Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

Built-in 1878, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church is a remarkable example of Milwaukee’s German Lutheran Gothic Architecture. Trinity is embellished with the most outstanding ornamental brickwork of any church in the city. The building is constructed from Cream City brick and rests on a limestone foundation. The church is built in the traditional cross shape and … Read more

Milwaukee VA Soldiers Home – Old Main

The Milwaukee VA Soldiers Home – Old Main Building was constructed in 1869 as a domiciliary for veterans of the Civil War. The building was expanded through a series of additions from 1875 to 1937 and remained in use, serving veterans until 1989. For the next 30 years, the building sat abandoned and fell into … Read more

Bader Philanthropies Headquarters

Completed in 2018, this project included an addition and renovation to the historic 1927 Green Bay retail and theater building on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive. The main floor of the building was converted to a first floor conference center, including a main conference room for seating of up to 200 people auditorium-style or 150 … Read more

Memorial Union – University of Wisconsin-Madison

After generations of heavy use, the Union needed a major renovation to remedy outdated infrastructure systems, resolve accessibility issues, and expand student programming space, all while maintaining the building’s historic integrity and charm. The $52 million, 130,000 square foot Memorial Union project commenced in 2004 with Phase I of the first full-scale renovation since the … 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

Basilica of St. Josaphat

The Basilica is grand inside and out. Originally built by Polish immigrants in 1888, RAMLOW/STEIN has been fortunate to work on its preservation and restoration for over two decades. Phase I Secure the Envelope Focused on eliminating water infiltration on the stone facades and included re-roofing the copper dome. Replacement of the leading in the … Read more

Black Point Historic Preserve

The Black Point Estate was an historic mansion built on the shores of Lake Geneva by beer baron Conrad Seipp as a summer home in 1888. The home remained in the Seipp family until the early 1990s when it was donated to the State of Wisconsin. It was designed by Architect Adolph Cudell and has … Read more

Milwaukee County Historical Society

The Milwaukee County Historical Society is housed in a nationally registered, 1913 structure designed by Kirchoff/Rose of Philadelphia. Built as a financial institution, this iconic edifice was donated to Milwaukee County in 1965. Since 2002, four phases of interior rehabilitation and exterior restoration have allowed the Society to effectively execute its mission as a research … Read more

Frank Lloyd Wright American System-Built Home

Hired by the Wright Wisconsin organization, RAMLOW/STEIN did the primary share of the restoration planning including developing the plans and the specifications, and research into restoration methods and project management. The goals of the project were to preserve and protect the home, create an interpretive site open to the public, and provide a full range … Read more

Turner Hall Ballroom

The Turner Ballroom is a two-story, 11,000-square-foot space encompassing the second and third floors of Turner Hall, with a 31-foot by 56-foot raked stage on the east end. From the late 19th to the early part of the 20th century, the ballroom was the centerpiece of German and Milwaukee social, cultural and political life. During … Read more