Land Quest hosted a ribbon cutting and an open house this month to mark the turnover for the first of five buildings that make up the Gateway Lofts project in Kenosha. The project is a culmination of a partnership with Gateway Technical College and the City of Kenosha to provide accessible housing for their students and local residents.
Individuals on behalf of Land Quest, Gateway Technical College, and the City of Kenosha spoke in front of a gathered crowd to share their thoughts, anecdotes, and optimism surrounding the project and its effect on the community. Afterwards speakers and those gathered for the event gathered at the entrance of the building to cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open Gateway Lofts to the public. Guests were invited inside to tour the facility, view construction progress of the rest of the site, and socialize with other guests and residents over a variety of food options from local food truck vendors.
We are honored to serve as the CM on this transformative project and would like to thank Land Quest and Ryan Douglas for selecting Greenfire as their trusted building partner. The project team includes Mike Smith, Senior Project Manager, Dave Kwiatkowski, Superintendent, and Mitchell Berti, Project Engineer. We are proud of their determination and dedication to this project and look forward to seeing the entire project turn over in June!