Aerial of Prairie Highlands Corp. Park

Prairie Highlands Corporate Park Breaks Ground

raSmith performing construction and UAS (drone) services for the Village of Pleasant Prairie in Kenosha County

Prairie Highlands, Golden ShovelsVillage of Pleasant Prairie staff and project stakeholders, including raSmith employees, attended the July 24, 2018, groundbreaking ceremony for the Village’s Prairie Highlands Corporate Park. raSmith is providing construction services as well as UAS (drone) services for inspection and survey verification for this major development.

Prairie Highlands Corporate Park is a 440-acre development that will have manufacturing and healthcare facilities, as well as space for offices and other commercial developments. Construction is currently underway for the new Aurora Health Care ambulatory surgery center and physician office building. Haribo, a German candy company, will also build a manufacturing plant at the business park. Construction for the plant is expected to begin in spring 2019.

In photo below, left to right: Matt Fineour (Village engineer), Nathan Thiel (Village administrator), Richard Smith (raSmith CEO), Dave Klimisch (Village trustee), John Steinbrink (Village president), Michael Pollocoff (former Village administrator), Thomas Shircel (assistant Village administrator), Jean Werbie-Harris (community development director), John Steinbrink, Jr. (director of public works), David Smetana (chief of police).

Breaking Ground at Prairie Highlands
Aerial of Prairie Highlands Corp. Park
Prairie Highlands, Golden Shovels
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