Epic Systems Campus Two

Commercial PORTFOLIO

Epic Systems Campus TWO

Epic Systems, Inc., Verona, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Verona, WI

SIZE

1.08M SF

CLIENT

J.P. Cullen

ARCHITECT

Cuningham Group Architecture

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$30MM

FEATURED

Geothermal energy system

Photo Credit: Cuningham Group

Campus Two joins Epic’s existing Campus One on the headquarters site. Building K is a 3-story, 171,866 square-foot building that houses 415 offices, a 225-person meeting room, and the central energy plant that serves all of Campus Two. In addition, the campus includes three 160,000 square-foot office buildings and a 752,000 square-foot, 2,080-stall underground parking ramp. The central energy plant in Building K holds the pumps, controls, and other equipment for the geothermal system that heats and cools Campus Two.

Epic Systems Learning Center Expansion

Commercial PORTFOLIO

Epic Systems Learning Center Expansion

Epic Systems, Inc., Verona, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Verona, WI

SIZE

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CLIENT

J.P. Cullen

ARCHITECT

Cuningham Group Architecture

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$10MM

FEATURED

Relocation of underground medium voltage utilities

Photo Credit: Cuningham Group

This expansion reshaped the fan-shaped Epicenter auditorium into a full circle. The expansion created additional space for new training rooms, which are used to train the client’s customers on the use of the client’s award winning medical records software. Electrical work included the relocation of underground medium voltage utilities, power distribution, lighting and lighting control, fire alarm systems, voice/data/video cabling, access control systems, and branch circuiting.

Flexsteel Corporate Headquarters

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Flexsteel Corporate Headquarters

Flexsteel, Dubuque, IA

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Dubuque, IA

SIZE

46,000 SF

CLIENT

Conlon Construction Co.

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$1.2MM

FEATURED

Energy efficient / green power

Photo Credit: Flexsteel

Located in the Port of Dubuque, the Flexsteel Corporate Headquarters is a 4-story, 46,000 square-foot office building including full height windows, multiple private offices and a roof garden overlooking the Mississippi River. Westphal & Co. completed the electrical work, including power distribution, standby power generation, lighting and lighting control, fire alarm system, UPS power back-up, voice/data cabling, access control system, security camera system and branch circuiting. This energy efficient building allows Flexsteel to manage and serve its global operations while staying on the cutting edge of green power.

Exact Sciences Innovation One Office Building

Commercial PORTFOLIO

Exact Sciences Innovation One Office Building

Exact Sciences, Madison, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Madison, WI

SIZE

125,000 SF

CLIENT

J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.

ARCHITECT

Potter Lawson

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$8.2MM

FEATURED

3000-amp electrical utility service designed to accommodate future additions

Photo Credit: Findorff

Innovation One is a new 125,000 square-foot, 5-story corporate office building with three underground parking levels in University Research Park on Madison’s west side. For this design-build project, we are responsible for all of the electrical engineering, design, and construction of the electrical components of the building. Powering the building is a 3000 Amp electrical service designed to accommodate possible future additions. The building itself is a completely glass enclosed structure and will stand out among the others due to its unique curved shape when seen from above. Inside, there are several meeting rooms with AV capabilities, large open office and enclosed office areas, a full dining area and break café that doubles as a gathering space, and a full service fitness area complete with classroom and therapy rooms. 

S.C. Johnson Headquarters

CORPORATE PORTFOLIO

S.C. Johnson Headquarters

S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc., Racine, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Racine, WI

SIZE

170,000 SF

CLIENT

Mortenson Construction Co.

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$8.34MM

FEATURED

35KV exterior substation

Photo Credit: The Journal Times

There are three major phases to this project: 1) the construction of a new 35KV exterior substation, 2) demolition of existing facilities, and 3) construction of a new headquarters building.

For the substation work, our scope includes installing six medium voltage feeders in concrete duct banks to various substation locations on campus. Coordination of the various shutdowns on an active campus will be challenging.

The demolition work requires razing five buildings and an interior gut of four existing buildings. Our challenge is that many of the campus power and other systems tie into the rest of the campus through these buildings. Service will need to be maintained during demolition or rerouted prior to in order to keep the disruption of the occupied spaces to a minimum.

The new, 170,000 square feet of headquarters space consists of two new buildings constructed from the ground up and four existing buildings that will be completely renovated, with some areas remaining occupied during the remodeling. We are installing new power, LED lighting, lighting controls, fire alarm, and low voltage systems into the new headquarters.