Hunzinger served as Construction Manager for Komatsu’s waterfront headquarters, in Milwaukee’s South Harbor District. The Komatsu Campus includes a 410,000 SF manufacturing plant, a 180,000-square-foot office building with a training facility, museum/visitor’s center and a 450-car parking structure. The project was designed and built to green building standards with the goal to reduce energy consumption by 75% and reducing water consumption by 80%. City of Milwaukee officials have said it will be the largest ongoing urban industrial-development project in the country. The project has rigorous diversity and inclusion goals including a 25% small business enterprise utilization requirement and a 40% City of Milwaukee Resident Preference Program utilization requirement. Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) is the design team which includes GRAEF as the engineering firm.

Doug Kiser
Global Director of Facilities and Asset Management, Komatsu Mining Corporation