Building Info

Kern Center

The Kern Center is an athletic and wellness complex owned by the Milwaukee School of Engineering. The center was majority funded by a donation from Robert and Patricia Kern.

In 2013, the MSOE Athletic Field and Parking Complex opened across E. Knapp St.

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PWEU-19-022732019/08/30Permit
ROW Excavation Utility
PWEC-19-020172019/08/28Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract
PBFS-19-008712019/07/30Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit
PWEC-19-015232019/07/02Permit
ROW Excavation City Contract
PWOP-19-001972019/02/15Permit
ROW Occupancy Permit
PBFS-19-001102019/01/30Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit
PBFS-17-006022017/06/30Permit
Plumbing-Fire Protection Permit.
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Content referencing Kern Center

MSOE President John Y. Walz, Ph.D. to be inaugurated April 29
Press Release

MSOE President John Y. Walz, Ph.D. to be inaugurated April 29

Walz is an industry-experienced professional who also is an academic leader.

Milwaukee Empty Bowls All Grown Up! Organization Celebrates 18 Years Raising Funds for Local Hunger Relief on Oct. 9
Press Release

Milwaukee Empty Bowls All Grown Up! Organization Celebrates 18 Years Raising Funds for Local Hunger Relief on Oct. 9

Since 1999, Milwaukee Empty Bowls has donated $637,630 to help feed those in need in the Milwaukee area.

Happy Hour: Pizza Man Is The Place for Wine
Happy Hour

Pizza Man Is The Place for Wine

The selection is endless and glasses are $5 at its weekday happy hours.

Plenty of Horne: WMSE Heats Up the Town
Plenty of Horne

WMSE Heats Up the Town

Annual chili fundraiser attracts nearly 4,000 people, raises $72,000 for radio station.

WMSE’s Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser a Week Away
Press Release

WMSE’s Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser a Week Away

This is a great day for the whole family. Proceeds from this event go to support your favorite radio station WMSE.

Weekly Happy Hour: Comet Still Rocks the House
Weekly Happy Hour

Comet Still Rocks the House

A fun happy hour, good food, and a rock vibe: they promote and love WMSE.

Milwaukee Fire Department, La Salsa De Los Muertos and Musician Kevin Fayte added to Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser’s Line-up
Press Release

Milwaukee Fire Department, La Salsa De Los Muertos and Musician Kevin Fayte added to Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser’s Line-up

The WMSE Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser takes place Sunday, March 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the MSOE Kern Center, 1245 N. Broadway.

WMSE is turning 35 and singing the birthday blues
Press Release

WMSE is turning 35 and singing the birthday blues

WMSE starts singing the blues on Friday, March 25 when they host legends The Siegel–Schwall Band at the Turner Hall Ballroom with hometown icons The R&B Cadets.

WMSE’s 14th Annual Rockabilly Chili tickets to go on sale, Monday, Nov. 30
Press Release

WMSE’s 14th Annual Rockabilly Chili tickets to go on sale, Monday, Nov. 30

WMSE’s Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser is a chili competition that pits over 50 Milwaukee restaurants, cafes and caterers against one another to determine the city's best chili.

Friday Photos: Martin Building Adds Apartments to Third Ward
Friday Photos

Martin Building Adds Apartments to Third Ward

Four-story warehouse at 211 N. Broadway is being renovated on ward's main street.

WMSE Launches the First Ever Record Ruckus
Press Release

WMSE Launches the First Ever Record Ruckus

To take part in the Record Ruckus it’s $5 any time after 11 a.m. at the door but should you want to attend the early bird preview it’s $20.

Plenty of Horne: Will Bicycle Race Expand to Bay View?
Plenty of Horne

Will Bicycle Race Expand to Bay View?

Tour of America's Dairyland hopes to expand there. And a national benefits program for bicyclists expands to Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MSOE Renames Soccer Field
Eyes on Milwaukee

MSOE Renames Soccer Field

Kovac wonders why MSOE would name it after its current president. And why an engineering school couldn't dig a deep enough hole for its soccer field.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Finally, a New Park East Plan
Eyes on Milwaukee

Finally, a New Park East Plan

Ten years later, the city and county are finally on the same page. Is development in the area ready to "explode"?

Photo Gallery: Let Them Eat Chili
Photo Gallery

Let Them Eat Chili

12th Annual Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser is best in history, raising $60,000, and providing a lot of fun, as our photos show.

WMSE 91.7FM Announces Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser Results
Press Release

WMSE 91.7FM Announces Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser Results

The station raised over $60,000 from the event.

WMSE 91.7FM Hosts 12th Annual Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser
Press Release

WMSE 91.7FM Hosts 12th Annual Rockabilly Chili Fundraiser

Fundraiser Expands to Two Levels, Adds Milwaukee Fire Department Partnership, Chili Pepper Races, and Growing Children’s Area

15th Annual Milwaukee Empty Bowls Event Celebrates Artists and Chefs While Raising Funds for the Hungry
Press Release

15th Annual Milwaukee Empty Bowls Event Celebrates Artists and Chefs While Raising Funds for the Hungry

Milwaukee Empty Bowls will host its 15th Annual Milwaukee Empty Bowls event on Sunday, October 6, 2013, Noon – 4 p.m. at the Kern Center on the Milwaukee School of Engineering Campus.

MSOE Soccer Garage Debuts

MSOE Soccer Garage Debuts

MSOE unveils parking garage, athletic field complex.

How Urban are Marquette, MIAD, MSOE, and UWM?

How Urban are Marquette, MIAD, MSOE, and UWM?

Milwaukee is lucky to have a number of higher education institutions in its most urban neighborhoods.

Gould Takes Journal Buyout, Rips Grohmann Museum One More Time

Gould Takes Journal Buyout, Rips Grohmann Museum One More Time

Whitney Gould took an early retirement buyout from Journal Communications a little over a month ago.  Her send off column was titled “Retiring, not tiring of quality design.” Ever since moving to Milwaukee three years ago I’ve enjoyed her reporting on issues involving building design. My views began to disagree with hers when she started […]

The Roundup: Mequon Turns Voter Away
The Roundup

Mequon Turns Voter Away

The City of Mequon told a local man who tried to register and vote at City Hall last week that he was “too late.”

The Roundup: The Governor and the Empire Builder
The Roundup

The Governor and the Empire Builder

Governor Jim Doyle made a brief appearance at Milwaukee’s Amtrak station Friday, 11 June on the 75th anniversary of the Empire Builder, Amtrak’s service from Chicago to the Northwest coast. Before boarding the train, Doyle mixed the romance of the rails with the Great American Novel. “In the final passage of the Great Gatsby, the […]

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