Evoni – Historic Third Ward Apartments

Located in the heart of Milwaukee’s Third Ward, Evoni is a new luxury residential apartment project being developed by RAMLOW/STEIN and a team of experienced real estate professionals who are committed to delivering exceptional quality, design, and functionality to its residents. Evoni boasts 261 units spread across 5 floors, each thoughtfully designed to offer a … Read more

J. Leinenkugel’s Barrel Yard – American Family Field

The J. Leinenkugel Barrel Yard Restaurant is the newest addition to American Family Field, offering an unparalleled dining experience for baseball fans and food enthusiasts alike. Named after one of the oldest and most reputable breweries in the United States, the restaurant boasts a new, on-premise, 3-barrel brewery system, two custom bars that extend over … Read more

Welcome Center – MSOE

The MSOE Welcome Center, located at the primary crossroads of the MSOE campus, serves as a first point of contact for prospective student families, a touchstone for valued alumni, and a collaboration hub for students. This new, highly visible, facility adds a dynamic and inviting destination space to elevate the campus community. The Admissions experience … Read more

Science Learning Commons – Lawrence University

Lawrence University, a private Liberal Arts College in Appleton, WI, believes engaged learning to be the most effective way to prepare students for lives of personal fulfillment and professional accomplishment. To that mission, LU spent three years dreaming and reimagining how an outdated science lecture hall could and should work. Preparations for how to best … Read more

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

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

Promega Kornberg Center

“Kornberg Center continues our momentum in serving advances in science. Our scientists have the critical tools right at their bench to give them more flexibility in their exploration. The building itself inspires creative thinking to help us imagine the unimagined. And the sustainable construction provides a place for future generations to continue our momentum of … Read more

Hermann Viets Residence Tower – Milwaukee School of Engineering

Hermann Viets Tower, centrally located on MSOE’s campus, recently underwent a complete renovation and expansion to become a Living-Learning Community (LLC) with modernized, flexible living and learning spaces designed to serve the diverse needs of students and function as an extension of the classroom. The vision for this new LLC is to encourage academic success … Read more

Ruehlow Nursing Center Expansion – Milwaukee School of Engineering

The year 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the MSOE School of Nursing, and the University is celebrating in a big way. Enrollment in the nursing program is higher than ever, predicating the need for additional degree offerings and physical space. Construction is now underway for a 3,000 square foot expansion of the Ruehlow Nursing … Read more

WE Energies K-12 STEM Center at MSOE – Milwaukee School of Engineering

In 2017, MSOE made a strategic investment in STEM outreach by establishing a dedicated department to grow, sustain and develop a comprehensive STEM pipeline for all students in Milwaukee and beyond. Since then, the number of students who have participated in these programs has quadrupled. MSOE STEM has now reached more than 10,000 students from … Read more