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Residential & Mixed Use

Mills Street Apartments

Professional Engineering was responsible for the site planning, grading, drainage, utilities, stormwater management and erosion control for the construction of a three-story apartment building downtown Madison.

Oak Grove Affordable Housing

Professional Engineering worked with the Dodge County Housing Authority (DCHA) on the development civil engineering plans for 20 three-bedroom duplex units in Horicon, Wisconsin.  The development will fulfill a significant need for energy efficient, well located and reasonable priced housing in Dodge County.  All plans and specifications were prepared in such a way as to warrant a Wisconsin Green Built Home Standard score of 150 or more or to the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria. 

Granite Ridge Apartments

Professional Engineering completed the civil engineering for this Mixed Use project which includes 61 apartments above and retail below in Madison.  Services included preparation of a site planning, grading, erosion control and utility design.

The Lodge at Walnut Grove

Professional Engineering performed as the civil engineer for this 5 acre redevelopment project in the Village of Shorewood Hills.  The project includes a 36-Unit & 64 Unit apartment buildings in the first phase and 94 Units in the second phase with underground and surface parking.    Our firm designed the erosion control, storm water management, grading, parking layout, and utilities for this project.

The Galaxie

Professional Engineering, LLC, completed the civil engineering plans and specifications for this redevelopment project. The Galaxie is a mixed-use property with both commercial space (including a Festival Foods Grocery Store and parking structure) on the first three floors and apartments on 11 floors above. Professional Engineering worked closely with the City of Madison and The Architect on this project. Improvements were made to both Paterson Street and E. Washington Avenue to accommodate the development. Professional Engineering was responsible for the Grading Plan, Erosion Control Plan, Utility Plan, and Site Details.

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