February 2023



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John Aperi


6 Years


Josh Bruesewitz, Project Manager

SECRET TALENT: I have the uncanny knack for solving all sorts of puzzles. I learned in college that I was especially good at those strange, physical ones – like the interconnected rings with only one solution to separate them individually. The amusing talents you discover while hanging out at an Irish pub on North Avenue years ago…

CLAIM TO FAME: Little do some people know that I have two degrees in Fine Art. My majors were Fine Arts Painting and Drawing and Fine Arts in Metalsmithing. By no means is this my fame but ever since I can remember I have been working on and tinkering with things. Whether it’s my cars, minibikes, my home, etc… I consider my ability to fix pretty much anything my claim to fame and that’s the superpower I would always tell my kids. Within the last few years I have gotten into Horology and watch making. I recently, and more importantly successfully, restored my grandfather’s mechanical pocket watch after countless years of being out of commission. I mean, come on, that’s pretty cool.

OBLIGATORY CONSTRUCTION FACTOID: On my father’s side of the family, there are several generations of finish carpenters, including my great uncle who became a Master Carpenter. Growing up he always worked at my childhood home, and I just always thought it was the coolest seeing him work. I eventually helped him on several projects while in high school and college. He taught me some tricks of the trade but more importantly showed me the means to build things with your own two hands and seeing the rewards of your hard, honest work.

CONTEMPLATIVE THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Here are a couple of sayings I abide by:

1)     The tallest nail is the first one to be pounded down.

2)     Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.

Take these how you may, but they pop into my head more often than not.


FCP Museum

The Forest County Potawatomi (FCP) Museum is a full interior renovation of the museum located on the Forest County Potawatomi Reservation. The project consists of a new floorplan to create a more efficient path of viewing for patrons and exhibits that display the artifacts in a more interactive and up-close way for patrons.

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Winter Warmth Drive

It was another successful result for our annual Winter Warmth Drive!

The Milwaukee office collected winter warmth items and raised funds for the Milwaukee Christian Center, a partner of ours for over six years. The Wausau office collected winter warmth items for The Open Door of Marathon County.

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University Career Fairs

UW-Platteville and UW-Milwaukee hosted career fairs this month and Greenfire exhibited at both. The fairs are a great way to get our company in front of young talent who are pursuing degrees in architecture, engineering and construction and showcase Greenfire as a viable option for a career in construction.

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"I would like to thank Greenfire for their continued support to our program. It shows they believe in the services we provide for our community."

Song Xiong-Buck

Older Adults Center Manager

Milwaukee Christian Center

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FCP Travelling Times Museum Grand Re-Opening.


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