Miron Construction begins work on Brown County STEM Innovation Center at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
Miron Construction Co., Inc., in partnership with Somerville, Inc., recently broke ground on the Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay campus. Miron serves as the general contractor of the new $12 million, 65,000-square-foot education center.
The purpose of the STEM Innovation Center is to elevate science, technology, engineering, and math awareness in the wider community; to create community-wide strategic partnerships; to respond to an increased need for employees with STEM skills; to develop business and recreational components for the wider community; and to attract new STEM talent and keep existing STEM talent in Brown County.
This project began in September 2018 and is scheduled to be complete in August 2019.
For more information on Miron’s experience in higher education construction, including its recent work on the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Chemistry and Biology building, visit miron-construction.com.
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