raSmith’s Green Bay project wins engineering award

By Freeman Staff

Jan. 8, 2019

Steve Roloff of raSmith stands with the 2018 Excellence in Structural Engineering Award.
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BROOKFIELD — Created with the help of raSmith in Brookfield, the Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics received a 2018 Excellence in Structural Engineering Award in the projects category of $10 million or greater in construction costs, from the Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin.

The structural design responded to the two-story building’s highly restrictive aesthetic requirements that a prominent facility in a high-visibility location requires while also meeting technical and functional requirements for clinic staff and patients. raSmith’s engineers applied an innovative and cost-saving floating floor system in conjunction with an isolated ceiling system that was specified for the project. These systems mitigate second-floor vibration from various physical activities so the first-floor exam rooms and offices remain relatively quiet.

The Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics received a 2018 Excellence in Structural Engineering Award in the projects category of $10 million or greater in construction costs from the Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin.
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The Bellin Health clinic serves Green Bay Packers players as well as the general public. The two-story building features interior spaces that mimic Lambeau Field. The project celebrated a grand opening in July 2017.

raSmith is a multidisciplinary consulting firm comprising civil engineers, structural engineers, land surveyors, development managers, landscape architects and ecologists.