As the new year progresses, we are excited to announce project work with four amazing new clients.
This project involves master planning redevelopment of both the Transit and Public Works facilities located in the City of Sheboygan. Both facilities are from the 1960s and are now undersized and under-equipped for their current functions.
Following Norman Barrientos’ seminar presentation at the American Public Works Association (APWA) Fall Conference, Dave Beibei, the Public Works Director for Sheboygan, approached Norman for a consultation on their building renovation needs. Following an initial consultation visit, the City of Sheboygan hired Barrientos Design to start the planning process to assess the architectural condition of the existing facilities and project the spaces’ needs for the future.
Fabick Cat is a multi-state dealer and service center for Caterpillar’s heavy-duty construction equipment. This is the big, yellow, steel construction equipment you’d usually see out on a roadway project. Barrientos Design has been hired for our expertise with fleet maintenance facilities to expand Fabick Cat’s Madison, WI service center.
As one of the busiest service centers, the Madison shop is in strong need of additional service bays, a truck wash, and an improved layout to handle deliveries and equipment sales. Barrientos Design is currently working on a concept building and site plan to address Fabick Cat’s needs.
The City of Milwaukee has hired Barrientos Design for our expertise with public works facilities and yard facilities in particular. We are designing a new building at the City’s southern DPW headquarters to house a salt brine maker and storage tanks.
Barrientos Design has been hired to develop design schemes for expanding or relocating two of Lincoln County’s Highway Department facilities. The main facility is located in County Seat, Merrill, WI while the secondary facility is in Tomahawk, WI.
For this and the above City of Milwaukee project, Barrientos Design is developing a series of schemes that explore reusing portions of existing buildings onsite or totally relocating to a new site outside of city limits.