Contractor Scherrer Construction Co. wins the Daily Reporter’s Top Project Awards program

Karcher Middle Schools nomination by innovative Wisconsin construction company Scherrer Construction Co. is selected as a winner of the prestigious Daily Reporter’s Top Projects Award program.

Scherrer Construction Co. is Wisconsin’s premier construction manager and general contractor. The company offers high-quality construction work for residents and businesses in the community for over 90 years. Over the years, the company has received several honorable awards for successful projects in various industries. Scherrer Construction’s nomination for Karcher Middle School won The Daily Reporter’s Top Projects Award program for 2021.

Karcher Middle School

The Daily Reporter’s Top Projects Award is the most prestigious and comprehensive competition for the built environment. It celebrates construction projects that were built in the previous year. The recognition program highlights each project and effectively conveys the experience of how the buildings became a reality along with the challenges the crews faced. This year, the Daily Reporter received over a hundred nominees for the Top Projects Awards. As the award recognizes the most notable projects in Wisconsin over the past year, forty winners were selected from a hundred for the grand prize event, including Karcher Middle School.

Scherrer Construction The nomination for the Karcher Middle School project was selected as one of the winners due to the school’s modern and energy-efficient new campus construction and the efficiency of the pre-construction services provided. The pre-construction services included the site study, cost forecasting and an effective referendum campaign. The services proved invaluable to the beautiful new middle school building. The Karcher Middle School building is of historic value as it replaces the older building that had been in use since 1924. The modern school building is owned by the Burlington Area School District and covers an impressive 145,000 square feet.

Scherrer Construction Co. is Wisconsin's premier construction manager and general contractor.
Scherrer Construction Co.

Today, the new school serves over 700 children and has numerous classrooms, after-school, special education, and elective rooms for STEM, music, orchestra, and choir. The building also houses a two-station gymnasium, exercise room, locker rooms, and community facilities such as a library, cafeteria, staff offices, and other work and storage spaces.

To learn more about other successful projects by Scherrer Constructions, visit the official website at

“We are very proud to have received this prestigious award. It just shows how much teamwork, hard work and an experienced team can achieve. That Karcher Middle School was among the largest and most challenging projects we have tackled over the years. However, we had identified clear goals for the building that allowed us to begin work on addressing many of the challenges we foresaw early on. There were still challenges for which we had to find solutions that were not immediately apparent, but the work we put in has paid off.” Said a representative from Scherrer Construction Co. Inc.

she added “The award is encouraging for the team and we will use that energy and spirit to work on many of our current projects which we hope will become award winners.”

About Scherrer Bau

Wisconsin general contractor Scherrer Construction is one of Wisconsin’s most trusted and respected contractors with a reputation for providing general contractor and construction management services to a variety of markets.

Scherrer Construction provides pre-construction, construction and post-construction services primarily to municipalities, as well as a wide range of commercial projects including new construction, extensions, renovations and facility maintenance services.


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