz, Director of Project Administration
- Wendy Phalin, Director of Accounting
- John Pszonak, V.P. Construction
- Chris Rozof, Director of Estimating
Potential Future Shareholder
- Dan Zess, Senior Superintendent
Recently, Berghammer expanded and renovated The Guest House in Milwaukee. The Guest House provides shelter, food, and support to those in need. Simply, The Guest House is about keeping families together and restoring dignity and purpose. In this season of giving, Berghammer encourages you to take a 50-second glimpse into lives being touched by The Guest House, and hope you will support their mission. To find out more, visit http://helpourguest.com/?vid=support
Ground was broken this week for Aurora’s new, 30,000-square-foot clinic within the Six Points development in West Allis. Located at the corner of West Greenfield Avenue and Six Points Crossing, the new facility will offer primary and specialty care, urgent care, as well as pharmacy, laboratory, and medical imaging space. It will use a new “collaborative care model” allowing multiple caregivers to offer patients a variety of services in a single exam room, in one extended appointment. The facility will open in the fall of 2018.
Client: Aurora Healthcare
Developer: Mandel Group
Architect: Zimmerman Architectural Studios
MMAC’s Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) partners with Milwaukee Public Schools to host 50 “Be The Spark” behind-the-scenes business tours for 7th graders – exposing them to local jobs and careers.
Berghammer and Aurora Healthcare hosted a fourth tour for MPS students on October 18th to share information on career opportunities and education requirements in the construction field — from project management and administration to a sampling of the various trades. Subcontractors Illingworth-Kilgust Mechanical, J.F. Ahern, Neumann Company, State Painting and Venture Electrical helped to provide a 90 minute on-site experience at Aurora St. Luke’s Heil Center for students from Audubon Technology & Communication Center Middle School in Milwaukee.