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As GROTH grows, it doesn’t forget its core values

– GROTH Design Group

Since the company was founded in 1994, GROTH Design Group has risen through the ranks to become one of the region’s leading architectural firms.

GROTH, which has offices in Appleton, Cedarburg and Milwaukee, is known for delivering results with a personal approach to listen, lead and serve its clients through every step of a project.

The firm’s progress and success are made possible by its staff of 15 registered architects and five LEED accredited professionals, as well as a team of project managers and designers, interior designers, construction administrators and support professionals. GROTH’s services include facility needs analysis, programming, master planning, probable cost analysis, architectural and interior design, FFE and construction administration.

Notable projects include Notre Dame School in De Pere; Peace Lutheran Childcare Learning Center in Antigo; Dickinson County Healthcare in Iron Mountain, Michigan; Super Clinic in Stevens Point; and Aspirus Langlade Clinic in Birnamwood.

“Our listen, lead, serve ethos is something our whole team believes in and tries to live out every day,” said Pete Schneider, partner and senior architect at GROTH. “We get to work with mission-focused clients that do amazing things in our communities, and it is always rewarding to help create facilities that serve their work.

“Our team leads by serving each other and our clients and that pays off with great relationships and great design.”

GROTH values and encourages staff to give back, and one example is the selection of the firm’s annual community service project. The team works to participate in grassroots and organized events benefiting the selected project or nonprofit.

This year, the firm selected Family Sharing of Ozaukee County Inc. as its community service project. To kick the work off at the beginning of summer, GROTH’s Cedarburg, Appleton and Milwaukee offices competed in a food drive, collecting nearly 1,600 items in just three weeks.

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