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Results Of Menomonee Valley Charrette Revealed

April 25, 2018

The results of the Menomonee Valley Planning Charrette were revealed this week at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.

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MSOE Breaks Ground for New Computational Science Building

April 24, 2018

MILWAUKEE – A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Dwight & Dian Diercks Computational Science Building, a current UWRS project, took place yesterday on the Milwaukee School of Engineering campus. The new building will be completed in Fall 2019.

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UWRS Receives Two ASID Wisconsin Design Awards

March 9, 2018

MILWAUKEE – The Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects Interior Design Team is grateful to have received two awards at the Annual Design Awards Gala last night, hosted by the Wisconsin Chapter of American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). They were recognized for their efforts on the Carthage College Nursing Center and the Miller Park Food & Beverage Improvements.

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UWRS Participates In The Menomonee Valley Charrette

February 1, 2018

MILWAUKEE – Yesterday, Scott Ramlow, Nat Stein, Eric Manders, and Kelly Seniuk of Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects participated in a planning and development idea charrette for the Menomonee Valley. The charrette was hosted by Community Design Solutions at the UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP), the City of Milwaukee, and Menomonee Valley Partners.

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Milwaukee Brewers plan renovation of PNC Club Level with UWRS

December 12, 2017

MILWAUKEE – UWRS is very excited to work with the Milwaukee Brewers on the renovation of the PNC Club Level at Miller Park. Improvements will include updated interior finishes, signage, lighting, new food options, and more. All improvements will be completed in time for Opening Day 2018.

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Results Of Five Points Exchange Charrette Revealed

December 8, 2017

MILWAUKEE – The results of the most recent Community Design Solutions planning and development idea charrette for the Five Points Exchange were revealed earlier this week.

 

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MSOE Plans to Build New Computational Science Facility

October 24, 2017

MILWAUKEE – Uihlein/Wilson-Ramlow/Stein is looking forward with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) on their new, cutting-edge computational science facility, funded by MSOE regent and alumnus, Dwight Diercks, and his wife, Dian. The Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall will feature a state-of-the-art datacenter, and will be completed for the fall semester in 2019.

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New Leadership at Uihlein/Wilson

October 16, 2017

MILWAUKEE – The founding partners of Uihlein/Wilson Architects, David Uihlein and Del Wilson, will be retiring at the end of 2017. Stepping in to run the company will be its longtime partners, Scott Ramlow and Nat Stein. The firm will now be known as Uihlein/Wilson – Ramlow/Stein Architects. We will continue to seek projects with a civic purpose, and will remain headquartered in Downtown Milwaukee.

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Uihlein/Wilson Participates In The Five Points Exchange Charrette

October 2, 2017

MILWAUKEE – Last week, Brookfield East High School Senior Nina Lutz, Scott Ramlow, Nat Stein, and Eric Manders of Uihlein/Wilson Architects participated in a planning and development idea charette for the Five Points Exchange located in the Harambee Neighborhood. The charette was hosted by Community Design Solutions at the UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP).

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Milwaukee Repertory Theater plans renovation and expansion of Stackner Cabaret with Uihlein/Wilson

September 28, 2017

MILWAUKEE – Uihlein/Wilson is very excited to work with the Milwaukee Repertory Theater on the renovation of the Stackner Cabaret. Improvements will include the expansion of the space to increase the number of seats and create better sight-lines, a new bar, new restrooms, kitchen upgrades, and addressing the aging infrastructure.

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