Capstone 41 – Phase II – Wall Panels

Here’s a glimpse of the progress at one of our projects, Capstone 41 – Phase II! As you can see from our latest VIDEO LINK, wall panels are being positioned in the building. This 294,614-square-foot project is southeast of the intersection of I-41 and Holy Hill Road in Germantown, Wisconsin.

Once complete, it will be for lease or build-to-suit and contain plenty of parking— close to Milwaukee, Madison, Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Appleton, and Green Bay.  This is just one example of our many quality developments throughout Wisconsin.

Client: Capstone Quadrangle

Builder: Berghammer Construction

Architect: Partners In Design Architects

Civil Engineer: Pinnacle Engineering Group

Structural Engineer: RA Smith National, Inc.

Helicopter Pick of Roof Units – Enterprise 5 & 6

At our Enterprise 5 and 6 projects in Mount Pleasant, WI, we’re always looking for ways to make the construction process more efficient. Recently, our team used a helicopter to place mechanical rooftop equipment onto the roof of our buildings, and we’re excited to show you what it looks like!

This process requires significant preparation and planning to ensure the safe success of placement activities. Our team executed flawlessly!

Western Racquet Club Renovation Complete

We recently completed a renovation for Western Racquet Club – Elm Grove, Wisconsin! The renovation project of the common space, bar, dining, and lounge areas aimed to create a modern and inviting space that reflects the club’s commitment to providing an exceptional member experience.

The 5,600 SF renovation, designed by Gregg Prossen from Consortium AE and Matthew Kerr, IIDA, ASAI, features an open and welcoming atmosphere, which is perfect for socializing and relaxing after a match. The renovation has resulted in positive feedback from club members too!

Welcome Missy Barkelar

Berghammer Construction welcomes Missy Barkelar as Marketing Communications Manager. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. In her role at the company, Missy will plan and execute marketing campaigns, programs and activities to increase brand awareness in the marketplace and support the business development and marketing strategies for the company.

Women In Construction Week – 2023

We are more than women in construction, and this week we honor everything that makes us who we are as people. Acknowledging that we are women who served our country, volunteer time to help our community, care for our families, and have a variety of other hobbies. It’s not just the love and dedication for our jobs, our families, our friends, or where we are in life that portrays who we are — it’s how we endure, walk in our shoes, power through, strive to be ambitious, our ability to inspire and show compassion for all living creatures. It’s all of this, in addition to the role we play in the construction industry, that allows us to bring our best selves to the work we do in construction.

Faithbridge Church Expansion Project

Construction is underway on the building addition for Faithbridge Church in Franksville, Wisconsin. The 9,686-square-foot expansion, which will house the Faithbridge Childcare Learning Center, features a new entrance, collaboration spaces, classrooms, and large group space. With plans to open this summer, the added space allows Faithbridge to consolidate its childcare and youth ministry programs from two campuses to one, and better serve their Kid Life, Student Life, and other ministry programs.

Welcome Max Mead, Assistant Project Manager

Berghammer Construction welcomes Max Mead as Assistant Project Manager. Max grew up in the area (Whitefish Bay) and graduated from Marquette University in 2017 with a Civil Engineering Degree. After graduation, he worked for a national firm out of their Chicago office and was then relocated by them to Portland, Oregon, to work on large projects in that region. Ultimately, he decided to return to Milwaukee to be closer to family and seek a different setting for his career.