Enhancing safety and security, learning and capacity, numerous improvements are being implemented at Cedarburg elementary schools.Read More
A new three-story, 87,000-square-foot building for Notre Dame School.Read More
Enhancing safety and security, learning and capacity, numerous improvements are planned for Cedarburg High School.Read More
This project is an expansion of an existing two story, 34,700 SF medical clinic with a new, two story 40,000 SF facility. The new building houses imaging, surgery, walk-in clinic, specialty clinic, emergency department and future expansion shell space. The remodel of approximately 4,000 SF of the existing building increases primary care services. The remainder of the public spaces in the existing clinic received all new finishes.Read More
The Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi new convent consists of a 130,000 SF convent and office building, a 48 unit assisted living wing and a 32 unit memory care wing which are located on either side of the town square and office space.Read More
GROTH Design Group is the architect of record for this highly visible, 44,000-square-foot building on the northwest corner of W. Clybourn and N. 18th streets.
The design features moveable walls and equipment in some areas, allowing students to work on simulated cases with students in other health-related specialties. Beyond its academic mission, the glassy, four-story facility will be welcoming and community-facing as the university begins to transform its Clybourn St. corridor.Read More
A capacity analysis performed by GROTH Design Group shows the need for physical solutions to accompany current and future curriculum offerings at each Cedarburg School District building. Existing spaces are currently utilized at a level that eliminates opportunities for future growth and additional class offerings.
GROTH Design Group is analyzing and synthesizing input from more than 20 focus groups to develop options to satisfy the very limited capacity in order to adapt to increased enrollment and to address the current and future needs of teaching and learning.
Saint Rita Parish is getting a new Worship space. GROTH Design Group’s Paul Barribeau, AIA, is providing liturgical consultation.Read More
The goals of St. Dennis Parish’s new Sanctuary and music spaces were to provide a redesigned reredos wall backdrop for the Sanctuary Platform, location of a new tabernacle on the sanctuary platform, redesign of the flanking music area for additional space and more flexibility, reorder of storage and support spaces previously behind the existing reredos wall, renovation of the existing chapel, and relocation of reconciliation to provide greater presence.
GROTH Design Group was also responsible for Liturgical Furnishing Design.Read More
St. John Lutheran Church desired better provision for gathering and fellowship area within their existing building. The Master Planning for the church identified an under-utilized area as a potential location for a contemporary place for both fellowship and gathering.
The renewal of the space allows flexible fellowship that can accommodate gathering for worship, church dining, light recreation and meeting space.
Two thirds of the gym was retained for flexible fellowship and dining. The remainder of the gym area was converted to storage and restrooms. The stage was transformed into a conference room. A café counter for coffee and light refreshments was created between the dining/gathering area and the existing church kitchen. The renovation of the space transformed the aesthetics, focusing on improvements to lighting and materials suitable for fellowship and appealing to a more contemporary membership.
Upgrades to the mechanical and electrical systems were also made. The project also redesigned the layout of the existing parking lot to improve circulation, outdoor lighting, and upgrades to finishes in the church entry and main stairwell, and improvements to lighting in the existing kitchen.Read More
The first phase of a multi-phase expansion includes a single-story addition to the south end of Pilgrim Lutheran’s school campus. The addition includes a new classroom space, an administrative center (reception area, workroom, offices, conference room, health room, and staff restroom), new restrooms, and the gathering space for a future sanctuary that will be used for fellowship and education space until the sanctuary is constructed in a second phase.Read More
This newly renovated cafe & kitchen is located in a high-profile location on the east side of Milwaukee. Located in a thriving neighborhood, the goal of the project was to convert an abandoned building back to being a beautiful asset for the community. This location boasts a beautiful corner patio with seating for 50, along with a generous amount of seating inside as well.Read More
This 25,300 SF ministry home for the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus will have 15 units featuring large, shared dining and living spaces, a prayer room, a 2nd floor reflection patio, and a recreation space for exercising and relaxation. GROTH Design Group will also be assisting with removal of the Boy’s Home Dormitory which is necessary for the new construction.Read More
At full capacity, Froedtert Hospital was in need of a hospice wing. Without undertaking a large, costly project, their non-profit affiliate, Horizon Home Care stepped in and presented a new solution and approach to hospice care.
GROTH Design Group's mission was to develop concepts that could be temporarily implemented, allowing for a standard hospital room to be converted to a hospice room, all within one hour and by volunteer staff. Incorporating elements that touched all senses, a soothing home-like environment was created. After the room is no longer required for hospice care, the temporary elements are removed and it becomes a standard room once again.Read More
This project is an alteration of approximately 5,500 sf to a two-story space in Payne & Dolan’s beloved Pyramid Building. The renovation accommodates new private offices, an open office area, and teaming and support areas. GROTH Design Group led both interior and architectural design, and assisted the furniture designer with fabric selections.Read More
This 11,600 square foot clinic was designed with patient and staff flow in mind. It features 15 double sided exam rooms surrounding a collaborative team space allows staff to be closer to the patient increasing face time. This new layout has a projected 33% reduction in steps for doctors and 70% reduction in steps for nursing staff once self-rooming is implemented. The clinic was also designed to allow for self-rooming in the future by incorporating interior design practices to help navigate families to the correct exam room.Read More
The St. Leonard’s Parish project is primarily the addition of a new gathering area with support spaces to enhance fellowship for the parish. Previously, the 1980-vintage existing building only had an entry vestibule and hallway with some undersized offices, and was not conducive to fellowship before and after church services. This project demolished approximately 1,900-square feet of vestibule, toilet rooms, office and canopy, and replaced them with approximately 7,530 square feet of new construction.Read More
This project is a new K-12 school plus separate new daycare facility starting a campus in Milwaukee for Believers In Christ Ministries. The property at 5325 North 84th Street is also anticipated to be the home for their new church building.
The single-track school building will be approximately 57,000 square feet, and the daycare will be about 5,500 square feet, accommodating infants through 3 year olds.
Holy Apostles Catholic Church in New Berlin has added a 700 square foot perpetual adoration chapel. While adoration may take place in a church, perpetual adoration must take place in a chapel that is not being used for mass. Therefore, the chapel has its own separate, secure entrance from the outside. Involved from concept through construction administration, GROTH Design Group has tied the new 30-person chapel into the architecture of the church, taking cues from the existing form and material to make it integrated, with a warm and welcoming feeling.Read More
A community gateway feature being designed by GROTH Design Group with partner ZEBRADOG will be located on the northeast corner of Mequon and Cedarburg roads, in the heart of the Town Center. By adding a sense of place to the town center district, the desired outcome is to drive economic activity to the area.Read More