“The Path We Follow” Johnsonville’s New Corporate Headquarters Addition | Development
Sorry for the short break in our posts. I have been busy working through items in the Delivery Phase of our 4D approach. More on that later.
Over the past few posts we have covered the Design Phase. Today we kick off the third leg of the Abacus 4D Approach – “Development”. The Development Phase is somewhat like a production line. The goal of this phase is to transfer the elements of the Design Phase into Construction Documents. This requires the precise development of architectural plans and specifications with structural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical engineering. The Delivery Phase requires complete coordination and team work from numerous individuals. Let’s meet those individuals that helped create this truly one of a kind project.
-Kurt Davis | Project Architect
Meet the Abacus Architects Project Development Team
Kyle Karstaedt | Specifications + Quality Control
Derrek Lemahieu | Construction Document Coordinator
Gavin Dorsch | Construction Document Coordinator
Joel Van Ess | Project Civil Engineer
Meet the Collaborators
Ambrose Engineering | ambroseengineering.com
Ambrose Engineering, Inc. is a structural engineering design consulting firm headquartered in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. We have registered engineers serving all 50 states, and offer a diversified line of services to clients in a wide range of industries.
IBC Engineering Services | ibcengineering.com
IBC Engineering Services was founded 20+ years ago on the idea of INTEGRATED BUILDING CONCEPTS, bringing together building form, function, performance and cost.
Specializing in the design and commissioning of energy efficient and sustainable HVAC / ELECTRICAL / PLUMBING / FIRE PROTECTION systems, multiple disciplines work together from the onset of a project, often identifying design solutions that may not otherwise be considered. Specifically, our engineers can calculate energy use and cost early in the design, informing designers of the implications of plan configurations, mechanical systems and lighting options.
Internally, Integrated Building Concepts means that all of our engineers not only have knowledge of specific mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, but that each also understands how they come together in a building as a whole. With this inter-disciplinary approach we often discover cost-effective solutions that don’t compromise quality, which translates into healthier buildings.
Capital Foodservice Design | capitalfsdesign.com
Capital Foodservice Design, LLC is committed to providing you with complete Foodservice and Laundry design services through all phases of planning and construction. From concept to completion and beyond, we approach every project with a focus on functionality, flexibility, cost, and client satisfaction. With over fifteen years of experience in the Foodservice and Laundry design industry, Capital Foodservice Design, LLC will provide you with the best possible design and service to meet the needs of your facility now and in the future. Each project is handled with unique perspective and integrity. Ingenuity and an eye for solutions make Capital Foodservice Design the obvious choice for your foodservice and laundry design services.
Henricksen | henricksen.com
We furnish high-performance spaces.
Henricksen is an industry-leading contract furniture dealer with 250+ professionals who serve clients across North America.
Enterprise Lighting | enterpriselighting.com
Lighting and Control
It is the mission of Enterprise Lighting, LTD to be the leader in the state of Wisconsin in the sales of lighting, lighting controls, and energy efficient products. We strive to conduct our business in an honest and fair manner, providing superior customer service, satisfaction and personal service.
We aim to grow by improving our product offering, services, and processes. We encourage creativity, long term thinking, teamwork, and mutual respect among our staff. To enhance the quality of life, we support social, cultural and economic programs in the communities in which we participate. Each employee is given equal opportunity to perform and grow within a dynamic organization. The strength of our company is our outstanding people, caring about the people we serve.
Camera Corner Connecting Point | cccp.com
A Message from Rick Chernick, CEO
Camera Corner Connecting Point started simply as Camera Corner back in 1953, when my Dad and his work partner decided to open a camera store in downtown Green Bay. From a staff of 2 in 1953, our third-generation business has grown to a staff of over 120 employees and we mean much more than cameras! Along the way we have expanded our expertise into the technology that moves business and connect us to our jobs, to information and to each other. Camera Corner Connecting Point is the oldest technology store in Northeast Wisconsin. Our commitment is to provide our customers with quality products and services at the best value.
We live up to our promises by hiring the most qualified people. I am proud of our staff and resources we provide our customers. All of us at Camera Corner Connecting Point will work hard to make your buying experience pleasurable. Whether you are buying a camera or a complete computer network, we will work with you as a team to provide the best possible solution.
We are not the best because we are the oldest. We are the oldest because we are the best!
Scathain | scathain.com
DESIGN + BUILD
We are designers. We are metal artists. We are furniture makers. From start to finish, we craft timeless, functional, and memorable pieces.
Designing buildings that connect with people and places.
Creating places that inspire, enrich, or simply work well is vitally important to us. In fact, every project we pursue is based on our ability to advance our clients’ lives. At Abacus Architects, we design to build relationships. It’s only fundamental. Architecture should serve the people who inhabit the places we create, not the other way around. It’s architecture for all of us, building together to reach a common goal.
Posted On July 25, 2017 | in "The Path We Follow" Series