The School District of Cambridge, Wisconsin, expanded and renovated its high school. A secure entry, fitness center, and locker rooms were added. The kitchen, commons, computer lab, and library were modernized. Additionally, building-wide mechanical systems were updated.
The project was started and completed in the summer of 2013, and the total cost was $5 million.
Huffman Facility Development was hired by the Rifkin Group to manage the construction of Lakeland College's Madison Center. Evening, weekend, and online programs for the returning adult student are conducted in this modern facility.
Project completion date was December, 2012.
Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) developed the public Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, which is part of UW–Madison; and the Morgridge Institute for Research, a private, nonprofit research institute dedicated to improving human health by accelerating scientific discovery to patient delivery. These twin institutes were constructed in the heart of the UW–Madison campus to serve as a hub for interdisciplinary research. This cutting edge research facility employs several unique building systems such as geothermal and night flush mechanicals.
Huffman Facility Development was retained to provide Owner’s Representative services for the project. Project cost was approximately $210 million and completion was in December, 2010. The project achieved a LEED gold rating.
Huffman Facility Development was hired to serve as Owner’s Representative for creation of the new Sun Prairie High School and remodeling of the existing high school for conversion to an upper middle school. This $101 million project was the largest approved school referendum in state history.
The new high school comprises 410,000 square feet of building space on an 85 acre site and includes a 3-story academic section, a field house, a 1,050 seat performing arts center, a swimming pool, and athletic fields. The building utilizes a geothermal heating and cooling system for energy efficiency.
The upper middle school conversion required unique phasing to minimize disruption to the existing high school while work was conducted—changes were made over three summers. The new high school was completed in March, 2010 ahead of schedule and significantly under budget. The upper middle school was completed in August, 2010.
The Sun Prairie Area School District constructed a new 90,000 square foot elementary school. The community, via a referendum, approved the total cost of $17 million.
Huffman Facility Development was contracted to represent the school board and the district administration in the construction and opening of this facility. A geothermal heating and cooling system was installed in the school. The project was completed on-time and significantly under budget in June, 2008.
The Monona Grove School District constructed a new 160,000 square foot middle school and renovated their existing middle school to become an elementary school. The community, via a spring of 2006 referendum, approved the total project cost of $28 million.
Huffman Facility Development was engaged as Owner Project Manager to represent the school board and the District Administration in the design, construction and opening of these facilities. A geothermal heating and cooling system was installed in the new school. Two separate road development projects were undertaken as part of the overall development. The project was completed in June of 2008, ahead of schedule and under budget.
The MMSD expanded the Aldo Leopold Elementary School with a 16,755 square-foot addition. This project involved the creation of eight new classrooms,a library with support spaces, and circulation corridors. The total project cost was $2.14 million.
Huffman Facility Development was retained in November, 2002, to perform construction inspection services. This project was completed in March, 2003.
The Evansville Community School District constructed a new 180,000 square foot high school and renovated their existing middle and elementary schools. The community, via a spring of 2000 referendum, approved the total project cost of $25.5 million.
Huffman Facility Development was contracted to represent the school board and the district administration in the design, construction and opening of these facilities. The project was unique in that it incorporated alternative energy systems such as geothermal heating, photovoltaic and wind turbine electrical production. The project was completed in August, 2002, with a surplus of funds that were used to finance additional renovations.
The MMSD completed construction of the Cesar Chavez Elementary School in the fall of 2001. Shortly after its opening, the district closed the school due to air quality problems. An extensive remediation effort was undertaken to remove mold from building components.
Huffman Facility Development was retained to monitor, for the district, the reconstruction of this school. This project commenced only after all remediation was complete in May, 2002, and was finished in August, 2002. The cost of the reconstruction was $600,000.
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