Findorff provided construction services for UpperHouse, a religious gathering spot and lecture hall on East Campus Mall. The facility was renovated from an existing cafeteria on the second floor of University Square into a multi-use space for student use. This space at the heart of the UW-Madison campus is now a large venue capable of hosting anything from a concert to a retreat for a church youth group.
The UpperHouse space also serves as a headquarters for the Stephen and Laurel Brown Foundation and its staff. Although a shared space, UpperHouse stays focused on its mission to serve university students, faculty and administrators for faith-based purposes.