60yr / 100yr Bowling Throw-Down


Angus-Young Associates and R.H.Batterman got together last Friday to celebrate their 60th and 100th anniversaries (respectively). Batterman won on the lanes, but the real winners are the charities that we chose to fundraise for during this friendly event.

RH Batterman bowled for the Stateline Pregnancy Clinic, and Angus-Young bowled for Project 1649 for Rock County’s Homeless Teens.

Please join us in supporting these local organizations:

Stateline Pregnancy Clinic

Project 16:49

Lotus Salon Groundbreaking

AYA was happy to have participated in the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Lotus Salon Building in Stoughton, WI. AYA has worked with Supreme Structures and the owners of Lotus Salon on this design build project over the past 6 months.

Edgerton Pharmacy Groundbreaking

Angus Young Associates is excited to be a partner with Edgerton Pharmacy and Boutique on their new facility in Edgerton, Wisconsin. This 16,600 square foot facility will include a pharmacy, gift shop and grocery areas, community meeting space, and office suites. Blackhawk Community Credit Union will be a tenant of the facility and offer a drive-through banking option along with traditional banking space.

We provided architectural, site, civil, structural and plumbing design services for the project. The facility is expected to be completed spring of 2017.

American Packaging Corporation Groundbreaking

American Packaging Corporation (APC) broke ground on their new facility in DeForest in June. APC is an industry-leading flexible packaging converter in North America and is investing $50 million in the first phase of this facility. Scheduled to be completed in 2017, Phase 1 of the gravure satellite project includes: 26.3 acres of land, a 170,000 square foot building, two 10-station gravure presses, ink blending, cylinder storage and finishing equipment. This project is expected to create more than 60 new jobs.

Angus Young Associates is proud to be a part of the team to create this new facility. We provided architectural, landscaping, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing design services for the project.

Angus-Young Associates receives APWA Award

A 2016 APWA-Wisconsin project of the year award was received by Angus Young Associates, Inc. and the City of Middleton for the newly completed Middleton Municipal Operations Center.  The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) presented the award at their spring conference.

The City of Middleton is approaching nearly one year of occupancy in the new Municipal Operations Center, which includes over 95,000 square feet of temperature controlled vehicle storage, municipal shops, vehicle maintenance and office areas. In addition, a road salt storage facility, DOT Park and Ride lot, paved bike trails, and a 20,000 square foot unheated storage building with a recycling drop off center were also completed.

The Municipal Operations former site, adjacent to Highway 12 and Century Avenue, has since been cleared for new development. Aging facilities and the need for more space to meet the growing requirements of the City were the primary reasons to move operations.  Sale of the site and the potential tax revenue from future development were also factors in the decision to relocate.

Over 20 sites within the City were considered. Ultimately, an agreement was made with WisDOT to redevelop an existing Park and Ride site located on the North side of Middleton along Parmenter Street.

Design work commenced in 2012. A compact site would need to accommodate a multitude of buildings and operational functions. Sloping site topography added complexity to the design challenge.  The design consultant team of Angus Young & Associates and Batterman Engineering assisted the City in addressing these challenges and fulfilling the project requirements outlined by the City.

Construction began in the Spring of 2014, led by General Contractor Newcomb Construction. The building’s 12” thick exterior concrete walls were manufactured on site.  Large window openings were formed into the concrete panels allowing natural daylight to fill the interior spaces.  A roof top solar array field, community recycling center, and extensive storm water management systems are just a few of the many sustainable design features the new facility incorporated.

The site development and construction process were carefully phased to permit the ongoing operation of the existing DOT park and ride lot, prior to relocation. Disruption to road traffic, which surrounds the site, was also minimized.  Only the relocation of the City’s 4200 S.F. salt storage facility to the new site required the brief closing of a few local streets.


Angus-Young Associates receives ASHRAE award

We’re excited to announce that we were featured in the ASHRAE journal this month for our work at the Janesville Ice Arena. The ice arena implemented a pond loop geothermal refrigeration system to replace the outdated ice refrigeration system.These updates resulted in an annual natural gas energy savings of 33.5 percent.

Check out the full article.