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Meet the Team: John Seamon

Your name: John Seamon What do you do at Iconica: I work with clients in the early stages of their projects to help determine project needs, feasibility, project goals and design vision. I focus on the early integration of the…

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Great Wolf Resorts – Corporate Offices

Madison, WI Project completion: Jan. 2019 Architect: Jeremy Frommelt Project Manager: Rob Schreiber Superintendent: Pete Dolphin SF: 13,500 Great Wolf Resorts was looking for a new corporate office that would give their staff more space, light, and an updated look…

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Iconica's Year In Review

Iconica’s Year End Review

Enjoy our year in review video. We are fortunate to be working with great clients and projects across the state. Thank you for the season and the opportunity to put our design and construction talents to good use. Cheers, Your…

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State Bank Ground Breaking

MADISON, Wisconsin - State Bank of Cross Plains (SBCP) held a groundbreaking event on Tuesday, August 28, at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate its new "bank of the future," an open-concept branch that will offer advanced technology banking solutions with a…

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Summer Field Games

The ‘Summer Field Games’ was created after the successful winter Office Olympics. The earlier competition brought out everyone’s team spirit, competitive side, and some creative reminders to have fun at work. We wanted to create a summer version that would…

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Meet the Team: Steve Carbin

What do you do? I am a member of the architectural team. My main focus is on interior spaces. What do you love about your job? I love creating spaces, and with my role comes many different functions; space planning,…

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Jim Pientka

Meet the Team: Jim Pientka

Best advice your mother gave you: Eat your vegetables. How long have you worked for Iconica? 28 years What was your first position here? Carpentry laborer What do you do now? President and CEO What led you to the construction…

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