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Lakeland University – Residence Halls

Lakeland University Residence Halls Construction View from Above

Boldt has regularly partnered with Green Bay’s Lakeland University over the years. When it came time to make their single largest capital project investment in the university’s 158-year history – the replacement of two residence halls simultaneously – they turned again to Boldt to deliver it successfully.

Each new residence hall consists of 200 rooms for a total of 400. The two new, identical residence halls are located on the area south of the Younger Family Campus Center on the sites currently occupied by decades-old Grosshuesch and Muehlmeier halls, which were demolished in early 2021. Along with the updated housing for students, each hall includes a front desk area, vending, lounge spaces, kitchenettes, study rooms, gender-neutral bathrooms, laundry facilities, recycling centers, a bottle-filling station and more. Each building will also have a basement to provide residents with storage space and unfinished square footage for the ability to build out program space in the future.

The project also consisted of a new service building for new water treatment equipment and a back-up generator. Utility upgrades for underground water services and sanitary sewer were also made.


Lakeland University

Green Bay, Wisconsin

McMahon Group

Boldt Role
  • Construction Manager
  • General Contractor
Project Type
New Construction
Project Size
90,000 SF


Project Highlights

  • Through an extensive value engineering process, Boldt was able to save the client nearly $1M.
  • Exterior metal panels were premanufactured offsite by Boldt and then installed onsite by crews, which expedited the process for enclosing the building.