Kraus-Anderson Construction is expanding its footprint, opening a new office in Milwaukee. The company has named Mike Timmers as director of operations. A location for the Milwaukee office has not yet been secured.
Kraus-Anderson’s long history of construction projects in East-Southeast Wisconsin and the Milwaukee-Chicago region dates back to the 1950s and ’60s when it built Bayshore Shopping Center in Milwaukee; grocery stores for Red Owl (with multiple Wisconsin and Chicago locations) and facilities for companies from Wisconsin Foods (Sturgeon Bay) to Bankers Mutual Life (Freeport, Illinois).
In recent years, KA has delivered an array of notable projects for a range of commercial and government sector markets in the region. Projects include renovation of the FBI Field Office, Milwaukee; a tenant buildout for Strang Architects in Madison, which is Wisconsin’s first WELL-Certified project; and Monarch Health in Madison, an addiction recovery clinic offering a model for opioid addiction treatment that is a first of its kind. KA has also performed multiple projects for repeat clients, including Room and Board, Pick ‘n Save, Scheels, Cabela’s, Fidelity Investments, Verizon, Lowes, Wilde Automotive, Home Run Auto Group and Lupient Automotive Group. Current projects in the area include an adaptive reuse project for Winston-Knolls Schools, a school serving students with autism in Elgin, Ill.