The Capital Times: “A development group headed by T. Wall Enterprises is among the four finalists selected for the purchase and redevelopment of the Hill Farms property.
“T. Wall is part of a bidding team that includes Potter Lawson Architects of Madison and Miron Construction of Neenah for the largest public real estate project in Wisconsin since the Miller Park baseball stadium.”
“The Walker administration has been seeking a private developer to purchase the Hill Farms site and construct a $197 million, 600,000-square-foot office complex with 2,500 parking spaces to replace the current Wisconsin Department of Transportation building.”
“Records show that Terrence Wall of T. Wall Enterprises gave $9,975 to the Friends of Scott Walker on Oct. 25.”
“Records also show that David Voss, project executive with Miron Construction, gave $2,500 to Walker on Oct. 14, the day after the RFP was posted.
“Records also show that Eric Lawson, CEO of Potter Lawson, gave $1,000 to Walker on Oct. 24.”