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Water feature construction

Accentuating the natural beauty of their golf course, Twin Oaks Country Club successfully integrated a dramatic water feature outside the clubhouse. Over the years,  the existing pond and stream element needed a long term fix that delivered the impact associated with the grandeur of the Twin Oaks Country club and golf course. Twin Oaks contacted COST…

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COST’s Summer Picnic

COST's summer picnic at the Milwaukee County Zoo

COST held its annual company picnic on August 10th at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The zoo, along with a beautiful sunny day in the mid-70’s, served as a perfect picnic venue. Interestingly, the Milwaukee County Zoo was COST’s very first customer dating back to 1957. The original work consisted of building simulated rockwork, earthen textures,…

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COST Expands West Coast Presence with Los Angeles Office

OC Office Front

COST of Wisconsin, Inc., an industry leader in theme construction, has recently opened an office in Orange County California, just outside of Los Angeles. The Jefferson Business Park office serves as a project management hub for West Coast projects, while the production space will provide light specialty fabrication services and equipment storage. Omar Rodriguez, an…

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Carmen Micale Retires After 44 Years at COST!

Carmen's Retirement

As destiny would have it, long time superintendent Carmen Micale, began his 44 year career with COST performing simulated rockwork in Milwaukee and today, he completes his final work at the Milwaukee County Zoo elephant exhibit. Traveling the nation over four decades, his projects aligned full-circle. Carmen started in exhibit fabrication in 1974 as a…

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Corporate News

Jerry E

Jerry Ehlke, legendary Man of Steel, retires Jerry Ehlke completed his last steel armatures in March of 2016, closing out his nearly 36-year tenure with COST of Wisconsin, Inc. Jerry was heavily involved in nearly every project that COST had undertaken over the past several decades. Starting as a welder and yard laborer in September…

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