UWM alum Corey Lapworth on the job site of Welford Sanders Historic Lofts.

Continuum Principal Corey Lapworth is featured in a UWM news article focusing its graduates who are playing significant roles in the development of Milwaukee’s recent construction boom.  Corey graduated from UW-Milwaukee in 2003 with two master’s degrees.

“The Welford Sanders Lofts project, just north of downtown, has a number of ties to UWM alum Corey Lapworth, a principal at Continuum Architects + Planners, is leading the project. The apartment and office complex, being developed in a 184,843-square-foot former Nunn Bush shoe factory, is named for a late faculty member of the School of Architecture and Urban Planning,” state writers Kathy Quirk and Angela McManaman in the July 7, 2017 issue of UWM Report.

“Lapworth took courses from Welford Sanders, a pioneering urban planner who died in May 2015. A statue of Sanders, the former head of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation, will be erected in a courtyard at the building.”

Check out the full article here.

Boasting the only accredited architecture degree in Wisconsin, over 94% of Continuum’s staff have attended UWM.  Continuum continues to maintain a strong, visionary relationship with UW-Milwaukee and the entire UW System through several innovative, ongoing projects such as the UW-Milwaukee Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship,  Chazen Museum of Art at UW-Madison and the UW-Madison Police Station.