A major business in the Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park will be adding to its sizeable footprint on South Neenah Avenue soon. Therma-Tron-X (TTX) will be building an addition of over 3,300 square feet that will also change the look of the existing façade facing the street.
Owner Brad Andrae says the project will more than double the size of TTX’s maintenance facility while putting a second-story mezzanine inside the original building. The expansion will also allow for adding 30 more engineers to the 90 they already have working at TTX. Andrae shares the details of the new addition and other future plans for the facility.
The Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park Development Review Team approved TTX’s application for the addition last week. Andrae adds that the new roof and addition should be completed by the end of the year while the earlier purchase of land to the south will allow for two new expansion plans in the future. Employing nearly 300 workers, Therma-Tron-X was founded in 1969 and specializes in manufacturing automated paint-finishing systems and water treatment equipment.