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Great Midwest Bank partners with VJS Construction Services and Madisen Maher Architects

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Great Midwest Bank in Bayside partnered with VJS Construction Services and Madisen Maher Architects to remodel its 1970’s colonial style building.  Located on Brown Deer Road in Bayside, the remodeling includes a new roof, dormers and gables, energy-efficient windows, a modern storefront entry and landscaping to improve street presence.   The 2,000 sq. ft. project will be complete in early September.

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Madisen Maher Architects commissioned to design River Place Lofts

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Madisen Maher Architects was commissioned to design River Place Lofts.  The 19th century warehouse space, formerly Pfister Vogel Tannery, was transformed into distinctive living environments ranging in size from 750 sq. ft. to 1570 sq. ft.  Features include exposed columns and beams, cream city brick and arched-top windows, all part of the original fabric of the building.  The building is sited to provide dynamic views of the 6th Street Viaduct, the Harley Museum, The Iron Horse Hotel, Burnham Canal and downtown Milwaukee.
 
River Place Lofts site features four buildings built between 1871 and 1874.

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Madisen Maher Architects breathes new life into new Les Paul Performance Center

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The City of Waukesha hired Madisen Maher Architects (MMA) for architectural design to breathe new life into an old band shell, now the home of the Les Paul Performance Center.  The Center, at 321 Wisconsin Avenue, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, opened in June and features performances from a wide variety of artists Tuesday nights and hosts the Waukesha Civic Band on Thursday nights.
 
Les Paul, known throughout the world for the development and perfection of the first solid body electric guitar, otherwise known as the Gibson Les Paul, would have celebrated his 100th birthday on June 9, 2015.

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