Berghammer is proud to have been the builder of the rooftop terrace expansion for EUA. It’s an enviable and breathtaking workplace enhancement to fuel creativity and problem-solving. Further back, Berghammer completed the original 1999 renovation on the 5-story, 43,000 SF office building.
Berghammer is pleased to welcome Tamara Klump to the team. Tamara comes to us with a background in construction project coordination. She has also worked in television as a Traffic Director. Tamara, a mother of four, enjoys driving motorcycles with her family as well as making hand-crafted signs and blankets in her free time.
After asking what was on our employees’ wish lists to improve their work environment, Berghammer went to work creating a new café for our office staff to eat lunch, gather, and enjoy some time away from their desks. The modern industrial-inspired design is accented by pieces like a vintage Berghammer sign and pages of labor rates dating back to 1929. The sliding door was custom-made from salvaged hundred-year-old barn wood and hardware, and even the burlap sacks on the wall serve a purpose, absorbing sound to reduce the echo. In addition to the new café, a mother’s room was also added to provide a comfortable, private place for employees upon returning to work from maternity leave.
The Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus are beginning to see their new ministry home take shape. The 15-unit building will be home to women in the community with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The 25,300 SF ministry home will feature shared dining and living spaces, a prayer room, a second-floor reflection patio, and a recreation space for exercising and relaxation.