This new assisted living and memory care facility will be located in North Madison. A five-story wing will have 75 one- and two-bedroom independent apartments, and a four-story wing will have 24 assisted living apartments and 36 memory care units. A community space with main entry, dining/terrace area, bakery/cafe, library, and health and wellness center with aquatic therapy pool will join the two wings. Groundbreaking is anticipated in spring of 2016.
Lothlorien Co-op is a community of approximately 34 people who share this castle-like structure on the shore of Lake Mendota – adjacent to the University of Wisconsin campus. After a fire damaged this property, Huffman Facility Development was hired to develop a project scope, engage contractors, and manage construction of the $600,000 renovation. The project was completed in October, 2015.
In May of 2014, the congregation of Beth Israel Center broke ground on the renovation of its 1950s-era synagogue, located in a neighborhood on the near west side of Madison. Sixty percent of the existing structure was retained, while the remaining 40% was demolished and a new structure was rebuilt. The new building incudes a main sanctuary, which can expand to a capacity of 600 for high holiday services, a small sanctuary, classrooms for Jewish day school, administrative and social hall spaces, a kitchen (meat and parve), and a Mikveh (a bath for ritual immersion).
The total project cost was $6.2 million for 10,000 square feet, and it reopened in December, 2014.
In 2011, DAIS began plans to move to a new location in the north side of Madison. An old Sears small-machine shop at 2102 Fordem Avenue was purchased and converted into offices and meeting space. In addition, a new residential addition was built to house victims of domestic abuse. This new addition expanded the DAIS’s capacity from 25 beds at the old facility to 56 beds in the new residence. Total project space is 35,000 square feet.
Construction began in July, 2013, and was completed in June, 2014. Total project cost was $8.2 million.
Agrace Center for Hospice & Palliative Care expanded its service area for south central Wisconsin by constructing a new facility in Janesville. This location provides 12 inpatient suites for short-term, acute care for its hospice patients. The building also contains spaces for Agrace staff who provide in-home hospice care locally, as well as public spaces that are used for grief support groups, training, and community education and outreach.
Construction of the 20,000 square foot facility began in September, 2013 and was completed in May, 2014. Total cost of this project was $6.5 million.
Construction of the opera center, located at 335 W. Mifflin Street, involved a $1 million build-out of commercial condo space. The center includes:
Construction began in April, 2013 and was completed in July of that same year. Huffman Facility Development served as Owner’s Project Manager for this project.
In January, 2010, renovation of this 10-story, 62,400 square foot facility began. This 1920s -era structure was in need of complete refurbishment so that the YWCA could continue with its central mission — providing shelter and affordable housing to Madison’s disadvantaged population. Throughout the yearlong renovations, the building, located on Capitol Square, remained occupied by the YWCA’s 150 residents. Renovating floor by floor, the contractors installed elevators and a central heating and cooling system, and reconfigured housing units for accessibility and space. Care was taken to preserve the building’s unique historical features.
The project was completed in January, 2011, at a cost of $10.2 million. Huffman Facility Development served as the YWCA’s Owner’s Representative.
The City of Fitchburg renovated and expanded their community center to meet the growing needs of various facility user groups. Huffman Facility Development teamed with Dorschner Associates to provide architectural and construction management services. Our team was responsible for advancing the project through approvals by five separate commission bodies and delivering the construction within a very tight budget. Construction started in April, 2011, and was completed in September, 2011. Total project cost was $2 million.
The City of Middleton constructed a new $10 million police station and municipal building in the spring of 2009. The two-story, 52,000 square foot building houses the police staff and also serves as municipal courthouse.
Huffman Facility Development was hired to represent the City of Middleton as Owner’s Representative for the project during design, bidding, and the construction phase. The project was completed in April, 2010.
The City of Middleton constructed a new 40,000 square foot Fire Station and a 12,000 square foot EMS facility on the edge of downtown Middleton.
Huffman Facility Development was retained as Owner’s Representative to serve as the City of Middleton’s primary point of contact during the construction and move-in phases. Total project cost was $9 million and construction was completed in September, 2008.
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