The City of Burlington, Wis., has selected Riley Construction as general contractor for its new three-level, 200-space downtown parking structure.
The project is part of the second phase of the City’s downtown revitalization effort, which is focused on replacing vacant buildings with viable businesses and transforming its downtown into a vibrant destination. In addition to the new $2.2 million parking structure, plans include a new Hampton Inn & Suites that is being developed by Greendale-based Lexington Hotel Development Group and a new three-story mixed-use retail/office building that’s being developed by a group of local investors called Downtown Core Upgrades.
Parking structure construction starts in September and will be completed by the end of the year. The design is being led by Burlington-based Stelling and Associates Architects, and The Peter Scherrer Group, also of Burlington, is serving as the owner’s representative.
This is Riley Construction’s fourth parking structure project in Racine County. The firm built the four-level, 400-space Racine Civic Center and the three-level Gaslight Pointe parking structures.