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Award Winning Projects!

The Daily Reporter honored 42 construction projects at its Top Projects banquet last month. Kraemer Brothers received three awards for projects in the new construction and renovation categories. The three projects include Promega Nobel Drive Addition & Renovation, Sauk Prairie Police Station, and St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Addition & Renovation. These three projects were recognized for their uniqueness, overall objectives, overcoming obstacles, innovative safety programs, and sustainability.

Nobel Drive was originally purchased as a multi-tenant office building, and Kraemer Brothers was called in to renovation and expand the existing building. A 52,000 square foot renovation and 17,000 square foot addition, this new space will accommodate the growing service lines of Promega including cell manufacturing, engineering, instrument manufacturing, and a variety of customer support service departments. Equipped with geothermal systems for heating and cooling, the building also features a combination of red and gray panels paired with glass windows, boasting a premium look to the building.

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 is now the pride of the community.

St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception was a complete remodel of the building, top to bottom. Originally constructed in 1858, this church needed significant upgrades, including a new centrally accessible entrance, adding gathering space, increasing accessibility to the features, adding a kitchen and fellowship hall, restrooms, and a complete renovation of the nave, sacristy, and sanctuary — all while maintaining the look and feel of the historic church. The interior brick, wood beams, stained-glass windows, and the Stations-of-the-Cross remained preserved and reinstalled from the existing church.

For more information about each project, make sure to check out each project portfolio!