Awards

The home office of Fix Development’s Juli Kaufmann named one of the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Coolest Offices. April 17, 2015.

Milwaukee Magazine’s February 2015 issue named Juli Kaufmann as one of Milwaukee’s “New Entrepreneurs.” Read more here: The New Entrepreneurs:  How They Made Their Mark.

The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District names the Clock Shadow Roof its January 2015 Green Luminary project.  Check out the gorgeous pictures!

Associated Builders and Construction awarded Fix Development with the 2015 Project of Distinction  Gold Award for the Sustainable Home project in Shorewood.

In June, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation honored Juli Kaufmann with the Frank Kirkpatrick Award:  “Juli Kaufmann is passionate about sustainability and creating a positive long-term impact in her hometown. Through her company, Fix Development LLC, and her leadership efforts with other groups, such as the Mayor’s Green Team, she is helping create a city that is healthy, thriving and viable for all.”  Watch the award video here.

In April 2014, the Milwaukee Business Journal presented its Top Real Estate Award to the Walker’s Point Neighborhood, home to Fix Development’s Clock Shadow and Freshwater Fix buildings, its first sustainable home, and its SecondScape project.

In June, AIA Wisconsin announced the Clock Shadow Building as one of just five projects of merit in 2012.

In June, Juli Kaufmann was honored as one of our city’s Women of Influence by The Business Journal of Greater Milwaukee.

The Clock Shadow building is being recognized nationally. It was selected by the AIA as a Top Ten Green Project. This highly-competitive award recognizes exemplary and innovative built projects that establish a standard of excellence in sustainable design, demonstrate its benefits, and educate both the profession and the public. The ten projects will be recognized at the annual AIA convention in Denver in June, 2013.

In May, 2013, the Mayor’s Awards were announced, including recognition for the Clock Shadow Building.  More info here.

In May, 2013 The Daily Reporter holds its 14th Annual Top Projects Awards ceremony. One of the projects being honored is the Clock Shadow Building. That night they will announce which of the Top Projects is Best in Show.  Check out all of the nominees.

In April, 2013 The Business Journal of Greater Milwaukee selected the best local projects from more than 60 nominations for their annual Real Estate Awards. The Clock Shadow building was selected for first place in the Best Environmentally Friendly category. Check out all the winners. 

In March, 2013 – LISC Milwaukee announced the Clock Shadow building as WINNER of the State Farm Building Blocks Award for a real estate project that contributes significantly to the enhancement of the community.  Watch the Award Video!

Kicking off 2013 with another award – from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin.  A 2012 Project of Distinction GOLD Award for the productive green roof at the Clock Shadow Building.  Kudos to our amazing roof team.

Engineering News- Record, announced the Clock Shadow building as “Best Green Project in the Midwest” in their national competition.  Award ceremony was held in October.

In October of 2012, Juli Kaufman received the Innovator of the Year award from the Daily Reporter of Wisconsin during their annual Newsmakers eventWatch the Award Video!

In October, 2012 the Clock Shadow Building received the Vision Award for Ingenuity, an honor awarded by the Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women Association.    Watch the Award Video!

In August of 2012, Community Shares of Greater Milwaukee presented Juli Kaufmann with a Lifelong Commitment to Justice Award – Environmental Category for her innovative efforts to sustain jobs, the environment, neighborhoods and the community.

In June of 2012, Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women named Juli Kaufmann Outstanding Commercial Real Estate Woman of the Year.

Fix Development’s Potawatomi Administration Building Deconstruction named a Green Project of the Year for 2011.  Read more.