The renovation of the Ferguson Family YMCA includes a new 3 story atrium that creates a new central ”hub”, bringing in natural light to the lobby spaces in center of building. Spaces are renovated using modern elements and glass to increase visual transparency within the building while complementing the existing wood and other elements, preserving this rich historic building of the Green Bay community.
ADA access has been added to the main entrance. New locker rooms and expanded activity spaces are remodeled to match needs of members. Mechanical system replacement including the steam boiler, air handling units, elevator, and energy efficient LED lighting upgrades throughout most spaces.
Exterior work includes a new two-story, glass facade that allows for natural light and transparency to programs. Tuckpointing, roof replacement, and repair of the exterior shell have brought the building back to its glory of the 1920s.
Immel Construction acted as the construction manager for the historic renovation of this landmark Green Bay building, originally constructed in 1924. Immel completed the last major project at the Ferguson Family YMCA, the south addition, in 1979. Immel provided preconstruction services for the planned renovation , consisting of preliminary budget estimates, the development of construction phasing plans, and a preliminary construction schedule. Construction for the project was completed 2 months ahead of schedule and under the client’s budget.