The remodel is complete on The R.E.A.L. School’s new location in Sturtevant! It officially opened its doors on Wednesday at 10116 Stellar Ave. The R.E.A.L. School houses students in grades 6-12. The new location allows the school to grow, gives students opportunities to prepare for college and/or careers and get real world experiences. They will also get the opportunity to work closely with Gateway Technical College’s nearby SC Johnson iMET Center.
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Earlier this week, the Riley team and InSinkErator held a Groundbreaking Ceremony for InSinkErator’s new Corporate Headquarters in Mount Pleasant, WI. From left to right: Dave Riley, Chairman; Barb Riley, Executive Vice President; Chad Severson, President of InSinkErator; Paul Miller, Senior Project Manager; Patrick Flaherty, Project Engineer; and Tim Herr, Project Superintendent.
In mid-January, Oakton Community College unveiled its new 7,300 SF student center, which Riley recently completed construction of. To ensure the space would fit students’ needs, a team of students worked directly with the architect on the design.
Check out the video above for more details about this modern and inviting project. (Video courtesy of WCIU’s You & Me morning show)
We’re happy to announce the completion of two new free-standing industrial buildings owned by 2000 Development Corporation. The first building is located in the Pewaukee Corporate Park, which is only 2 minutes from I-94, just east of Pewaukee Road (STH 164) and Watertown Road. Midwest Custom Bottling is leasing 2/3 of the 128,000-SF building. The other 1/3 of the building, 50,000 SF, is available for lease.
Safelite AutoGlass® is occupying the second, 40,000 SF building on Rockwood Drive in Pewaukee. Safelite is moving its current Pewaukee location to the new building, which will be used as an auto glass service center and for warehousing and distribution. This location will be open starting December 1.
Riley Construction was the Construction Manager for the 168,000-SF combined projects and Korb + Associates Architects designed the buildings.