During this decade, Findorff commemorated its 100th year in successful operations. As a leading contractor throughout Wisconsin, its legacy was exemplified by the notable work of its skilled employees and strategic direction of its thoughtful leaders. However, the Company’s most landmark project of the decade, if not the century, was yet to be named. Many years ago, Wisconsin’s famous and internationally acclaimed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright proposed a design for the Monona Terrace Convention Center. Through perseverance and hard work, Findorff was able to break ground on a cold January day in 1995 to build this stunning piece of architecture that is today iconic to Madison’s skyline.
During this decade, ownership of Findorff was once again transferred. Long-time employees Dan Peterson, Tom Schuchardt, and Rich Lynch joined Curt Hastings as the Company’s primary owners and marked the selfless and forward-looking attitude of another generation devoted to Findorff’s legacy.Return to Timeline