Founded in 1907, EUA has been deeply rooted in Milwaukee for well over a century. Throughout the years, our architects and interior designers have contributed to the fabric of the region, playing an integral part in many of the city’s iconic landmarks such as Miller Park, Fiserv Forum, the Milwaukee Riverwalk and the Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest). An interdisciplinary firm, the Milwaukee office serves clients in all of our core markets of workplace, healthcare, learning, living, science + technology and entertainment environments.
As EUA’s headquarters, the Milwaukee office remains the largest with over 150 employees and is located in a former 1900s shoe factory in the heart of the city’s Historic Third Ward District. A local destination and home of Milwaukee's Public Market, the Third Ward offers year-round events and entertainment and is steps away from the Summerfest grounds, Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World. A ride on the new streetcar, The Hop, or a walk down the Riverwalk connects this office with downtown Milwaukee. With views of Lake Michigan and an office environment designed around our employees, this office boasts of sit-stand workstations, a rooftop terrace and spaces designed for flexibility throughout the work day.
Committed to improving the quality of life in the communities we live, work and play, our team believes in giving back through a number of community impact initiatives including Lincoln Ave School mentoring program, Revitalize Milwaukee Block Builds, UPAF Ride for the Arts, Make-A-Wish WI and other educational and volunteering opportunities. An EUA institution, the annual Beyond Design Bike Tour (BDBT) brings partners and clients together to ride in support of local charities and the Eppstein Uhen Foundation.