STURGEON BAY, WI – Door County Cooperative has chosen Bayland Buildings, Inc., as the general contractor for their new 12,560 square foot, Appliance Avenue location in Sturgeon Bay. Door County Cooperative will be revitalizing the vacant Warner Wholesale building located on Egg Harbor Road.
The project will consist of remodeling the existing building, updating the original 1965 roof, insulation and heating systems. The new location is set to open in mid February of 2017 and will include Cellcom and America’s Mattress Gallery, all owned and operated by the Door County Cooperative. With the new location and the additional space created in the existing facility, 5-10 new jobs are expected to be added in the Sturgeon Bay community.
“We are extremely excited to be able to continue our growth in Sturgeon Bay. Rehabilitating an existing building should help revitalize the area, while increasing our capacity for local employment,” said Brian Duquaine, Door Country Cooperative’s President and CEO.
Door County Cooperative is a member owned business since 1939. Considered a one stop shopping experience with everything from Appliance Avenue, NAPA Auto Parts, True Value hardware, Cellcom, to pet supplies, feeds, fertilizers, and more. Other services include, propane programs, an agronomy division, the Shirley feed mill and Pro Lawn professional lawn treatment company.
“We at Bayland Buildings, Inc. are a strong supporter of growth in Door County and utilize many local subcontractors such as Eagle Mechanical, Stauber Electric, Dylan Lauger, Door County Improvements, and R & M Masonry,” said Dave Phillips, Project Executive for Bayland Buildings, Inc.
The project is expected to be complete by February of 2017.