construction of Johnson Controls Engineering Center
Johnson Controls Engineering Center / GlendaleWI
Revolutionizing Tomorrow: A Futuristic Hub for Engineering Excellence.

The Johnson Controls Engineering Center in Glendale, Wisconsin will be a new, state-of-the-art facility with approximately 76,000 square feet of laboratory spaces, along with an additional 27,000 square feet of office space for the engineering teams. This ground-up facility is designed to be a showcase for the latest products and services offered by Johnson Controls.

The Engineering Center will be a cutting-edge facility that fosters innovation, collaboration, and technological advancement. The 76,000 square feet of laboratory space will provide a dedicated environment for engineers and researchers to conduct experiments, develop prototypes, and test the performance of various products. This space will be equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and advanced technologies to facilitate groundbreaking research and development.

In addition to the laboratory spaces, the Engineering Center will house 27,000 square feet of office space. This area will serve as the primary workspace for the engineering teams, providing them with a comfortable and conducive environment to collaborate, brainstorm ideas, and develop innovative solutions. The office space is designed to promote creativity, productivity, and efficient communication among team members.

To bring this project to life, a collaborative effort is underway by Johnson Controls, CBRE, Weas Development, Eppstein Uhen Architects, and the Mortenson team. This collaborative approach ensures that the project benefits from the collective expertise of all stakeholders involved.

The building will incorporate a photovoltaic array system on the roof to provide power to the building.  The project is pursuing LEED Gold certification.

Facts And Figures

Delivery Method: Construction Manager at Risk

Project Size 103,735 sq. ft.

Completion Date: Summer 2024 

Delivery Methods

Construction Manager at Risk

The Team


Eppstein Uhen Architects


Weas Development