Miron Construction projects recognized by The Daily Reporter as 2021 Top Projects in Wisconsin

Posted on Mar 16, 2022 by Awards

The Daily Reporter, a statewide construction newspaper, recently honored outstanding Wisconsin construction projects on its annual Top Projects in Wisconsin list. This year, four of Miron Construction Co., Inc.’s projects have been recognized: Green Bay Packaging New Recycled Paper Mill,  West De Pere Intermediate School , University of Wisconsin-Madison Nicholas Recreation Center, and University of Wisconsin-Platteville Boebel Hall.

Awards will be presented at the 23rd Annual Top Projects event in early May. The event recognizes outstanding achievements by Wisconsin builders, owners, engineers, architects, and more.

Below is additional information about Miron’s award-winning projects:

Green Bay Packaging New Recycled Paper Mill
The new greenfield manufacturing facility is part of a $500+ million expenditure to Green Bay Packaging’s operations in Green Bay. It features a 100 percent recycled paper machine and is designed to significantly increase the company’s capacity. The facility replaces an existing operation built in 1948 and is the first paper mill to be built in Wisconsin in more than 35 years. See more here.

West De Pere Intermediate School
In response to rapid growth, the School District of West De Pere expanded its facilities to include a new 5-6 intermediate school. This much-needed space allows for band, foreign language, and STEM learning spaces. A central learning stair provides an informal gathering space for students as they move about the building. A gym, cafeteria, and fitness areas function independently from the rest of the school for night and weekend activities. See more here.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Nicholas Recreation Center
The new UW-Madison recreational center provides state-of-the-art training facilities and helps the school meet increasing student demand. A bold, glassy façade along Dayton Street provides ample daylight and showcases the activity within, including the new multi-level running track. It features eight full-size courts for multiple activities, including basketball, volleyball, badminton, futsal, and special events (twice as many as the former building), and triples the amount of cardio and strength-training space. The aquatic center features a 50-meter pool (convertible to two 25-yard pools), 29 short-course pool lanes, a diving well, and seating for 1,200 spectators. See more here.








University of Wisconsin-Platteville Boebel Hall
Phase II renovations at Boebel Hall included a 780-square-foot addition to the building entrance with a modernized façade, as well as 51,480 square feet of renovated spaces. This project provides the UW-Platteville campus with a cutting-edge science building that includes expanded and updated instructional laboratories, undergraduate research space, and general classrooms, comprised of chemistry labs, geology/rock saw labs, cadaver labs, geography labs, a multi-climate greenhouse, and more.


For the full 2021 Top Projects list, click here.



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