The Treysta Group has provide development or consulting on over 20 projects in the Midwest. Depending on the project and client, we have done the following work:

Construction specification and bidding – we have set project goals and budgets for a building, focusing on the specific needs of the development. We also develop project specification and approval of architectural drawings and specifications.

Construction Quality Management - our work includes on-site oversight and inspections to ensure project is being built to the establish specifications

Project approval process – community approvals including urban design, Planned Unit Developments (PUD) and planning commission approvals

Community approvals – work in numerous regions to generate interest from the local officials and residents to help build support for the projects
Project funding – our work has included HUD-financing, bridge-funding, Tax Incremental Financing, Community Block Grants, Economic Development Grants and USDA

Energy Efficiency – we served as the liaison for the Focus on Energy program in order to specify the most cost effective building selections (lighting, appliances, etc). We also implement tax credits and other federal funding, maximize the amount of grants while minimizing the capital costs for the projects.

The Treysta Group has worked on of over 20 properties in the Midwest including:

  • Sister of Saint Frances- New Resident Hall, Milwaukee
  • City of Columbus – Net Zero Energy subdivision
  • Park Central, Madison
  • Empowerment Village – Lincoln and National, Milwaukee
  • The Depot, Madison
  • City Row, Madison
  • Overlook at Midtown and Hilldale, Madison
  • Hampton Regency, Milwaukee
  • Trail Creek, Green Bay
  • Woodland Park, Green Bay
  • Veteran’s Manor, Milwaukee
  • Randolph Meadows
  • Scoville Apartments, Scoville
  • Gardiener Place, E Dundee
  • Total Care Dental, Madison
  • Arbor Green, Milwaukee
  • Silver Crest, Silver Lake
  • Energy Producing Home, Ixonia
  • Resource House, Verona
  • House of the Future, Mount Horeb