Today, RAMLOW/STEIN celebrated the grand opening of Hermann Viets Tower on the Milwaukee School of Engineering campus. The renovation and addition transformed the former Roy W. Johnson Residence Hall into the university’s first “living-learning community.” The building features 552 beds, classrooms, an entrepreneurial center, collaboration hubs, and a work café. All of which will encourage academic success and give students with similar academic and personal interests the opportunity to live, learn, collaborate and share experiences together. Congratulations MSOE! Read more about the project and the grand opening here.
MSOE unveils Hermann Viets Tower Renovation