Milwaukee – Miron Construction Co., Inc. is wrapping up construction of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s new two-story Innovation Accelerator Research Lab, the first building in Wauwatosa’s Innovation Park. Innovation Park, funded by the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Foundation, was established as a place where business and industry meets academic research to launch intellectual property for the new century; Miron was excited to be part of this endeavor.
Miron’s relationship with UW-Milwaukee continues with three recently awarded projects:
UW-Milwaukee Northwest Quadrant Central Utility Expansion
Miron’s scope of work for the $800,000 contract includes construction of four primary electrical power vaults and installing approximately 1,250 lineal feet of primary electrical power duct bank. The project is expected to be completed in August 2014.
UW-Milwaukee Downer Buildings HVAC Improvements
Miron’s scope of work for the $1.4 million contract includes extending the chilled water distribution system to the Downer complex and installing a chilled beam HVAC system to provide proper ventilation and cooling. Estimated complete date is December 2014.
UW-Milwaukee Classroom Renovation/Instructional Technology Improvements
Miron’s scope of work for the $365,000 contract includes the interior renovation of approximately 13,000 square feet to include demolition of existing walls and systems and the reinstallation of said walls and systems. Completion will be established upon notice to proceed.
“Miron is honored to be working with UW-Milwaukee,” said Tim Andrew, Vice President of Milwaukee Operations for Miron Construction. “We are proud to have a hand in bringing the University’s visions to life, and look forward to continued collaboration in the future.”