Greenfire Management Services: Celebrates grand opening of northern office in Wausau
1/11/2019

Company announces three new hires and is currently accepting applications for new positions

 
Media Contact: Kip Ritchie at kip.ritchie@greenfire.com or 414-290-9400.


Wausau, WI, January 10, 2019 – 
Greenfire Management Services, which is owned by the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation, celebrated the grand opening of its northern office in Wausau, Wisconsin today with members of the local business community including ambassadors from the Wausau Chamber of Commerce. Greenfire’s new 3,000 sq. ft. office is located at 301 N. 17th Avenue and houses the team’s project management, business development and administrative staff supporting projects in the northern sector of the state. The company expects additional growth as it acquires new contracts in the region.

 

Greenfire, headquartered in Milwaukee, is one of the fastest growing construction management firms in the region and established its northern operations a year ago to gain a foothold beyond the southeastern region of the state, and to support developments by the Forest County Potawatomi in Crandon, Wisconsin. During its first year, the northern office secured and completed work on the Demmer Memorial Library in Three Lakes, Wisconsin.  

 

“Establishing a presence in northern Wisconsin completes one of the company’s key expansion goals and addresses a need for quality construction solutions in this market,” said Mike Murphy, Greenfire’s Director of Northern Operations. “We are excited about the work we are already doing here and look forward to expanding our portfolio of projects. We are also happy to have a physical presence in Wausau as it will allow us to become even more actively engaged in the community.”

 

Since it was formed in 2010, Greenfire has grown into a leading construction management firm in Wisconsin. The company’s portfolio includes major construction projects for some of the Midwest’s most successful property developers, as well as the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe.  Greenfire was recently recognized as a Minority Contractor of the Year and Fastest Growing Firm. Greenfire is a state certified, Native American-owned company.

 

Greenfire excels in multi-family residential, historic renovation, adaptive reuse, tenant improvements, industrial, commercial office, healthcare, education and hospitality developments. The northern office expects to focus on education, healthcare and commercial projects but the company’s full capabilities will be available in the region.

 

 

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Joining Murphy to support projects in the Wausau area are three recent hires.

 

Evan Fromm joined the team in June as project manager. He has more than a decade of experience and most recently worked for Merrill Steel and Veritas Steel where he coordinated and managed multiple large scale steel construction projects. Evan received his bachelor of science degree in Industrial Technology Management from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

 

Bob Bergman was recently hired as senior project manager. With more than four decades of construction experience, Bob has an extensive background in civil estimating, project engineering, and field engineering.  He also has experience in developing budgets for industrial, municipal, commercial, and institutional projects. Before joining the Greenfire team, Bob served as an estimator for The Boldt Company. Bob earned an associate degree from the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and a master certificate in project management from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 

Sherrie Harenda was recently hired as the northern office’s administrative assistant. Prior to joining Greenfire, Sherrie worked as an executive administrative assistant for the Bone & Joint Clinic in Wausau, and was a marketing and merchandising coordinator/supervisor for Wausau Homes.  Sherri received an associates degree from Northcentral Technical College and is a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP).

 

Greenfire currently has openings for project managers, superintendents, project engineers and project coordinators in Wausau. Interested parties should visit www.Greenfire.com.

 

ABOUT GREENFIRE MANAGEMENT SERVICES, LLC: Since it was formed in 2010 as a subsidiary of the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation (PBDC), Greenfire Management Services has grown into a leading construction management firm. Greenfire’s portfolio includes major construction projects for some of the Midwest and Wisconsin’s most successful property developers, as well as the Forest County Potawatomi Tribe.  Greenfire was recently recognized as the Minority Contractor of the Year and Fastest Growing Firm. Greenfire is a State certified, Native American owned company. For more information, visit our website at greenfire.com.

 

ABOUT THE POTAWATOMI BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION:  The Potawatomi Business Development Corporation is owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi Community of Wisconsin. The Corporation seeks to diversify the Tribe’s business interests beyond gaming in an effort to secure the future of the Tribe for the next seven generations and beyond. In addition to Greenfire Management Services, business holdings include: Potawatomi Federal Solutions, 1Prospect Technologies, Advancia Corporation, Advancia Aeronautics, Advancia Technologies, Potawatomi Training, Silver Lake Construction, Data Holdings and Redhawk Network Security. For more information on the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation, visit our website atwww.potawatomibdc.com.

 




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