Cullen was recently awarded the Student Athlete Performance Center Project at the University of Wisconsin – Madison as the Construction Manager at Risk with a total budget of $76.8 million. Components of the project are seeking a LEED Silver Certification. Work will begin December 2011 and be substantially complete in December 2013.
Cullen will manage this project out of their corporate office in Janesville, Wis. This project includes renovating existing structures and constructing a new multistory building adjacent to the McClain Center and Camp Randall Stadium, which will house programs for the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics.
The work will be completed in three phases. The first phase provides a tunnel access from the lower level of the McClain Center to the playing field to allow football players and coaches direct access to the field from the locker room suite. This first phase also prepares internal Camp Randall Stadium spaces so the McClain Center lower level can be vacated and remodeled. Phase one will also include turf replacement in Camp Randall Stadium and within the McClain Center. The second phase upgrades the entire McClain Center and completes the internal Camp Randall Stadium renovation. The third phase provides the new Fetzer Academic Center addition on the north end of the Stadium plus the project site-work components. The Stadium scoreboard and sound system will also be updated in phase three.