At Findorff, we love what we do and we want the world to know! Our talented employees and distinguished projects are frequently featured in news articles and press releases nationwide.
MADISON – Since Findorff’s start in 1890, our people have set the bar for excellence in the construction industry. We have continued this tradition as several of our employees were recently recognized by The Daily Reporter as Newsmakers of the Year. They include Reese Mersberger, Christin Mlsna, and Carl Wickman.
MADISON, WI – For over 125 years, Findorff has maintained a focus on exemplary character, community involvement, and quality craftsmanship. In the office and on the jobsite, Findorff is comprised of incredibly talented professionals and trades people, many of whom have been with the Company since they started in the industry. We know it’s truly our people that make the difference and we are privileged to share some exciting news.
MADISON – On Thursday, July 14, local truck dealership Wisconsin Kenworth will host a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new state-of-the-art facility at 4539 Kenworth Drive in Windsor, Wis. The site is just north of the company’s former dealership. The event is open to the public and will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
MADISON – Findorff is excited to announce Project Manager Mike Stern has been recognized as the 2016 Chairman of the Year by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Greater Milwaukee.
Findorff is excited to announce several recent promotions of talented, hardworking people that have been instrumental to the Company’s success over the years: Matt Breunig, Chad Eschler, and Mark Premo.
Findorff received the Safety Excellence Award from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Wisconsin. This award recognizes construction firms with at least 4,000 work hours, no fatalities, and a low lost-time incident rate.
Findorff is excited to announce the ribbon cutting at Grace Episcopal Church, which has been a center of ministry on the Capitol Square and throughout Madison for over 175 years. Since 2012, the congregation has been engaged in a process of discernment and fundraising to improve its facilities and make its historic buildings a place of welcome and spiritual respite for the community.
Findorff proudly announces it has been selected to construct the new arena parking structure for the Milwaukee Bucks. This major undertaking is part of a public-private partnership to create a new sports and entertainment district in downtown Milwaukee. “With our office only blocks away from the Bucks development, we were already excited about what the new sports and entertainment district would bring not only to the city of Milwaukee, but also to the surrounding neighborhoods,” said Eric Wynn, Findorff’s General Manager Southeast Wisconsin and Director of Project Management for the Company’s Milwaukee office.