HGA Wins Six Top Projects Awards in Wisconsin

HGA has won six Top Projects for 2019 in the annual Daily Reporter awards program honoring the best in Wisconsin architecture, building, design, engineering, and more.

The winning projects include the Aurora Health Care – 84th Street Clinic in Greenfield; Marquette Athletic Human Performance Research Center in Milwaukee; Marquette University Physician Assistant Building in Milwaukee; Milwaukee County Zoo African Elephant Exhibit in Milwaukee; Milwaukee Ballet – Baumgartner Center for Dance in Milwaukee; and Uline W5 Distribution Center in Kenosha.

Winning Highlights

Aurora Health Center - 84South interior waiting room

Aurora Health continues its mission of delivering high-quality, cost-effective care with the new 150,000 square-foot Aurora Health Center – 84 South ambulatory surgery and health center branded around orthopedics. The center is part of the prominent 84 South mixed-use development located in the center of the southwest Milwaukee metro area.

Marquette University - Athletic and Human Performance Research Center interior locker room 1

Marquette University’s Athletic and Human Performance Research Center is the first phase of an innovative multi-purpose facility focused on training, testing, and research to improve athlete performance and enhance research. The first phase started with a new permanent home for men and women’s lacrosse and men’s golf.

Marquette University - Physician Assistant Studies Building interior simulation center

Marquette University’s growing Physician Assistant Studies program is a nationally ranked program designed to help address the huge gap in Wisconsin primary care providers. Marquette University’s Physician Assistant Studies Building offers an array of innovative simulation environments to support the schools vision of providing cutting edge curricula for practicing evidence-based medicine.

Milwaukee County Zoo African Elephant Exhibit is designed with a modern sensibility emphasizing sustainable resources. The one-and-a-half story building contains a double-height entrance/gathering room, eight classrooms, one lab, and administrative and teacher offices.

Milwaukee Ballet interior stage

Milwaukee Ballet – Baumgartner Center for Dance graces the city’s Third Ward with contemporary character that seamlessly becomes part of its historic context. The building includes specialized studios for the main Company and second Company, and provides ample room for the students of Milwaukee Ballet School & Academy.

The Uline W5 Distribution Center offers significant warehouse space with new offices, cafeterias, landscape/facilities area, and other support spaces.

About the Awards

Winners were chosen by a panel of industry experts along with The Daily Reporter staff.

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