West Allis, WI
Highland Commons, now 50 units of permanent supportive housing with, replaced an obsolete church residence that housed persons recovering from mental illness. Wisconsin’s state Housing agency asked Cardinal Capital Management to take the location into receivership and operate the building until we could replace it. Cardinal Capital obliged and, in doing so, preserved the zoning right to operate a supportive housing facility in that location. Cardinal Construction was responsible for demolition of the obsolete facility. Because there was so much concrete and steel rebar in the old facility, our construction team had to adjust the work schedule while unanticipated materials were separated and properly recycled. Despite the delay, we finished the project on time and within budget.