Congratulations Keith Ramus

Berghammer Assistant Superintendent Keith Ramus received his Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee certificate for completing his STP (Supervisory Training Program) classes.

Berghammer Wins AGC of Greater Milwaukee President’s Safety Award

Berghammer Construction received the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Greater Milwaukee President’s Safety Excellence Award for companies with 100,000 to 300,000 hours worked. Berghammer Superintendent Nick Guzenda accepted the award on Berghammer’s behalf.

Safety Week Lunch-n-Learns

Construction Safety Week 2022

For Construction Safety Week 2022, we asked our employees, “Why do you work and live safe?” with an invitation to submit their answers as video clips and photos. We compiled the clips and images for showing at an all-employee “Lean Safety Meeting” held on May 4th.  Mark Rounds, P.E., from the Civil & Architectural Engineering & Construction Management Department at MSOE, was the guest speaker, discussing Safety as a component of the Lean Process. The video montage was a hit, though too long for social media. But… here’s an abridged version for your consideration!

JAX Inc. Groundbreaking

Ground was broken today for the JAX INC. headquarters in Menomonee Falls. The 120,000 square-foot structure will include production space and two stories of offices, with completion in the spring of 2023. JAX Inc. is a US-based industrial lubricant manufacturer specializing in high-performance synthetic lubricants, fleet and heavy-duty lubricants, industrial lubricants, biodegradable and food-grade lubricants.

Left to Right:

Darian Siegel, Berghammer Construction
Tiffany May, Berghammer Construction
Eric Peter, JAX Inc.
Kevin White, Berghammer Construction
Steve Mattiacci, JAX Inc.
Kurt Peter, JAX Inc.
Kyle Peter, JAX Inc.
Barry Yang, Zimmerman Architectural Studios
Brian Hatzung, Zimmerman Architectural Studios
John Pszonak, Berghammer Construction

Downtown Montessori Academy

With students moving in next week, this 11,000 square foot project is an expansion of the adolescent annex building on the Downtown Montessori Academy (DMA) campus and is the latest and largest project for this location. The project includes classrooms and multi-purpose space in a new three-story building connected to a 100-year-old cream city brick structure. Groth Design Group is the architect.