Fast & Furious Select Projects

Julie Mitchell – AIA, Vice President – Director of Select Projects Division, Dan Watring – Select Project Director, Ben Freeland – Select Project Director, Phillip Rohner – Project Superintendent, Adam Reek – Project Director Associate,
Ken Neitzke – Sr. Architectural Technician

The Fast & Furious Select Projects Division is a dedicated team that work on projects under $300,000 in value such as interior renovations, small additions, minor upgrades etc.

Examples of the projects we typically handle include; bathroom/locker room renovations, office build-outs, retail tenant improvements, industrial equipment foundations, crane foundations or new rails, loading dock modifications, parking lot modifications, airplane hangar door modifications, moving doors or adding new window openings, and a wide range of other miscellaneous projects your business might need.

Check out some of our Fast & Furious Select Projects

Learning Rx Brain Training Center
Waukesha, WI

2014

Architectural design and construction of an 1,865 s.f. interior remodel. Learning Rx is a brain training business, helping people of all ages improve the function of their brain.

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www.learningrx.com

Ian’s Pizza – North Avenue
Milwaukee, WI

2015

Ian’s Pizza selected MSI General to design/build their North Avenue locations complete remodel and expansion. MSI General will be building out the 3,069 Square Foot space, effectively doubling the size of the restaurant.

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www.ianspizza.com

Outpost Natural Foods Market Cafe
Milwaukee, WI

2012

Architectural design and construction of a 12’x16′ retail kiosk located within Aurora Sinai Medical Center.

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www.outpost.coop

Waukesha County Museum – Les Paul
Waukesha, WI

2013

A remodel of the existing museum in Waukesha. Construction of a “black box” for the Les Paul Exhibit.

www.waukeshacountymuseum.org

Matchpoint Commons
Oconomowoc, WI

2013

MSI General Corp partnered with the Oconomowoc Area School District to oversee the design and construction of a 2,000 s.f. tennis pavilion which will provide restrooms, covered gathering space, storage, and concessions for the award winning Oconomowoc Tennis Center. Construction was completed in September 2013.

Premier Aluminum
Racine, WI

2009

Architectural design and construction of a 50,000 s.f. warehouse and foundry addition, including the remodel of office and production areas.

www.premieraluminum.com

Miniature Precision Components
Walworth, WI

2002

Architectural design and construction of a 47,000 s.f. office and production facility.

www.mpc-inc.com

Children’s Play Gallery
Oconomowoc, WI

2014

The Children’s Play Gallery is a museum dedicated to educating and developing young children through hands-on, creative and interactive play. The Children’s Play Gallery moved to Oconomowoc with the change of ownership. They selected MSI General to design and removate a 9,332 square foot space. Some key changes include brighter finishes, and the relocated pirate ship creating a fun environment.

www.facebook.com/childrensplaygallery

Merton Town Hall Library Children’s Area
Merton, WI

2014

In 2009, MSI General designed and constructed the main library, but the basement was left unfinished. The Merton Town Library staff desired more space for the children’s area. MSI General worked with them to design the 1,500 square foot lower level to be a new children’s area. This gave the teens a monitored area to play computer games and a specified area for the children to read books.

www.townofmerton.com/