The Abbey Resort

Commercial PORTFOLIO

The Abbey Resort

Anvan Development Corporation, Fontana, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Fontana, WI

SIZE

500,000 SF

CLIENT

Kraemer Brothers

ARCHITECT

Kahler Slater

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$4.1MM

Photo Credit: The Abbey Resort

Westphal & Co., Inc. provided design/build electrical services for the remodel of 500,000 square feet of this luxury resort in Southern Wisconsin. The scope of work included lighting, power, voice-data-video, fire alarm, and associated systems. The project consisted of creating 330 condominiums in seven 3-story buildings. Remodeling also included restaurants, bars, ballrooms, meeting rooms, luxury spa, indoor pool, four outdoor pools, indoor tennis facility, landscape lighting, and outdoor wedding area.

University Square Development

Commercial PORTFOLIO

University Square Development

Executive Management, Inc., Madison, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Madison, WI

SIZE

1.05M SF

CLIENT

J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.

ARCHITECT

Potter Lawson

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$17.9MM

Photo Credit: Potter Lawson

Westphal & Co., Inc. provided design/assist construction services for this 1,050,000 square-foot, mixed-use facility completed on an 18 month construction schedule. This building features 350 student housing apartments, UW Student Health Services, Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid Office, Bursar’s Office, 500 underground parking spaces, and 140,000 square feet of retail space. The scope of work includes lighting, power, voice-data-video, fire alarm, and associated systems.

Hilton Garden Inn – Downtown Madison, WI

Hospitality PORTFOLIO

Hilton Garden Inn

Mortensen Development, Madison, WI

SPECIFICATIONS

LOCATION

Madison, WI

SIZE

188,000 SF

CLIENT

Mortensen Construction Co.

ARCHITECT

Kahler Slater

CONTRACT AMOUNT

$2.95MM

Photo Credit: Kahler Slater

This is a new 176 room, 188,000 square-foot hotel constructed on the University of Wisconsin campus adjacent to the Kohl Center, the home of UW’s basketball and hockey teams. Our work included lighting, power, voice/data cabling, emergency power, and fire alarm system. The entire project had an extensive 3D model created by the ours and others’ advanced virtual construction team. The BIM model was used for extensive multi-trade prefabrication for the entire project. The condensed mechanical areas were modeled in detail in order to complete the project on an aggressive timeline. Hotel rooms were fully mocked up to confirm locations of all contractors’ scopes of work.