Supreme Structures recently finished building the Wingra Schools new outdoor classroom. We are delighted with the way it turned out and so happy that the Wingra School community is also pleased with the outcome.
Many people were involved with this wonderful project. Supreme Structures was happy to donate the labor and materials for this project.
Mary Campbell, from the Wingra School District wrote, “The Wingra School community is pleased to announce the completion of our beautiful outdoor classroom. Students, staff, parents, and neighbors all shared ideas and inspirations as architects Thomas Hirsch, FAIA, of Hirsch Design Group LLC and James Worker of Dimension IV Madison Design Group guided us through the planning and design process.
This project was made possible through the generous support of a group of anonymous donors who matched the funding of our wonderful community of friends and families during the Wingra School Capital Campaign that came to a close in the summer of 2014. We would also like to thank Dan Bertler of Supreme Structures, Inc. for the donation of labor and materials for this beautiful outdoor space.
Special thanks to Paul Brahce, Weslie Cymerman, Christen Ring, Rick Stulgaitus, and to all who contributed ideas and helped with the planning.
This outdoor classroom is made from sustainably harvested black locust timber produced by WholeTrees Architecture and Structures.”