Corporate Contractors - Winter 2021 Newsletter

Corporate Contractors, Inc. main office : 3800 Gateway Boulevard, Suite 200 | Beloit, Wisconsin 53511 phone : 608.362.2912 | fax : 608.362.8970 | email : | website : This newsletter is printed on recycled paper. B oth the Beloit College Powerhouse and the NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes Phase 2 projects located in Beloit, Wisconsin are being recognized as two of Wisconsin’s most impressive and unique construction projects in 2020. Corporate Contractors, Inc. (CCI) received Gold Projects of Distinction Awards from the Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin for its work on both projects. Recognized as the “Most Forward- Looking Concept in the World,” the Beloit College Powerhouse r enovation project reimagined a 100-year-old decommissioned coal power plant into a unique student gathering and recreational facility. This project was a result of brilliant design work along with the tenacity and construction expertise of CCI and the build team. Despite many challenges, including being located on a riverfront site, the incredible efforts by all involved resulted in a brilliantly-designed open floor concept facility. Featuring multiple fitness areas, an elevated three-lane indoor track, batting cages, an eight-lane competitive pool, a polycarbonate-enclosed fieldhouse with artificial turf, and a 180-foot pedestrian bridge that spans above the highway connecting the center to campus, this project is a marvel. Construction of an Isotope Processing Facility for NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes required on-going collaboration, tenacity, and flexibility to meet stringent regulatory requirements. NorthStar is the first U.S.-based company in 30 years to begin producing molybdenum-99 (Mo99), the parent isotope to Tc99m. The 26,000-square-foot, three-level facility features dissolution hot cells, filling lines housed in an ISO class 8 clean room, an automated packaging line, clean-in-place (CIP) systems and specialized storage vaults. CCI and the build team worked closely with NorthStar’s physicists and nuclear engineers to create labs, quality control rooms, and radiation production lines. The winning projects were judged in a Beloit College Powerhouse - Beloit, Wisconsin NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes - Beloit, Wisconsin Winter 2021 CCI Recognized For Construction Excellence continued on page 4