Greenfire employees had the opportunity to visit the Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center, Library & Museum. The group developed a deeper understanding of the culture, traditions, and significant historical events of the Forest County Potawatomi tribe. A huge thank you to everyone that made this trip possible! View Photo.
Greenfire participated in the American Heart Association's Heartwalk at Veteran’s Park on Sunday, September 17th! We had a great turnout this year with two 5k runners, 14 walkers, and two furry friends! Thank you to everyone for your continued support and donations. View photo.
With bids in on Potawatomi expansion project, construction likely to start in Dec. Read more.
Greenfire named Minority-Owned Business of the Year by the Daily Reporter. Read more.
Greenfire was honored to drop off the Back to School donation items we raised for the First Nations Studies Program! We were able to provide 12 fully-stocked backpacks with supplies, along with another box of back up supplies.
The First Nations Studies program provides services at the Milwaukee Public Schools with concentrations of First Nations students. First Nations provides classroom academic assistance, tutoring, special education support, parent workshops, an after-school reading program, assistance to teachers on incorporating culture into the classroom, language revitalization classes, and so much more to 900 students!
Greenfire's monthly staff meeting was held at the Historic Garfield/Griot Apartments project in the Bronzeville district yesterday afternoon! This project consists of the historic renovation to the vacant Garfield School building to include 30 new apartment units, and construction of a new building next to the existing building which will include 41 apartment units, commercial space, and the new home for America's Black Holocaust Museum. View photo.
Greenfire participated in the 2nd Annual North Central Minority Supplier Development Council's Construction Industry Business-to-Business Forum last week. The forum featured panel discussions by general contractors, developers and NMSDC Corporate Members, sharing upcoming projects, what they're looking for and how to compete for those opportunities. View photo.
Pictured: Robert Williams, NCMSDC Member Service & Certification Coordinator; Kip Ritchie, Greenfire President; and Heather Olson, NCMSDC President
Fastest Growing Firms honored by Milwaukee Business Journal: Slideshow. Read more.
Greenfire ranked #1 in Milwaukee Business Journal's 2017 Fastest Growing Firms. Read more.
Friday Photos: The Hopping Brewery. Read more.
We love getting the opportunity to give back to our community and help support those in need! Greenfire recently participated in a food drive to benefit the Milwaukee Christian Center. The Milwaukee Christian Center services Milwaukee’s south side by providing quality programs that support our community’s most vulnerable members while providing the building blocks they need to realize their full potential. Thank you Milwaukee Christian Center and thank you to all who participated!
Greenfire projects – Stitchweld, Vim + Vigor, and the Historic Garfield School/The Griot Apartments – were included in the Milwaukee Business Journal’s list of Milwaukee-area construction projects underway, ranking some of Milwaukee’s largest projects by construction cost. Read more.
Greenfire's 2017 Company Picnic held at Summerfest!
Greenfire was recently featured in a imaging and branding project for our ownership—the Forest County Potawatomi. The ad is one of six that have run over the past several months. The goal of the ad campaign is to highlight the Tribe’s significant non-gaming investments across Wisconsin. Greenfire is grateful to be included in the campaign! View ad.
Friday Photos: Bronzeville Rising. Read more.
Vim and Vigor will bring 274 apartments to former Pabst Brewery. Read more.
Greenfire honored with two projects recognized at the Daily Reporter's Top Projects of 2016 awards dinner May 16 - the Wgetthta Building at Wgema Campus and the Echelon Apartments at Innovation Campus. Read more.
Echelon Apartments at Innovation Campus wins Best New Residential Development in the Milwaukee Business Journal's Real Estate Awards. Read more.
The ground breaking ceremony for Greenfire's latest project, the Historic Garfield School Redevelopment, took place April 4th. Read more.
Greenfire Management Services attended the North Central Minority Supplier Diversity Council's Wisconsin Business Opportunity Fair on March 9th. A big thank you to Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch for stopping by the Greenfire booth!
Greenfire is honored to have two projects recognized in the Milwaukee Business Journal's 2017 Real Estate Awards – the Echelon Apartments at Innovation Campus and the Wgetthta Building Renovation at Wgema campus! Read more.
Up the River - Photos of the River House Apartments. Read more.
Greenfire Management Services promotes Josh Bruesewitz to Project Manager. Read more.
Friday Photos: Stitching Together Stitchweld. Read more.
Greenfire welcomes Daniel Grams to the Greenfire team, as Project Engineer. Read more.
We had a great time participating in the American Heart Association Walk! Thank you to all who participated!
Stitchweld project transforms former industrial site. Read more.
Climb Inside the Belay Apartments. Read more.
Adventure Rock open new East Side Location. Read more.
Former Concordia Campus will be converted for urban Indian culture. Read more.
Greenfire hires Jim Coats as Sr. Project Manager. Read more.
Construction is underway on the Stitchweld apartments in Bay View. Read more.
Greenfire ranks 16th in Milwaukee Business Journal's Largest Milwaukee-area Construction Firms, up five spots from last year! Read more.
Echelon Adds to Ranks of Wauwatosa's Growing Apartment Market. Read more.
Crews Continue Work on the River House Apartments. Read more.
Beaumont Place and the Drexel Town Square development named in Milwaukee Business Journal's 2016 Real Estate Awards. Read more.
River House Apartments Rising Quickly. Read more about the recent progress being made.
Affordable South Side Lofts a Success. Read more about the success of the Paper Box Lofts.
Friday Photos: 46 Apartments Plus a Climbing Gym. Read more about about the progress being made on the Belay Apartments.
Urban Spelunking: A former Concordia Campus renovation update. Read more about the recent progress being made to Wgema Campus.
Ward 4 at Historic Pritzlaff project kicks off, attracts start-up tenants. Read more.
Rock Climbing Village project celebrates ground breaking. Read more.
Greenfire Management Services joins forces with another tribally-owned firm to create a joint venture. Read more.
Greenfire involved in yet another exciting project - Ward 4 in the historic Pritzlaff Building downtown. Read more.
The Paper Box Lofts project is the first developer-driven project Greenfire has completed - which is BIG NEWS! Check out the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's story on Greenfire's deviation from tribal projects.