The project team at the Mackson Corners Waterfront project hit a significant milestone this month as the team raised the last roof truss into place. A brief ceremony was held to commemorate the occasion which began with short remarks from Joy Hannemann, Partner at Merge Urban Development Group, as well as Kevin Hansen, Senior Project Manager of the project. The event concluded with project partners signing the last truss which was then raised into place.
Construction on The Waterfront started in October 2021 and is expected to turn over at the end of the year. It is part of a larger multi-phased project that is redeveloping the former industrial waterfront along the Fox River in Oshkosh. It’s constructed from a variety of building materials including a cast-in-place foundation with precast columns, beams and plank that supports a combination of structural steel on the ground floor and three residential floors of stick framing above housing 74 units.
In all, we are proud to take an active role in this visionary redevelopment effort – and one that includes the Brio building, another mixed-use project in Greenfire’s portfolio. The project team includes Kevin Hansen, Alan Augustynowicz, Superintendent, and Mariah Herron, Project Engineer. We would like to thank Merge for selecting Greenfire to carry out their vision and we are excited to partner once again with our friends at Slingshot Architecture on another transformative project.
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