That's the Spectrum Brands building in Middleton in the center-right distance.
5/6/2016. Work on a 60,000-80,000-square-foot outpatient facility is still a year away.
(UPDATE) August 21. The demolition work is done.The foreground of the photo is where Bogey's Family Fun Park was located.
May 13. The demolition continues.
The current City of Middleton public works garage is in the right-center distance.
Original post begins here.
The reason why Middleton built a new public works operations center.
Meriter plans to build its latest clinic on 13 acres, west of Laura Lane, just off the rapidly redeveloping Parmenter Street corridor. The health care provider has a 20-year plan for the site that could eventually deliver as much as 250,000 square feet of outpatient health care facilities, said Kevin Snitchler, assistant vice president of facilities development for Meriter-UnityPoint Health.
This summer, Meriter plans to remove or demolish five buildings, tear up the asphalt and concrete, and replace it with new topsoil and grass to improve the aesthetics of the site until work on the clinic is expected to begin sometime in 2017.