Corporate Contractors Inc. expands into the Milwaukee market

NEWS RELEASE June 3, 2014 (BELOIT, WI): Corporate Contractors Inc (CCI) today announced that it has opened an office in Milwaukee. CCI recently leased a Milwaukee sales office space located on the northeast side of the city near Good Hope Road and Hwy 45. Leading CCI’s expansion efforts into southeast Wisconsin is newly hired associate, Michael Queoff. He brings more than 28...

Software company, 30 employees move from Illinois to Beloit

Gazette staff   March 14, 2014 BELOIT—The movement of Illinois software company and its 30 employees to Beloit could be a precursor to even more growth. AccuLynx moved into the Ironworks redevelopment owned by Hendricks Commercial Properties. The company has 12,000 square feet with an option for an additional 9,000 square feet. AccuLynx is a cloud-based business management software for specialty trade contractors. It helps...

Tech firm finds home in Beloit

Posted: Friday, March 21, 2014 4:00 pm [caption id="attachment_4822" align="alignleft" width="224"] Staff photo by Shaun Zinck[/caption] By Shaun Zinck beloitdailynews.com  Fun at AccuLynx The Ironworks building has special meaning for Richard Spanton Jr. His grandfather worked at Beloit Corporation for 40 years, and now Spanton is back in Beloit with his company AccuLynx. The business management software company moved from Rockton into the Ironworks building about...

CCI Newsletter – Spring 2014

CCI’s Specialized Services In addition to our general contracting, design-build and and excavation teams are an integral part of many of our construction management abilities, CCI employs a host of projects; CCI could not complete them without their dedicated industry experts who offer the unique in-house capability efforts. to self-perform such specialized construction services as excavation, roofing, polished concrete floors and more....

Software Company Relocates to Ironworks Campus

james posted on March 14, 2014 12:20 (Beloit, WI) - AccuLynx announced that it is relocating its software development company to the Ironworks Campus, which is located in downtown Beloit, WI. The company is leasing 12,000 SF of newly remodeled office space and taking an option for an additional 9,000 SF. With 30 existing employees, AccuLynx is positioned to more than double its staffing levels over the...

‘Phoenix’ ready for 1st tenant

Posted: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 4:00 pm By Shaun Zinck szinck@beloitdailynews.combeloitdailynews.com The Phoenix Project is nearly ready to welcome its first business tenant. Beloit city councilors cleared the way Monday night for marketing and advertising firm Rick Wells, Ltd. to move into about 2,500 square feet on the ground floor of the building at 430 E. Grand Ave. A conditional use permit was...

DBA honors improvements downtown

Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014 4:00 pm By Clint Wolf cwolf@beloitdailynews.combeloitdailynews.com Businesses, volunteers and community members were honored Thursday for making downtown Beloit a brighter and more active area during the Downtown Beloit Association Awards Party. The event was held at La Casa Grande and a theme of building on a rock solid base kept running through the event. Shauna El-Amin, executive director...

Hackett school expansion celebrated

[caption id="attachment_4811" align="alignleft" width="265"] Hackett ribbon cutting[/caption] Staff photo by Hillary Gavan From left; Rep. Janis Ringhand, Bray Architects' Clint Selle, Hackett educator Mary Knudson, Principal Marcia Schwengels, Beloit City Councilor Dave Luebke, Board of Education member Nora Gard and others celebrate with a ribbon cutting for Hackett Elementary School's dedication program held Tuesday evening. Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 4:00 pm By Hillary...

Beloit’s downtown continues evolution

Beloit's downtown continues evolution Jim Leute  January 19, 2014 BELOIT—Rod Gottfredsen vividly recalls the day in 1986 when he and seven other people met in his one-chair barbershop in downtown Beloit. The topic at hand was the state of downtown. “Not only were some of the buildings without upstairs windows that pigeons were flying in and out of, but many of the lower windows were...

Beloit’s downtown continues evolution

Jim Leute January 19, 2014   BELOIT—Rod Gottfredsen vividly recalls the day in 1986 when he and seven other people met in his one-chair barbershop in downtown Beloit. The topic at hand was the state of downtown. “Not only were some of the buildings without upstairs windows that pigeons were flying in and out of, but many of the lower windows were boarded up as...