From Left: Jeff Stodola, Frontier Builders & Consultants owner; Matt Wilcox, WBD; Nathan Kastein, Bank First; Mike Draheim, XLR8 owner with son Lucas and wife Michelle; Sam Schroeder, City of Menasha Community Development Director; Don Merkes, City of Menasha Mayor and Ted Grade, City of Menasha District 7 Alderman.

XLR8 Sports Training owners, staff and family members joined Frontier Builders & Consultants, City of Menasha representatives and local bank and financial representatives for a ceremonial groundbreaking for XLR8’s new building at 1300 Wittman Drive in Menasha. The 9,000 sq. ft. building is set to be completed early next year and will house XLR8’s operations which includes sports training for individuals that compete at the recreational, youth, high school,collegiate, masters, professional and Olympic levels. The company offers a unique approach to sports training and strength and conditioning. Frontier Builders & Consultants is the general contractor on the project.

Frontier Builders & Consultants has started work on a Golden Harvest Market in Merrill, WI. The 17,000 square-foot grocery market offers natural and organic health foods, fresh produce, a large grocery selection, supplements, and an in-house bakery. This will be the second location for Golden Harvest. The other store is located just outside of Rhinelander. Frontier Builders was also the general contractor on that project which was completed in 2016.

Frontier Builders & Consultants will be working with Absolute Supply on a new addition to their building on Bohm Drive in Little Chute. The expansion will double the size of the company’s existing building to accommodate current operations. Absolute Supply is a tier 1 supplier of raw materials and abrasive waterjet cut parts. Construction on the expansion will kick off in May and is scheduled to be completed early fall of this year.

Frontier Builders & Consultants has been tapped to do the site development and exterior construction of a 4,300 sq. ft. building that will house a Panera Bread in Manitowoc. The building, which will be located at 4626 Calumet Avenue, is scheduled to be completed in December.

Wolf River Machine, LLC recently held a ceremonial groundbreaking for their new 6,000 sq. ft. building. The Wolf River Machine team was joined by members of Frontier Builders & Consultants, the general contractor on the project, and representatives from Wolf River Community Bank and the Town of Greenville. Construction on the building, located at W988 Levi Drive in Greenville, is scheduled to be completed in early September.

“We are really excited about the new building. It will give us the additional space we need to add equipment to better serve our current customers and allow us to continue to grow that customer base,” said Ben Romenesko who is co-owner with Tanner Buchman. “Frontier Builders & Consultants has been instrumental in helping us make this project a reality.”

Pictured from left: Michael Brown, Town of Greenville Community Economic Development Director; Joel Gregozeski, Town of Greenville Administrator; Owners Tanner and Danielle Buchman, Owners Tanya and Ben Romenesko; Joe Ackerman, Commercial Lender for Wolf River Community Bank and Jason Bloxham, Executive Vice President of Wolf River Community Bank.