A little “sweat equity” at Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County! Berghammer is donating some of our construction services to help construct this house located in downtown Waukesha. Volunteers contribute time and talent to reduce labor costs.
Pictured (left to right): Tim Goba, Charles Gull, Brian Froemming, and Ben Svehlek
Photos: Berghammer Staff Melissa Bruno
Grafton, WI: A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on June 13th for the “Lumberyard Plaza” public park space adjoining the new 1505 Apartments in downtown Grafton. The project is in the old 11th Avenue right-of-way at the SW corner of Beech Street and Wisconsin Avenue and consists of a retaining wall separating the public plaza from the 1505 Apartments structure, a “stream” water feature, permeable pavers, fire pits, seating, and landscaping with irrigation. 1505 Apartments also provided tours of the new mixed-use project.
Berghammer held its annual Wellness Week from May 15 – 19, 2017. Throughout the week there were wellness-themed activities and events that engaged employees to take time to be a little bit healthier. The activities ranged from mental health breaks and getting a massage to biometric screenings. Check out the chart of events and goodies that everyone got for participating!
We wanted to share this article in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about the new 1505 Apartments mixed-use project in Grafton.
“When it opens June, the 1505 Apartments will mark an unusual project for Grafton: an urban-style, mixed-use development that features street-level retail and apartments on three upper floors…” (MORE)
Azura Memory Care of Oak Creek’s Matthew Lyons, Director of Development, and Denise Jurecki, Director of Community Relations, join the Berghammer Team and Contractors in Red Nose Day.
Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by the non-profit organization Comic Relief Inc., a registered U.S. 501(c)(3) public charity. Red Nose Day brings people together to have fun, raise money and change the lives of kids who need our help the most.
Red Nose Day launched in the US in 2015, dedicated to ending child poverty, both in the U.S. and in some of the poorest communities in the world. The money raised by Red Nose Day in the U.S. has benefited programs for children and young people in all 50 states and in 25 countries internationally.
Globally, Red Nose Day has raised over $1 billion since its launch in the UK in 1988.
A fun time-lapse view of demolition work at St. Leonard Catholic Church & School in Muskego.