On The Move – Business

Posted on Oct 3, 2016 :: Business on the move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

Fox World Travel introduced a new corporate brand identity and website. Through this rebranding process, the organization discovered two words that describe their interaction with customers and the internal culture of Fox World Travel: Soar Together. The transformed identity is being utilized on the new corporate website foxworldtravel.com.

Inc. magazine ranked Fox World Travel 4,659 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000 ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. In addition to Inc. 5000, Fox recently was ranked 34 on Travel Weekly’s Power List of travel agencies and was recognized by Business Travel News as one of the largest and most respected travel management companies in the nation.

KELLER, Planners, Architects, Builders, announced several new projects: a 6,000-square-foot storage unit for Big Ring Storage, 925 N.  Bluemound Drive, Appleton, expected to be complete in November; a 1,056-square-foot garage for Unison Credit Union, 2001 Freedom Road, Little Chute, expected to be completed in October; a 6,825-square-foot warehouse addition for Lawrence Screw Products, 1393 Capital Drive, Fond du Lac, expected to be completed in January; a 2,564-square-foot build-out for Rejuvenation Clinic of Sauk Prairie, 1200 Prairie St., Prairie du Sac, expected to be completed in October; a 3,722-square-foot dental clinic for Delasanta Dental, 4006 State Highway 42, Sheboygan, expected to be completed in February; a 94,270-square-foot warehouse with office space for Calibre, Inc., 655 Dekora Woods Blvd, Saukville, expected to be completed in April, 2017; a 3,800-square-foot facility for Community Blood Center, 4406 W. Spencer St., Appleton, expected to be completed in December; a 6,034-square-foot orthodontics and pediatric practice for Davies Orthodontics & Pediatric, Highway 67, Summit, expected to be completed in March; a 1,700-square-foot wellness clinic for JJ Keller, 5 Innovation Court, Appleton, expected to be completed in December; a 3,000-square-foot addition for Innovative Industries, 1525 Deleglise St., Antigo, expected to be completed in January; and a 33,500-square-foot warehouse addition for Futura, 1706 Pearl St., Waukesha, expected to be completed in January.

Greenheck, a supplier of air movement and control equipment, has recognized Endries International as an Elite Supplier. Endries received this highest level award a Greenheck supplier can earn by meeting quality, on-time delivery and continuous improvement expectations.

Fox Communities Credit Union’s Bike to the Beat event raised $25,000 for the myTEAM TRIUMPH nonprofit organization.

Tundraland Home Improvement announced more than 300 shower singers stepped up during Mile of Music, triggering the company’s pledge to provide a local student one full year of music lessons and the instrument of his or her choice from Heid Music.

R.A. Smith National, Inc. was selected for the fourth consecutive year as one of Zweig Group’s Best Civil Engineering Firms to Work For. The firm ranked 21 out of 40 in the civil engineering category, recognized for its workplace practices, employee benefits and employee retention rates.

Renewal by Andersen of Northeastern Wisconsin was named to Remodeling Magazine’s Remodeling 550. This is the first time the Kaukauna-based company has made the list, which includes a total of 12 Wisconsin-based companies.

Badger Tag & Label’s maintenance team recently replaced all the fluorescent bulbs with LED bulbs in the company’s 30,000-square-foot facility. A total of 407 fluorescent bulbs were replaced and the company expects to save $10,000 in electrical costs annually, plus $1,500 in maintenance costs.

The Stephenson National Bank & Trust launched an online tutorial service to support its online banking products. “ebranch” is available at snbt.com/video.

TREG Foundation fund, a charity started by Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group, gave a grant of $500 to the Wisconsin Maritime Museum.

Galloway Company, a Neenah processor of concentrated liquid dairy blends and sweetened condensed milk, and Godfrey & Kahn S.C., an Appleton-based law firm, are the latest investors of the Fox Cities Regional Partnership.

Denmark State Bank was named one of the Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America by DepositAccounts.com. Denmark State Bank received a final ranking of 179 and an overall health score of A+ and is among only nine banks in Wisconsin to receive this recognition.

Micoley.com launched its new marketplace website powered by RealtyHive.

First Bank Financial Centre has been named a “Best Bank to Work For” by American Banker magazine. FBFC is ranked 27 nationally and is one of only two Wisconsin banks in the top 30.

Consolidated Construction Co. Inc., announced an addition to the Greenville Junction retail strip mall in Greenville. Greenville Junction will be expanded to add four more tenant spaces to the east side of the building. It currently houses Pizza King restaurant, Corks & Caps Beverage Company, Verizon Wireless, and Family Insurance Center in approximately 9,000 square feet. The new tenant spaces will include a 1,500-square-foot plus three 1,200-square-foot spaces. The first 1,200-square-foot space has been leased to The Barbers’ Chair salon.

Holy Family Memorial has been named one of the 100 Great Community Hospitals for 2016 by Becker’s Hospital Review. According to Becker’s, a “community hospital” is defined as one with fewer than 550 beds and minimal teaching programs.

WG&R Furniture announced it has purchased the property and building at 3800 W. Wisconsin Ave., Grand Chute.

The Trauma Center at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah has been reverified as a Level II trauma center for the seventh time, marking 26 years as the first and longest continuously verified Level II trauma center north of Milwaukee and Madison.

Faith Technologies was recently awarded Constructech’s 2016 Vision Award presented to companies that realize the advantages of converging construction and technology and successfully apply it to everyday business.

Prevea Health received the 2015 UnitedHealthcare PATH Excellence in Patient Service Award for its commitment to improving health outcomes for people enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s Medicare Advantage plans.

Expera Specialty Solutions announced it successfully completed its annual Chain-of-Custody audit. Expera is certified under the Forest Stewardship Council, the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification at all four of its Wisconsin facilities. The certifications support customer requirements and confirm Expera’s sustainability commitment.

Stellar Blue Technologies launched seven new custom websites in July: McMahon Group of Companies, TECC Security Systems Inc., Keith Evenson Homes, Transition Honduras: Youth of Honduras, Robinson Enclosures, Fox Valley Voices of Men and Visonex.

Hospital Sisters Health Systems St. Vincent Hospital Regional Cancer Center was recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the 100 hospital and health systems with great oncology programs in 2016. This is the second consecutive year HSHS St. Vincent Hospital Regional Cancer Center has received this recognition.

Acuity is the 57th-largest insurer in the nation, according to Conning’s latest Market Share Rankings report. Acuity’s current ranking is a four-point jump from the previous year.

Home Builders Association of the Fox Cities announced that it has expanded its territory to include all of the Fox Cities and surrounding counties. Overseeing the expansion of this new territory is HBA Fox Cities Board of Directors for 2016-2017: President Paul Schroeder, Schroeder Carpentry Inc.; President-elect Brian Calmes, Calmes & Rohm Construction LLC; Vice President Amy Griffin, Griffin Builders Inc.; Secretary Jill Hendricks, Vision Realty & Development Inc.; Treasurer Deb Henschel, Johnson Bank; Angie Bodenheimer, Knight Barry Title Services; Kristy Christensen, McCarty Law LLP; Matthew Daniels, Habitat for Humanity ReStore; Tim Hippert, United Concrete and Construction Inc.; Kyle Holtz, Everest Crane; JP Jedwabny, J&S Homes; Ernie Lisser, Van Vreede’s; Don Springhetti, Springhetti Custom Homes LLC; Andy Uecker, RUCON Construction Mgmt Inc.; and Dale Zuleger, Concrete Cutters Inc.

Omni Glass & Paint, Inc. announced its commercial glass division will be part of two new projects: the expansion at the Ho-Chunk Casino, Wittenberg, installing windows, doors and the curtain wall as well as the glass shower doors in the hotel rooms; and Cloverbelt Credit Union’s corporate headquarters, Wausau, installing the curtain wall, windows, doors, and the glass canopy.

Radio station 91.1 The Avenue and The Refuge Foundation for the Arts formed a partnership to promote upcoming musicians and artists. The Avenue will relocate its studio and production team to The Refuge property, 1000 N. Ballard Road, Appleton. The station will retain its Green Bay office and will continue to operate independently.

The Agnesian HealthCare Foundation Charity Open raised nearly $300,000 to support direct hospice patient care.

Independent Printing won three awards in the Annual Gold Ink Awards competition including one bronze award and two pewter awards. All three of Independent’s awards were earned in the Commercial Printing: Brochures, Sheetfed category. The bronze award was printed on behalf of Neenah Paper. The two pewter awards were printed on behalf of Appvion.

John and Kelly Church announced plans to open a Red Wing Shoe store at 2920 South Business Dr., Sheboygan. Work began in September and the store is expected to open in October.

The Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin awarded H.J. Martin and Son two 2016 BUILD Wisconsin awards for the following categories and projects: Specialty Contractor-Exterior Finishes, Corporate Headquarters of International Dairy Company; Specialty Contractor-Interior Finishes, Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology Center.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. partnered with Blue Design Group to build a $5.4 million, 54,000-square-foot athletic training facility for the Kimberly Area School District in Kimberly. Work is expected to be complete in August, 2017.

Metreau Apartments unveiled a one-bedroom model apartment as the company continues construction at 115 E. Walnut St., Green Bay. The leasing office is located across the street from Metreau.

The Ministry Door County Medical Center Dental Clinic received a grant from the WPS Foundation for $1,500.

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association awarded its Safe Sports School Award to Berlin High School, which has its athletic training services provided by ThedaCare

GLC Minerals, a custom mineral processing facility in Green Bay, received the American Feed Industry Association’s Safe Feed/Safe Food certification.

De Pere-based architect Performa, Inc. will take part in the planned restoration of the copper-clad dome of the Brown County Courthouse. The project will be completed in 2017.

Lakeshore Technical College has been named a Mopar Career Automotive Program local training site. The program, designed to develop a critical stream of highly-trained technicians to work in U.S. dealerships, recently added 34 colleges in addition to LTC to its network of certified technical training sites.