Several of Greenfire’s Milwaukee-area projects were recently named as the largest construction projects underway in the region. The list encompasses projects greater than $12 million in the seven county Milwaukee region. The Greenfire projects included in the list are: Community Within the Corridor, The Locklyn, and The Wheatley Redevelopment. We are proud to be a part of several projects highlighted on this featured list and would like to recognize each of our teams who have helped make them a success so far. To view the entire list, click here.
PROJECT: Community Within the Corridor
CONSTRUCTION COST: $66 million
EXPECTED ENDING MONTH / YEAR: December 2022
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Located along Milwaukee’s 30th Street Industrial Corridor, CWC is the historic renovation of a multi-building industrial complex into a mixed-use residential community. The 400,000 SF projects adapts the property into 197 multi-family units and features 70,000 SF of recreation and commercial spaces.
PROJECT TEAM: Daniel Grams, Project Manager; Josh Bruesewitz, Project Manager; Gene Widenski, Superintendent; Ryan Hermes, Project Engineer
PROJECT: The Locklyn
CONSTRUCTION COST: $30 million
EXPECTED ENDING MONTH / YEAR: February 2023
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: New construction of an apartment community on the former Olympia Resort property. Scope of work includes site development and infrastructure of the 17-acre site and construction of seven multi-family buildings totaling 178 units and a resident clubhouse with an inground pool.
PROJECT TEAM: Mike Smith, Senior Project Manager; Eric Anderson, Superintendent; Rob Norris, Project Engineer; Deepansh Agarwal, Construction Intern
PROJECT NAME: The Wheatley Redevelopment
CONSTRUCTION COST: $18 million
EXPECTED ENDING MONTH / YEAR: August 2022
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Historic renovation of a former MPS building, initially constructed in 1902 with subsequent additions in ’60, ‘65’ and ’72, into a mixed-use residential community. Scope also includes new construction of a four-story multi-family building directly adjacent to the school. The 82-unit redevelopment features an array of recreation and community commercial spaces.
PROJECT TEAM: Gage Christianson, Project Manager; Tommy Cummings, Superintendent; Austin Stueck, Project Engineer; Zach Barrow, Project Engineer