Rolling Ridges Girl Scout Camp, Hudson Wisconsin

The Girl Scouts of America decided it was time to add new construction to Rolling Ridges Girl Scout Camp in Hudson, Wis., in order for the space to serve scouts and area leaders better. Braden was hired to provide planning and construction expertise in order to achieve an exceptional outcome.

Working side-by-side with Schmidt Copeland Parker Stevens Architects, Braden worked diligently on the Rolling Ridges Girl Scout Camp project, which included new construction of a multi-purpose building for campers to gather, eat and work on scout projects and much more. Additionally, the construction included the addition of a zero-depth entry swimming pool with a shower building, food service buildings, day camp areas, bathrooms and a trail system.

This massive project was no small feat, but pairing Braden’s expert processes with a lot of hard work and dedication, the results couldn’t have been more outstanding. The camp served more than 4,700 girls in 2009 alone, for a total of over 13,000 program days.

 

While Rolling Ridges Girl Scout Camp was retired from service on Oct. 3, 2010, Braden is extremely proud of the work completed on the project. We are happy that it was able to serve thousands of scouts and be the location of countless memories for area youngsters. 

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