Project Overview

This project consisted of the construction of two new multi-use pavilions at the Alliant Energy Center. Miron was tasked with demolishing the Center’s 12 aging barns and building 290,000 square feet of new space on the same footprint in just 22 weeks. In addition to livestock housing areas, the new pavilions include a milking parlor, concession stands, and pre-function areas. The pavilions also feature a state-of-the-art ventilation system, which includes 54 large intake fans that each introduce 33,000 CFM of fresh air for the animals. In all, up to 2600 head of cattle or 1300 horses can be housed in these world-class facilities for various events held throughout the year.

Government Market Leader

Corey Brumbaugh / Executive Vice President, Business Development, Government
[email protected]


Dane County


290,000 SF


October 2014

Architect / Engineer:

Strang, Inc.

In their words…

There has never been a time when someone from Miron has come in and closed the door and said, ‘We need to talk,’... Since day one, Miron has been good about keeping me informed on a day-to-day basis, and if there was an issue, the subcontractors have been reactive to address possible delays.” Mark Clarke, Executive Director Alliant Energy Center


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