Milwaukee Intermodal StationMilwaukee, Wisconsin
Size: 60,000 Square Foot Building
Project Cost: $17 million
Completion Date: 2007
Selected in a competitive proposal process by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Milwaukee Intermodal Partners (a Joint Venture Partnership between Project Management Advisors, Inc. and Wilton Partners, LLC) completed a redevelopment of the existing Amtrak station property located in downtown Milwaukee into a multi-modal transit facility. Consultants for the project included the world-class Wisconsin-based firms of IBC Engineering, Eppstein Uhen Architects, Kapur & Associates and CG Schmidt Construction.
Originally opened in 1965, the station currently ranks among Amtrak’s 25 busiest in ridership nationwide. The $17 million redevelopment plan involved a total renovation of the existing three story 60,000 square foot building, including removal of the existing façade and the addition of a 7,500 square foot three story glass atrium. IBC Engineering provided comprehensive mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services.
This signature project has received numerous awards including the American Institute of Architects – Wisconsin Design Award, The Building of America Awards Network – Wisconsin Top Projects Award, Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women – Urban Impact Award, American Society of Civil Engineers Wisconsin Chapter Project of the Year, Mayor’s Urban Design Award, Milwaukee Business Journal Project of the Year Award, Milwaukee Downtown Achievement CPR Award, and the Wisconsin Builders Top Projects Award.