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REBECCA SCHLOER NAMED TO “NOTABLE WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN” BY MILWAUKEE’S BIZTIMES

CG Schmidt Senior Project Manager Rebecca Schloer was recognized for her work improving educational environments and supporting modern technology and care processes in the healthcare market.

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What does a clean jobsite look like?

While we continue life during a global health pandemic we continue to look at improving workplace safety in all areas, including cleanliness.

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Can Pre-Fabrication Save Your Next Construction Project?

How construction managers like CG Schmidt are using innovative manufacturing methods to deliver projects faster, better, and safer.

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From Humble Beginnings: The Second Generation

Join us on our look back into CG Schmidt's history covering each generation of the Schmidt family leadership as we celebrate our 100th anniversary.

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From Humble Beginnings: The First Generation

Join us on our look back into CG Schmidt's history covering each generation of the Schmidt family leadership as we celebrate our 100th anniversary.

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Meet the Man with the Van

CG Schmidt has appointed Ben Delzer to head operations of our Madison-based Special Projects Group. Meet the man himself inside.

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COVID-19: CG Schmidt Remains Open with Response Plan in Place

CG Schmidt Remains Open with Response Plan in Place Construction Has Been Categorized as an Essential Business As directed by Governor Evers, construction has been categorized as an essential [...]

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Infection Control in Healthcare Construction

Working in a hospital setting requires a clean, safe environment for positive patient outcomes. Read what construction managers like CG Schmidt are doing to ensure patient safety during [...]

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Improving Project Outcomes Through IPD

  Over the course of the last half century, businesses and industry have made huge advances in improving the production process. Almost universally, our world today is typified by high [...]

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8 Ways to Make Your School Building a Learning Opportunity

Wisconsin classrooms have changed quite a bit since we completed our first K12 construction project in the late 1950s. As student learning styles, technology and course curricula have evolved, so [...]

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