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Featured Projects
Wisconsin Orchestrates A Model Road Rebuild
07/17/15
The $1.7-billion Zoo Interchange was built entirely on computer before being rebuilt in the heart of downtown Milwaukee

Photo Courtesy of HNTB


ENR Midwest Top Design Firms 2014
05/25/15
Construction activity in the region is expected to accellerate by 6% to 10%, on par with the nation as a whole.

Photo by Liam Frederick Photography, Courtesy of SmithGroupJJR

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05/25/15 Indiana Punches U.S. 31 Rehab Into the Fast Lane

Critical upgrades through congested Indianapolis suburbs are on track to finish three years ahead of schedule.
03/30/15 ENR Midwest Top Project Starts 2014

Significant strides in multifamily construction were offset by retreat of public work, including transportation and infrastructure.
03/30/15 Pre-Assembly Puts Plant Upgrade in Ship Shape

Tight site prompts off-site pre-fabrication of major power plant components and shipment of them by barge on Lake Michigan.
02/09/15 Crews Create Land Over Water for New Riverwalk

Development of new public spaces along the Chicago River requires that most construction staging occur on water.
11/17/14 Best Project Airports/Transit: O’Hare International Airport Runway 10C-28C and Associated Taxiways

Runway constructed at center of world’s second-busiest airport.
11/17/14 Best Project Award of Merit Manufacturing: Easton-Bell Sports Inc.

Onsite concrete batch plant saves time, emissions and fuel.
11/17/14 Best Project Cultural/Worship: Ohio Holocaust and Liberators Memorial

Complex forms and surfaces require 3D engineering.
11/17/14 Best Project Energy/Industrial: Schahfer Unit 14 FGD and WWTP

Project team members shave 10 months off massive plant retrofit.
11/17/14 Best Project Excellence in Safety and Government/Public Buildings

Integrated design guides execution of facility.
11/17/14 Best Project Higher Education/Research: GE Aviation EPISCENTER at University of Dayton

Traditional forms and materials belie high-tech functions within.
11/17/14 Best Project Highways/Bridges: Hastings Bridge

Project team executes one of the largest bridge moves ever in the U.S.
11/17/14 Best Project Interior Design/Tenant Improvements: Motorola Mobility Headquarters

Largest Chicago leasehold in nearly a decade completed in just 10 months.
11/17/14 Best Project K-12 Ed: Mary Institute & St. Louis Country Day School STEM Building

School provides a real-world lesson in sustainable design.
11/17/14 Best Project Office/Retail/Mixed Use: The Z

Unique mix of uses enlivens downtown Detroit.
11/17/14 Best Project Renovation/Restoration: William G. Milliken State Park and Outdoor Adventure Center

Historic steel frame incorporated into Michigan public attraction.
11/17/14 Best Project Residential/Hospitality: Hyatt Place Harper Court

Hotel anchors 1-million-sq-ft urban development.
11/17/14 Best Project Specialty Contracting: Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center

Project presents high degree of difficulty in forming and placing concrete
11/17/14 Best Project Sports/Entertainment: Camp Randall Stadium Student-Athlete Performance Center

Active site poses logistical challenges during construction of sports facility.
11/17/14 Best Project Water/Environment: Cat Islands Chain Reconstruction

Crews log 2 million miles between quarries and project site.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Airports/Transit: Target Field Station

Hub links 500 commuter and light-rail trains per day.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Government/Public Buildings: Ping Tom Memorial Park Fieldhouse

Facility provides a hub for local community to gather.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Green Project: Berea College Deep Green Residence Hall

Dorm facility takes the Living Building Challenge
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Health Care: Franklin Medical Office Building

Despite weather extremes, project completed in just 10 months.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Higher Education: Mary Idema Pew Library and Learning Commons

Facility designed to support immersive technologies.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Highways/Bridges: Cleveland Innerbelt Bridge

Model of sustainability also introduces delta frames to its region.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Interior Design/Tenant Improvements: Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch

Dining facility incorporates rustic elements.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Office/Retail/Mixed Use: Global Center for Health Innovation

Parametric modeling assists in developing precast panels.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Renovation/Restoration: Marquette Park Lakefront East

Photos and mock-ups assist in reclaiming lost neoclassical architecture.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Small Project: Union Station Grand Hall and Market

Historic renovation accommodates multi-media shows.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Specialty Contracting: Adjustable Forms

Concrete serves as showcase for contractor’s craftsmanship and expertise.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit Sports/Entertainment: Lambeau Field Stadium Improvements

Sports stadium project encompasses 350,000 sq ft of new and existing space.
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit: K-12 Education: University of Chicago Lab Schools - Earl Shapiro Hall

Atypical forms and details require close coordination
11/17/14 Best Projects Award of Merit: Water/Environment: St. Joseph Disinfection Facilities

Dewatering system prevents settlement and possible collapse of a nearby structure.
11/17/14 Best Projects Project of the Year: Mercy Health-West Hospital

Ceramic brick facade captures the colors of surrounding sky and landscape.
11/17/14 Best Small Project: The Cube

Near invisible structural system enhances shopping center displays.
11/17/14 ENR Midwest Best Projects 2014

Honorees range from a Holocaust memorial and airport runway to an orangutan habitat and tied-arch bridge.
09/22/14 Pipeline Project Takes Crews on a 67-mile Trek

Project team members negotiate ice caps, endangered species and more as they lay a $274-million raw-water pipeline near Flint, Mich.
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