Forest County Potawatomi Community Center

Nestled in the woods of Crandon Wisconsin, the Forest County Potawatomi Community Center is a central hub and a resource to operate as an extension of formal and cultural education, recreation, athletic training, competition, wellness, and social events.  The entire design of the building was informed by the Forest County Potawatomi culture, from the two … Read more

MKE Urban Stables

The MKE Urban Stables is the first of its kind in this country to combine police-mounted patrol headquarters with an equine-assisted therapy program. The stable houses 24 horses, half of which will be part of the mounted patrol. The other half will assist in equine therapy and educational outreach programs, benefiting veterans and area schools. … Read more

Christ Church Phase II

Christ Church engaged Ramlow/Stein and Concord Development Company with a vision to expand their 26,000 square-foot church to better serve their rapidly growing congregation.  A 35,000 square-foot addition and a complete renovation of the Children’s Ministry was required to support Christ Church’s unique approach to its worship, offering congregants the opportunity to partake in a … Read more

Milwaukee Youth Arts Center

In 2005, RAMLOW/STEIN partnered with the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra and First Stage Children’s Theater to create the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center (MYAC). MYAC is the first-of-its-kind community-based youth arts rehearsal facility in the nation. The project found its home by renovating a former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Warehouse Building. The renovation project focused on the … Read more

Stackner Cabaret – Milwaukee Repertory Theater

One of three theaters at the Milwaukee Rep complex, the Stackner is the only venue in Milwaukee offering dinner service and uniquely intimate and immersive performances. After some 200 shows a year over the last 30 years, the venue was in need of renovation to keep up with current demand. The Stackner suffered from code … Read more

Urban Ecology Center

The Urban Ecology Center is a 6,500-square-foot renovation/addition to an abandoned 1930s-era tavern in the Silver City neighborhood of Milwaukee. The project exemplifies sustainable building practices from the use of salvaged materials to a passive-solar air intake system and geothermal-sourced heating and cooling. The Center is using the tavern’s original bar as its reception counter, … Read more

Wade House-Visitor Center & Wesley W. Jung Carriage Museum

In June 2013, a new museum of horse-powered transportation and a new learning and visitor center opened at the Wade House historic site in Greenbush, 60 years after the dedication of this Wisconsin Historical Society site. Positioned on the south side of State Highway 23—the main east-west artery connecting Sheboygan and Fond du Lac—the 37,800-square-foot … Read more

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church

Opened in 2012, this renovation and addition brought new life to an established congregation on Lake Fowler in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. The church had a functional sanctuary but a crowded entrance, no gathering space and a lack of classrooms and offices to serve the various church ministries. A new 4,000-square-foot welcome center and gathering area was … Read more

Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church

Opened in 2006, this two-level structure includes a beautiful 525-seat sanctuary, a large narthex gathering area, a 50-person chapel, a library, a coat room, and church offices on the main level.  The lower level of the building is exposed on three sides on a natural hillside and houses a 200-seat fellowship hall, full kitchen, meeting … Read more

Reiman Healing Chapel

The Reiman Chapel offers a place for prayerful contemplation for patients of the Reiman Cancer Care Center and their families. Set in a serene environment, the chapel is nestled into a dense old growth forest surrounding Koepmier Lake. Its design is influenced by Polish vernacular and follows the look of a traditional countryside Polish chapel, … Read more