Spotlight

June 2022 Project Spotlight | The Common Place

June 30, 2022

The Common Place is a new mixed-use development that includes 88 residential units, ground floor retail space and an indoor climbing gym located in the Village of Ashwaubenon, right in the shadows of Lambeau Field. The five-story structure consists of a precast concrete podium at grade level that supports four stick framed levels above. The ground floor features an 8,125 SF indoor climbing gym complete with a 45’ tall top rope climbing wall,
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Forest County Potawatomi Community Center: Completed Gallery

November 30, 2021

Click through to view completed photos of the Forest County Potawatomi Community Center
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Forest County Potawatomi Community Center: Interior Progress Gallery

November 30, 2021

Click through to view interior progress photos of the Forest County Potawatomi Community Center
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Forest County Potawatomi Community Center: Exterior Progress Gallery

November 30, 2021

Click through to view exterior progress photos of the Forest County Potawatomi Community Center
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BizTimes: See photos of Milwaukee-area executives speed-eating donuts

November 30, 2021

Several Milwaukee executives and community leaders participated in a speed donut-eating competition this week to raise funds for the United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County. Read more.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Former Kenosha racing track is getting new life

November 30, 2021

What was once the last vestige of a defunct Wisconsin industry — greyhound racing — is being redeveloped into an unusual mix of environmentally sustainable light industrial buildings, apartments and retail space. Read more.
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Urban Milwaukee: Urban Spaceship will land in Milwaukee

November 30, 2021

The second annual Urban Spaceship conference will focus on the future of cities in a post-pandemic world. And while the pandemic is still ongoing, conference hosts NEWaukee and NAIOP Wisconsin are looking to the future. The in-person event will take place November 9 from
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Greenfire Door county granary groundbreaking

Fox 11: Ground broken on final resting spot for historic Door County Granary

November 30, 2021

STURGEON BAY (WLUK) -- The Sturgeon Bay Historical Society broke ground Friday for the final resting spot for the Door County Granary. It's located in its original spot on the city's west side. The granary had been across the bay for the
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Greenfire Door county granary groundbreaking

Door County Pulse: Granary’s next phase underway

November 30, 2021

After four years, two moves and many twists and turns, the Door County Granary project is underway. A groundbreaking ceremony held Friday at the 92 E. Maple St. site signaled the start of the first phase of construction. Pilings will be driven,
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Recognized for Blazing Trails

Over the years, Greenfire has been recognized for leading the way in construction management. Greenfire started from the ground up by managing projects for the Forest County Potawatomi community and is now a leading firm for large, mixed-use developments. Expansion throughout Wisconsin and in various markets makes Greenfire a firm to watch. We are proud of each and every award that features our people, our projects, our services and our heritage.

Daily Reporter Top Projects of 2020
– Gold Medal Lofts
– St. James 1868

Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2021 Real Estate Award winners
– Badger Mutual Insurance Headquarters
– St. James 1868

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Construction Firms – # 11

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-area Based Minority-owned Businesses  – #4

Daily Reporter Newsmakers of the Year – Estimator of the Year – Joe Kolavo

Daily Reporter 2020 Diversity in Business

Daily Reporter Top Projects of 2019
– No Studios
– Potawatomi Hotel and Casino Phase II and Casino Infill Project
– Vim+Vigor
– Wgemas

Mayor’s Design Award
– Vim + Vigor

Midwest Real Estate News Magazine’s 2020 Best of the Best Top Construction Companies – #52

Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2020 Real Estate Award winners
– No Studios

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Construction Firms – # 22

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Minority-Owned Business – # 5

Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women 2020 Showcase Awards
– St. James 1868 – Project of the Year Award Winner
– No Studios

USGBC Wisconsin 2020 Leadership Award, Innovative Project – Interiors – Wgemas Building Renovation

Daily Reporter‘s Top Projects of 2016
– Echelon Apartments at Innovation Campus

Daily Reporter‘s Top Projects of 2016
– Wgetthta Renovation at Wgema Campus

Mayor’s Design Awards
Paper Box Lofts

Milwaukee Business Journal‘s Largest Milwaukee-area based Minority Owned Businesses – #3

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Firms – #3

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Construction Firms – #16

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Awards
– Beaumont Place

Tribal Business Journal‘s Top 100 Awards –Top 25 Fastest Growing Tribal Companies

Daily Reporter’s Top Projects
– Beaumont Place & Ward 4

Mayor’s Design Award
Potawatomi Hotel

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-area based Minority Owned Businesses – #6

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Construction Firms – #21

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Awards
– Potawatomi Business Development Corp./Data Holdings

Milwaukee Business Journal’s Largest Milwaukee-Area Construction Firms – #20

Daily Reporter’s Top Projects
– Data Holdings Data Center & FCPC Renewable Generation Biodigester

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