How did they build Titletown?

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The 34-acre mixed-use Titletown District, located to the west of Lambeau Field, is nearing completion of its first phase. Two years after breaking ground, the development consists of the Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics clinic; the Lodge Kohler hotel; park and recreational space; Hinterland restaurant and brewery; and the Ariens Hill snow tubing park. In October, the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft Corp. announced TitletownTech, a $10,000 million digital and technology innovation center, business incubator and venture capital fund that will open this fall in the Titletown District. Many of the materials used to construct phase one of Titletown were sourced from or assembled in Wisconsin, including:

  • Structural steel from Green Bay
  • Doors, frames and hardware from Green Bay.
  • Concrete from Green Bay.
  • Landscaping, including trees and shrubs from Appleton.
  • Asphalt from Green Bay.
  • Decorative Stone from Fond du Lac.
  • Crushed Stone from Green Bay. 
  • wood paneling from various parts of Wisconsin.
  • Paint from Appleton and Green Bay.
  • Decorative railings from Oshkosh.
  • Decorative benches from Oshkosh.
  • Masonry Materials from Green Bay.

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The 34-acre mixed-use Titletown District, located to the west of Lambeau Field, is nearing completion of its first phase. Two years after breaking ground, the development consists of the Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics clinic; the Lodge Kohler hotel; park and recreational space; Hinterland restaurant and brewery; and the Ariens Hill snow tubing park. In October, the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft Corp. announced TitletownTech, a $10,000 million digital and technology innovation center, business incubator and venture capital fund that will open this fall in the Titletown District. Many of the materials used to construct phase one of Titletown were sourced from or assembled in Wisconsin, including:

  • Structural steel from Green Bay
  • Doors, frames and hardware from Green Bay.
  • Concrete from Green Bay.
  • Landscaping, including trees and shrubs from Appleton.
  • Asphalt from Green Bay.
  • Decorative Stone from Fond du Lac.
  • Crushed Stone from Green Bay. 
  • wood paneling from various parts of Wisconsin.
  • Paint from Appleton and Green Bay.
  • Decorative railings from Oshkosh.
  • Decorative benches from Oshkosh.
  • Masonry Materials from Green Bay.

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