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BUILDING BLOCKS: Zizzo Group Engagement Marketing’s offices in Milwaukee (access required)

The historic Brass Light Gallery Building was previously occupied by Tenor High School, which is part of Milwaukee charter school system that has since moved into the former Milwaukee Journal Sentinel complex. Zizzo Group is working with RINKA on renovations that will turn into a mixed-use location for offices and tenants.

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BUILDING BLOCKS: Argopur’s dairy project in Little Chute (access required)

This project will let Agropur increase of production of cheese and ingredients. It also involves the construction of cutting-edge waste-water treatment plant that will generate energy. The new plant will be built just north of Agropur's existing Little Chute factory. The plant’s milk-processing volume will more than double, going from 300 million pounds to 750 million pounds a year.

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BUILDING BLOCKS: Expansion of the La Crosse Center (access required)

The project added a 12,892-square-foot ballroom, a 7,226-square-foot atrium, seven meeting rooms and various office spaces. It also added a lobby with a grand staircase to the ballroom level, a renovated North Hall and an extension over Front Street and a roof-top terrace looking over the Mississippi River in downtown La Crosse.

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BUILDING BLOCKS: River North Apartments (access required)

The project is in Manitowoc’s River Point District, on the former site of the Canadian National Railyard. River Point is an extension of Manitowoc’s historic downtown, connecting to nearby shops, restaurants, museums, breweries, trails and more. Because of its spot on a peninsula, nearly every apartment at River North will have panoramic views of Lake Michigan or the Manitowoc River.

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BUILDING BLOCKS: Karcher Middle School (access required)

The school will be for more than 700 students and has improved security and safety features. It has several classrooms for grades six through eight, as well as spaces for special education and STEM courses, art, band, orchestra and choir. There are also a new gymnasium, a fitness room and state-of-the-art locker rooms, as well as an improved library, cafeteria and staff offices.

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