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Pair of site plans approved for manufacturing additions

By Kevin Boneske
Staff Writer

ASHWAUBENON – Two manufacturing-related site plans to construct building additions were approved Tuesday, Feb. 19, by the village’s Site Plan Review Committee.

Green Bay Anodizing received approval to construct as many as two additions at 2704 S. Ashland Ave.

The one addition the company indicated it will definitely be going ahead with is 3,215 square feet to connect the existing south and north buildings.

Ashwaubenon Community Development Director Aaron Schuette said a second addition of approximately 2,705 square feet to the west of the south building has been proposed as an alternate bid option.

If the bids for the additions come back favorably, Schuette said both would be constructed, but only the 3,215-square-foot addition would be built in the event the bids aren’t favorable.

He said the property where the additions have been proposed currently consists of two parcels zoned I-1 Light Industry, and a combination certified survey map is being reviewed by Brown County to allow the two buildings to be connected as one.

Best Machine & Repair

The committee also approved a site plan for Best Machine & Repair at 1765 W. Paulson Road to construct a 10,766-square-foot addition to the rear of the existing building to expand the company’s manufacturing capacity.

Schuette said the addition will match the existing building’s side walls and materials.

He noted the portion of the addition fronting the north will have a split-face concrete block veneer matching the height of the existing building’s front elevation, while the remainder of the building will have metal panels with fully concealed fasteners to match the existing building.

“We have a pretty straightforward addition to the building,” Schuette said. “It’s good to see the expansion.”
Schuette said the conditions of approval for both addition projects will also include having new ground-mounted and roof-mounted mechanical equipment screened from view or not visible from the street or adjoining properties.

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