Madisen Maher Architects Awarded Black Bear Botlting Group Distribution Center
New 65,000 square foot facility supports growth and efficiency
MILWAUKEE, WI – (July 21, 2016) – Madisen Maher Architects (MMA) was awarded Black Bear Bottling Group, LLC’s 65,000 square foot distribution center, supporting the company’s growth in quality traditional and customized beverages for regional and national brands. The distribution center will improve efficiency by providing storage and distribution services adjacent to their bottling facility at 2025 Southbranch Blvd. in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
Black Bear Bottling Group is recognized as a leader of high-quality bottling services in the food industry that has acquired national clients. They manufacture three distinct lines – product packaged in plastic bottles, glass bottles and Bag in Box.
“The distribution center streamlines the process, improving shipping and fulfillment for Black Bear,” says Erik Madisen. “A lack of adequate space required off-site storage, reducing efficiency,” he adds. Black Bear Bottling Group will increase employment to staff the new distribution center.
About Madisen Maher Architects
Madisen Maher Architects (MMA) strives to be the most sought after architectural design experts trusted to deliver exceptional environments. Their mission is to create facilities that are a reflection of the owners and end-users through proven expertise and best practices that include listening, thought leadership and collaboration. Based upon values of integrity, responsiveness, creativity and efficiency, MMA fosters a solid corporate culture and repeat business. They are registered in Wisconsin and Illinois, are NCARB certified and LEED APs. For more information on Madisen Maher Architects, call us at 414-277-8000 or visit www.madisenmaher.com.
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