Boys & Girls Club
DBS Group was selected to design and build a new Boys & Girls Club in Holmen, WI. The $6.9 million construction project called for converting a 33,000-square-foot former Festival Foods facility into a Boys & Girls Club facility to serve the Holmen area community. The original building now houses a full Boys & Girls Club, the Holmen Community Center, School District of Holmen Adaptive Learning space and a dance studio. The construction project also included a 16,000-square-foot expansion at the north end of the original building to house two full-size gymnasiums, a complete exterior renovation and a playground at the northeast corner of the building expansion area. Construction began in March 2020 and was completed six months later.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★“Working with DBS Group was a great experience. They were professional, efficient, and the communication was exceptional. Every member of their team was pleasant to work with. I was impressed with the management of an aggressive timeline for our project. DBS Group runs a first-class operation.”
Jake EricksonBoys & Girls Clubs of Greater La Crosse
★ ★ ★ ★ ★“Partnering with DBS group was the best decision for my business. All the professionals I interacted with there were courteous and treated my project like it was their own. Their communication was proactive, and they educated me to help make smart decisions as the project progressed. Our project manager and superintendent had an incredible say/do ratio. When they committed to outcomes and progress, they consistently delivered. I highly recommend DBS group for businesses looking to stay on-time and on-budget!”
Mike SokolThe Goddard School
★ ★ ★ ★ ★“DBS Group’s work on our addition was phenomenal, from design through construction. They sat down with us in the beginning, learned what we wanted and needed and planned it all out so we could meet our very short time frame. The project manager was there every day and was a great communicator, letting us know what was going on throughout construction. Also, a big factor for us is that we wanted the addition to look like it was part of the original building. We get a lot of comments now from customers who say it looks like it was always meant to be there. We’re very pleased with the end product.”
Jim & Cathy BergeBob's Auto