On November 19th, the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society Foundation hosted a groundbreaking to commemorate the start of a one-of-a-kind project. The Door County Granary is the last standing grain elevator of its kind and is on the National Register of Historic Places for the role it played in agricultural shipping and is believed to be the last structure of its kind still standing on the Great Lakes. Greenfire was selected by the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society as the construction manager to bring this historic building back to life. The project includes restoration of the 1901 Teweles & Brandies grain elevator into a museum, cultural center, and event venue. The upper level will have 360-degree views overlooking Sturgeon Bay and beyond. Over 100 people attended the groundbreaking and eagerly anticipating the grand opening next year.
The project team includes LaDallman Architects and Brett Christofferson, Project Manager, and Chad Greuel, Superintendent.