The Pulaski Warehouse and Family Pet Food Center was already planning to move approximately 800 feet down the road and add 10,000 square feet of warehouse and retail display space to their previous 2,000-square-foot facility when they were approached by Fox Cities Builders.
Due to strong growth and equipment acquisitions at Bay Area Granite in Suamico, Fox Cities Builders was called on to build an 8,000-square-foot addition—including the capability of incorporating an overhead crane in the future—to house an expanded shop and production office space.
Fox Cities Builders was given a big job … Turn an old steel pole structure into a warm, welcoming and highly functional 6,800-square-foot space—complete with easy-maintenance epoxy floors, mason block kennels, play areas, a grooming facility and retail space—for doggy comfort and care. And boy did they deliver!
Increasing herd size from 60 to 230 head and incorporating a barn design commonly found in The Netherlands were the goals of the completely new dairy with a milking parlor, subway, freestall barn, holding and hospital areas that Fox Cities Builders completed for Mattheus and Irena Blenke in Watertown.
Incorporating design elements that increased cow comfort while alleviating stress was the main goal of the advanced 400+ animal facility Fox Cities Builders successfully designed and built for Jeff and Connie Horsens of Horsens Homestead Farms in Cecil.