Granary building getting new roof

The Teweles & Brandeis granary building will have a new metal roof topping its exterior in the next week.  Tuesday, Heins Contractors from Sun Prairie began prepping the rooftop of the historic building which was relocated to Sturgeon Bay’s east side ten months ago.  The new roof will take between seven to ten days to complete after new plywood is fitted on the old granary, according to Shawn Fairchild of the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society.  He added that the roof may be only temporary but will protect the structure through at least the winter.  You can see a video of work being done on the Teweles & Brandeis granary roof in the multi-media section on the homepage.





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