NEENAH, WIS. — McMahon, a full-service, professional engineering and architectural firm, has been working on projects throughout northeast Wisconsin.
The firm has been hired to work on the Weyauwega Public Library addition, beginning work in 2022 with an initial building design. The library received a grant for the project and McMahon will continue to partner and work through the project’s final design.
McMahon recently provided design and bidding services as well as assisting with construction administration and management for the Village of Combined Locks State Street Reconstruction project, a $2.2 million project which is about 0.9 miles along the Fox River. It includes constructing new concrete streets, sidewalks and driveway aprons as well as reconstructing the bridge deck over Garners Creek.
The company also recently finished design work for Appleton Area School District projects at Einstein and Madison Middle Schools.
McMahon was selected by the Oneida Nation to provide architectural and engineering services for the new Oneida Community Cannery which will facilitate food processing and allow for the transfer of knowledge of food and empowering citizens in safe production and processing of their own, states a release. Construction is expected to begin in late 2023.
The company is also the architect, civil and structural engineer for a project with Salm Partners in the Village of Denmark as it continues phase three of a meat plant expansion and renovation nears completion.