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Forest County Potawatomi Community Executive Building

Crandon, WI


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Owner: Forest County Potawatomi Community
Size: 45,000 SF
Completion: August 2006
Architect / Engineer: Engberg Anderson Design Partnership, Inc.

Project Description:

The new Forest County Potawatomi Executive Building encompasses executive offices, a courthouse, a 40’ rotunda entry, and an auditorium. The new building provides the necessary space for expansion, allowing for the inclusion of the courthouse, and presents one location for all tribal meetings. The circular design of the auditorium and rotunda provides for a unique design element. The rotunda even ties further to the heritage of the tribe through the inclusion of 40’ timbers that rise up three stories, used to create the look and feel of a tepee. The unique design allows for a truly “one-of-a-kind” look that has the ability to capture one’s eye while still paying homage to the heritage of the Potawatomi Indian Tribe.



Testimonial:
“Construction of a new facility can be an extremely challenging and stressful period of time, but Miron’s commitment to excellence, dedication, knowledgeable staff, and flexibility during the process helped to make the project a resounding success.”

Aaron J. Marty
Director of Design & Construction Management
Irgens Development Partners, LLC

Awards:
- The Daily Reporter, one of the Top 20 Projects in Wisconsin for 2006
- Midwest Construction, Best of 2007 Award