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May 4, 2020

What’s New? | April Recap

The Marketing Team put up signs in our Madison office windows overlooking Livingston Street and East Washington Avenue. A hopeful sentiment to the community.

We released Volume 5, Issue 1 of SyncMagazine. It features five wonderful stories about what’s happening at Strang, our projects, our clients and more!

We celebrated Earth Day, and shared how being Safer at Home has changed how we interact with our environment, provided us with new office mates, and necessitated new outlets for expression. Some of us are out exploring the natural beauty of our lakes (while still following public health guidelines). Others are trying to make the most of the frequent, albeit unexpected moments at home.

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For all the kids who enjoy playing with Legos…Strang partnered with Art + Lit + Lab to host students aged 11-14 at Strang’s Madison office to learn all about the world of architecture. As part of Art + Lit + Lab’s Summer Arts Camp, this program was all about teaching the fundamentals of architecture with interactive, hands-on learning.
Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra recently broke ground on the construction of its new 40,085 SF rehearsal and performance space. The building will feature three state-of-the-art rehearsal halls, eight studios, nine practice rooms, administrative offices, and a music library. The music center is set to be fully operational in the fall of 2023.
When the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Water Mission Area (WMA) moved across town to the USDA Forest Products Lab building, they partnered with Strang to renovate the old, outdated 3rd floor into a fresh and collaborative space that spoke to the USGS’s core values. At 3,900 SF this office packs a lot of interesting features into every inch of the small space.