A.C.E. Building Service team members recently attended the 2022 Butler® Builder Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. The annual meeting allows builders from across North America to connect with Butler team members, other Butler builders, industry trade partners, and provides an opportunity to learn about new products and innovations.
A.C.E. Building Service announced the retirement of former owners Bill Shimek and Stan Johnson. The announcement follows the fulfillment of a succession plan that was initiated in 2019 and included the transfer of ownership in 2021 to Chris Herzog, Stuart Johnson, Carolyn Hoffmann, and Max Maigatter.
A.C.E. Building Service, a Northeast Wisconsin-based provider of commercial and industrial construction services, announced today the acquisition of Manitowoc, Wisconsin-based SMI Civil & Structural Engineers. The acquisition of SMI allows for the expansion of in-house design/build capabilities to include surveying, structural engineering, and civil engineering. SMI’s Licensed Professional Engineer, Jeff Gordon, will join the A.C.E. Building Service team.
Leadership changes represent the fulfillment of a succession plan initiated in 2019 and include the transfer of ownership from Stan Johnson and Bill Shimek to Chris Herzog, Stuart Johnson, Carolyn Hoffmann, and Max Maigatter.
Chris Herzog from A.C.E. Building Service recently attended the 2020 Butler® Builder Meeting in Austin, Texas. He joined more than 700 builders from across North America to learn about innovations and updates on new building products. A.C.E. was recognized as a million dollar builder by Butler Manufacturing for net cumulative building orders of over $1 million for the 2019 calendar year.
Some of the most impressive and distinct construction projects for 2017 were recognized at the 25th Annual Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin Projects of Distinction Awards Program held February 15, 2018 at the Glacier Canyon Lodge Conference Center in The Wisconsin Dells. The Projects of Distinction Awards Program is designed to recognize the most distinct construction projects in Wisconsin, and to elevate the awareness of the quality construction performed by ABC member firms and their employees. Projects are judged annually on safety, craftsmanship, execution and coordination, budgeting, scheduling, unusual challenges, owner and architect satisfaction and overall distinctiveness.
We all need mentors and others to look up to. Fortunately, for A.C.E. Building Service, we have an entire network of mentors. Last week, a couple of our team members attended the Construction Leadership Network (CLN) conference in Tampa, Florida to practice win-win sharing. The CLN membership is comprised of a diverse group of entrepreneurs, commercial contractors and construction industry providers from throughout the U.S. and Canada. Our membership in the CLN enables us to exchange information, share both successes and lessons learned, and form life-long relationships with like-minded construction professionals. The CLN was formed on the principal of bringing together top construction entrepreneurs to exchange ideas and share best practices to improve the construction industry and companies like ours. The mission is simple: Share…Learn…Build.