|Architect:||Knothe Bruce Architects - Middleton, WI|
National Construction is remodeling six houses between downtown Madison and the University that are more than 100 years old. The overall facelift of three houses each on North Blair and East Gorham Streets includes renovation of the kitchens and bathrooms, and exterior paint, siding and deck reconstruction.
|Architect:||Ferch Architecture - Madison, WI|
This three-story, 6,800 square foot mixed-use addition on the corner of Monroe and Harrison Streets provides small business and housing growth for the urban neighborhood. The design complements the existing building and fits the scale and character of the neighborhood.
The first floor and basement provide 5,000 square feet of commercial retail space for one or two businesses. Also on the first floor is an efficiency apartment and a bike storage room. On the second floor are two one-bedroom apartments, one featuring a walk-out balcony. The third floor features a 1,067 square foot two bedroom apartment with a walk-out balcony.
Exterior features include gooseneck lighting, burnished masonry, fiber cement lap siding, brick and prefinished decorative metal railing, and bike racks.
National Construction also completed restoration of the existing building’s 1920s façade, including the original brick parapet, reconstruction of the original cornice, and new windows and awnings.
|Services:||Remodel and Addition|
Originally a Madison Waterworks facility, this 34-unit downtown living destination is blocks from State Street, James Madison Park and Lake Mendota. National Construction preserved historic features including an original water pump, completed a vestibule addition, and significantly improved the building’s energy efficiency.
|Architect:||Glueck Architects - Madison, WI|
National Construction completely renovated what was originally a City of Madison Community Development Authority subsidized housing project. The result is 105 privately owned apartments and 34 owner occupied condominiums with 16 energy efficient floor plans, nestled in a park-like setting adjacent to the Lake Monona bike path.