On the move – Business

Posted on Dec 1, 2016 :: Business on the move
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

American Digital Cartography, Inc., Appleton, announced the release of ADC WorldMap Digital Atlas v7.3, including current country and first level political boundaries for the entire world and more than 39,900 second level political boundaries in 137 countries.

Miron Construction Co., Inc. will partner with Somerville, Inc. to build the Bellin Health Sports Medicine & Orthopedics Clinic in the Titletown development in Green Bay. The 50,000-square-foot project, located west of Lambeau Field, is scheduled to be complete in June. Miron was recently presented with the Excellence in Safety Award by Engineering News Record Midwest for its work on the Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology clinic in Appleton and recently earned the Best Commercial Builder distinction in the Post-Crescent’s Best of the Valley 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards.

KELLER, Planners, Architects, Builders, announced several new projects: A 124,000-square-foot warehouse and leasing facility for Santa Barbara Fuels, De Pere, expected to be completed in spring 2017; a 4,300-square-foot rebuild of a convenience store and Taco John’s for Wagner Oil, Wautoma, expected to be completed in April; a 41,700-square-foot manufacturing facility for Dura-Trel, Inc., Sheboygan Falls, expected to be completed in June; a 3,300-square-foot office for Liberty Mutual Insurance, Appleton, expected to be completed in January; an office addition for Quality Insulators, Green Bay, expected to be completed in January; a 4,500-square-foot bus service center, Lamers Bus, Darlington, expected to be completed in February; a 13,500-square-foot warehouse for BCI Burke, Fond du Lac, expected to be completed in March; a 4,800-square-foot office for Unison Credit Union, Grand Chute, expected to be completed in May; a 7,050-square-foot vehicle repair shop for Meineke Car Care Center, Madison, expected to be completed in May; a 31,400-square-foot warehouse and truck wash for E.H. Wolf & Sons, Slinger, expected to be completed in December.

John and Kelly Church opened their first Red Wing Shoes store in Sheboygan.

Exit Elite Realty received façade and interior grants totaling $7,500 for its Shawano offices through Shawano Country Vision 2017. Owners Lori and Greg Muller opened the Shawano office in 2016.

American Custom Converting launched an updated website at acconverting.com.

Goodwill of North Central Wisconsin opened its second retail store and training center in Oshkosh near State Highway 21. Goodwill NCW now has 27 retail stores, plus the outlet store in Appleton.

Prevea Health launched a new health care management app for Android and Apple devices called  MyPrevea. The app is adapted from the myprevea.com website.

Element, a De Pere-based marketing agency, brewed its own craft beer with the help of Badger State Brewing Co., Green Bay. Called Final Proof, the beer uses uncommon ingredients such as lemongrass, ginger and fresh hops grown on Element’s back deck. Final Proof will be available on tap at Badger State Brewing Co., and Element has a keg and growlers in stock for client tasting.

CR Structures Group, Inc., will remodel the Lynndale Street offices of Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group in Appleton. Construction is expected to be completed in February.

Seaway Printing Co., a short- and medium-run book printer, installed a Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 printing press in its Green Bay facility. The 40-inch press reaches peak performance speeds of 18,000 sheets per hour, with high- energy efficiency and reduced ink and paper waste.

The cardiac rehabilitation program at ThedaCare Medical Center-Wild Rose received national certification from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Performa received an Excellence in Structural Engineering award from the Structural Engineers Association of Wisconsin for the design of One Menasha Center.

Holy Family Memorial received the designation of Community Value Provider by Cleverley + Associates, a health care financial consulting firm specializing in operational benchmarking and performance enhancement strategies.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Wisconsin Chapter held its Light the Night Walk at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium and raised more than $120,000 for LLS’s mission to find cures for blood cancers. Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology was a principal sponsor of the event.

Green Bay 7 Up Bottling received the Wisconsin Governor’s Exemplary Employer Award for its efforts employing individuals with disabilities.

Schroeder Moving Systems, Inc., Appleton, received the President’s Club Award at the $4 million level honoring agents who generated at least $1 million in sales during the past year from United Van Lines.

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College has been recognized by the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in the areas of economic opportunity, education and general community service. During the 2015-2016 academic year, students and staff completed 271 projects for over 140 nonprofits and businesses across the region.

Red Shoes PR, Inc., an Appleton-based strategic communication agency, received the 2016 Award of Excellence and the 2016 Judges’ Choices Award from the Wisconsin Healthcare Public Relations & Marketing Society for its work in special events for Fox Valley Hematology & Oncology’s Ring That Bell! Unite Against Cancer event.

The Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities awarded a 2016 Employment First Partner grant to Lakeland Care District. Lakeland Care collaborated with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, local service providers and the local school district to host a “flipped” job fair for individuals with disabilities. Instead of individuals coming to talk to employers on employment, employers were invited to come and talk with individuals with disabilities for onsite interviews.

Immel Construction has been awarded the Build Wisconsin Award by the Associated General Contractors of Wisconsin for its work constructing the Pete’s Garage bicycle and sporting goods retail store in Green Bay.

Faith Technologies, an electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor, raised more than $9,000 for the St. Joseph Food Program at its Charity Golf Outing, which will allow St. Joseph’s to purchase milk for 40 families for one year or enough monthly CHAMP meals for 2,600 families for one year.

Acuity received two ACORD awards for delivering independent agents technology solutions that support real-time business capabilities. Acuity earned a Leadership Award and a Case Study Award.

Kondex Corp. was recently named a winner of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers’ 2017 AE50 Award. Kondex has achieved this merit three times and is now being recognized for its new, patented ToughFlight auger that delivers enhanced performance and extended product life.

Green Bay Paper Transport Inc., the fasted growing truckload carrier in the Midwest and Southeast, has moved its headquarters to a facility twice the size in De Pere. Founded 26 years ago in Green Bay, Paper Transport, Inc. (PTI) has been growing 20 percent each year for the last six years and outgrew its location in Ashwaubenon. PTI expects to add 15 to 20 office employees within the next year.

IEI General Contractors’ employees have completed certification of Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) training. The ICRA process identifies potential hazards in terms of dust and infection control with regard to adjacent patient care areas and the type of construction involved, and specifies appropriate safeguards for working within stated safety parameters.