Miron Construction awarded ‘Best Landscape/Hardscape/Urban Design’ by Engineering News Record Midwest

Posted on Sep 20, 2018

Miron Construction Co., Inc. recently received the ‘Best Landscape/Hardscape/Urban Design’ award from Engineering News Record (ENR) Midwest for its work on the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union Redevelopment Phase II & Alumni Park project. ENR Midwest received more than 100 entries, which were evaluated by […]


What’s New in EDU?

Posted on Sep 19, 2018

Here’s what’s new in the Miron Education market! Little Chute School District Work is complete at the Little Chute Intermediate/Middle High School after the District successfully passed a $17.7 million referendum in 2017. Students went back to school to an all-new cafeteria, modern library, and […]

Groundbreaking ceremony launches $30M Fox Cities Champion Center project

Posted on Sep 18, 2018

A  new economic engine for Fox Valley tourism drew a little closer Tuesday as a groundbreaking ceremony marked the beginning of construction of the Fox Cities Champion Center, a $30 million youth sports complex that’s expected to bring a steady parade of young athletes and their […]

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On-the-Job Education

Posted on Sep 17, 2018

Miron believes ongoing education and training is essential to our success, both in the field and in the office. The Academy of Excellence Here at Miron, we are committed to the professional growth of our employees. We understand that confidence can be built through shared […]


Referendum to Reality

Posted on Sep 14, 2018

Over the past 15+ years, Miron has helped more than 40 school districts pass referenda for educational projects including new construction, additions, and renovations to existing elementary, middle, and high schools. It’s exciting and fulfilling to see what was once a dream on paper come […]

Visit greater Green Bay: New $6.5 million visitors center to open by 2020

Posted on Sep 13, 2018

The Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau will build a $6.5 million visitors center on land owned by the Green Bay Packers west of the Titletown District. Brad Toll, president and CEO of the CVB, said the center could welcome 100,000 of the 5.7 million people […]