Funding & Grant Assistance

We understand that infrastructure improvements can be costly and sometimes require a hefty budget. At Batterman, we have helped municipalities secure over $7M in funding in just the last 10 years. If your project has constrained financial resources, we can assist you in attaining funding through federal, state, or other programs.

Our project funding experience includes:

-Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)

-Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)

-Transportation Economic Assistance (TEA)

-Town Road Improvement Discretionary Program (TRID)

-Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Recreational Boating Facilities Grants (WDNR RBF)

-Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

-Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP)

-Municipal Street Improvement Discretionary (MSID)

Featured Projects

Phoenix 500,000-Square-Foot Spec Warehouse

Phoenix 500,000-Square-Foot Spec Warehouse

This project in the Gateway Business Park presented several challenges, including a significant grade change across the site, unique storm water routing requirements, poor soils, and existing infrastructure elements. Despite these challenges, the project stayed on its aggressive schedule, showcasing the importance of early due diligence and proactive problem-solving.
I-39 Highway Project

I-39 Reconstruction (STH 11 to USH 14)

This complex IH 39 expansion project involved reconstruction of the most urban section of the IH 39 corridor from STH 11 to USH 14. Key components of this complex staged project include twelve bridges, six MSE retaining walls, nine noise walls, major grading operations, four lanes of concrete pavement, and all new storm sewer.
County H In Kenosha County

County Highway H Reconstruction

This 0.8-mile reconstruction/perpetuation project includes geometric expansion and turn lane additions required for a 350,000 SF Kroger Distribution Center.
Delavan Tower Project

Delavan Tower Park

Project Description: Located in the heart of downtown Delevan, the site was constrained on all sides by a State Highway, residential houses, and downtown businesses. The City wanted to expand the park’s square footage to help establish the park as a central, community-defining, public, and event space.