When the Sauk County Parks Department (SCPD) chose to replace their failing park offices, they recognized the potential of building a community space—one that could host events and serve as a hub for park visitors. That’s when Friede & Associates was tapped to construct a new building for the SCPD at White Mound Park, the crown jewel of the Sauk County parks system.
The new, 3,000-square-foot conventionally-framed building designed by Galbraith Carnahan Architects of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, is located in Hillpoint, Wisconsin and replaces the original White Mound County Park building, a log structure constructed in the 1980s. Over time, the original building become a maintenance burden to the county due to significant insect infestation and log deterioration. This small, outdated space was cramped and did not adequately accommodate disabled park users.