Project Overview

The Ray & Joan Kroc Community Center, located on Lime Kiln Road in Green Bay, is a true community resource. The new facility offers the latest in aquatic and athletic environments, as well as theater arts and community spaces. The facility features a gymnasium, swimming pool, fitness center, chapel/auditorium, and rooms for art, music, computers, youth activities, and more.

Read the Kroc Center LEED Profile.

Community Market Leader

Corey Brumbaugh / Vice President, Business Development, Community
920.969.7056
corey.brumbaugh@miron-construction.com

Owner:

The Salvation Army

Size:

101,927 SF

Completion:

July 2011

Architect / Engineer:

Berners-Schober Associates, Inc.

LEED:

Awarded Silver LEED Certification

Awards:

  • AGC of Wisconsin Build Wisconsin Award – 2012
  • The Daily Reporter / Wisconsin Builder Top Project Award – 2012
  • Mayor’s Beautification Award (City of Green Bay) – 2011

In their words…

Our general contractor, Miron Construction, far exceeded our expectations for the delivery of their services. We are so thrilled with the results of their efforts as our general contractor. Each and every day, we have people that use the facility that mention how impressed they are with the quality of the workmanship that is so evident in our facility. The Kroc Center seeks to meet the needs of those who participate in its many programs. We strive to strengthen, enrich and encourage our members and guests with every program and service we provide. Miron Construction did an amazing job of building us a beautiful facility that expresses strength, warmth and encouragement to our members. Our facility is an incredible tool that we leverage each day to make a difference in the lives of others!” John Manser, Director of Operations The Salvation Army

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