MILWAUKEE, WI, August 11, 2020 — Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) is celebrating its 15 year anniversary of opening a Madison office. EUA is a community champion; the employees and firm believe in giving back to the communities that they live, work and play.
EUA is proud to give back to the Madison community by donating time and money. Over the past 15 years, EUA has donated over $250,000 to local Madison non-profits, including Operation Fresh Start, Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS), REAP Food Group, Food for Thought Initiative, Schools That Can, One City Early Learning, Variety – The Children’s Charity of Wisconsin, Goodman Community Center, Briarpatch Youth Services, Safe and Sound, Wisconsin Bike Fed, YMCA and more!
EUA believes architecture has the power to unleash true human potential. The power to inspire; and enable people to be their best. Fueled by a team passionate about the community, the local architecture firm has designed many innovative projects across Dane County, including the Goodman Community Center, American Family Insurance, UW-Madison Aldo Leopold Residence Hall, The Lyric, Verona Area School District, Monona Grove School District, Middleton Cross Plains Area School District, Waunakee Community School District, De Forest Area School District, CUNA Mutual Group, Hy Cite Enterprises and more.
“Our social responsibility as architects lies, in part, in believing that architecture can create better places, affect society and even play a role in building communities. During our 15 years in Madison, EUA has been blessed to provide support and contributions to local area charities that are making a meaningful impact in our city.” Says John Chapman, Madison Studio Director.
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