Bray Associates Architects, Inc.
Bray’s new Walker’s Point neighborhood space is an adaptive re-use of a manufacturing building built in 1919. The project “combines existing historic elements with an open and highly collaborative sensibility.” Its current iteration honors Milwaukee’s industrial past, complete with cream city brick, steel roof trusses, and polished concrete floors. Bray’s design team incorporated several nods to their firm’s long history in education, such as walls created from salvaged bleacher boards and old gym flooring incorporated into several ceiling areas.
A time-lapse sequence showing the conversion of the former gymnasium into classroom and office space at Lumen Christi Catholic Parish in Mequon, WI.
Todd is a 2003 graduate of Marquette University with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. He brings 13 years of experience, the majority of which were spent at Weston Solutions, an environmental management company in Vernon Hills, Illinois. Todd was also with Walsh Construction and most recently Project Manager for Nicolas and Associates.
Kevin graduated this past spring from UW-Madison with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Berghammer was his company of choice to begin his professional career. During his time at Madison, Kevin held two internships in the Orlando area, where his parents reside. Kevin is a Badger at heart and is glad to be staying in this area.
Scott is a 2005 graduate of UW-Madison with a degree in Civil Engineering and brings 11+ years of experience in the construction industry, with the most recent 4 years spent at Oliver Construction. Scott has been involved in residential and commercial construction management—condominiums, apartments, hotels, healthcare and industrial facilities—as well as spending time in the Mercy Health System in Janesville and working for an electrical contractor, Magaw Electric, in New Berlin. Scott has a strong history of managing multi-million dollar projects and maximizing profitability through skillful contract negotiations, material estimating, scope reviews and value engineering, while ensuring the highest levels of construction quality to meet the client’s satisfaction. Scott resides in Pewaukee with his wife and three young children.
Megan Mosher joined Berghammer as Project Coordinator. Megan will be facilitating the medical team along with other projects as assigned. Megan comes to us with a career in the military (ARMY); where she wore many different hats (Ground Station Operator, Squad Leader, Operations/NC Training Officer). Since leaving the Army she served several years in administrative support roles.
90-second time-lapse video of Berghammer converting the old gym at Lumen Christi Catholic School in Mequon into classroom space. Progress shown is from March 8th to April 27, 2016.
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 potential local jobs and careers.
Berghammer Construction — with assistance from Aurora Health Care, J.F. Ahern Co., Illingworth-Kilgust Mechanical, and Venture Electric — provided a 90 minute on-site experience at the Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center G.I. construction project for a 7th grade class from Wedgewood Park International School, Milwaukee.