AGC of Wisconsin recently awarded 37 projects for their annual Build Wisconsin awards program. Kraemer Brothers received two awards for projects in the new construction and renovation categories. The two projects include Sauk Prairie Police Station, and Kickapoo Area School District Aquatics Renovation. These two projects were recognized for their sustainable practices, craftsmanship, innovation, and meeting difficult challenges.
The Sauk Prairie Police Station replaced an aging municipal building. Consisting of police personnel offices, community conference rooms, exercise & wellness areas, evidence processing rooms, and a large indoor parking garage, Kraemer Brothers implemented many sustainable features to help support the surrounding environment. Constructed of decorative natural stone and brick, metal siding, and large glass windows, this police station will serve the community for years to come!
The Kickapoo Area School District Aquatics Renovation consisted of converting an inoperable natatorium into a usable pool and multipurpose room. Also included in the project are refurbished locker rooms, equipment and pool storage rooms, laundry/treatment rooms, and a basement housing the mechanical equipment used to run the pool and newly renovated space. New wall coverings and tile matching the Kickapoo Panther’s school colors was installed throughout the natatorium as well as glass windows for viewing and natural lighting.
For more information about each project, make sure to check out each project portfolio!