Industrial & Manufacturing Portfolio

3801 E. Decorah Road, West Bend, WI
Serigraph's Auto Graphics Printing Facility is used for the high-tech printing of automotive instrument panel components. This plant consists of approximately 130,000 square feet of production area including explosive solvent and ink storage areas, a 2,500-square-foot Class 10,000 Clean Room and a 10,000-square-foot Class 100,000 Clean Room. The state-of-the-art mechanical system was designed to meet air emission requirements by incorporating a unique biofilter that exhausts plant air containing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at a rate of 45,000 cubic feet per minute.

The office area encompasses 36,000 square feet of high-level finished space, with the exterior presenting an architectural precast concrete façade. This project totaled 166,000 square feet and included all site development of a 10-acre rural site.


5350 S. Emmer Drive, New Berlin, WI
Beechwood This facility consisted of 17,850 s.f. of corporate office space along with 88,000 square feet of cold storage and shipping area. A major consideration in the design and construction was the flow of product through the facility to maintain the shortest life span from production to customer’s refrigerator.  Exterior site design and improvements on the 15-acre site required a smooth flow of numerous trucks delivering and picking up on a daily basis.  To complete this facility in the scheduled time frame, the building construction type selected was steel frame with an insulated architectural precast panel façade.


935 S. 5th Street, Milwaukee, WI
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This 58,000-square-foot addition entailed the construction of a 35,000-s.f. manufacturing plant expansion plus a two story 15,000-s.f. corporate office  and an 8,000-s.f. underground parking structure. It was constructed on a very constrained site in the Walker’s Point area of Milwaukee. A major challenge in the design and construction of this project was tying in the floor elevations and access to three existing buildings, each of various construction materials and finished floor elevations.



9600 S. 58th Street, Franklin, WI

Krones 1

Krones 2
This firm is a leader in the high-speed labeling industry. In 1972 we constructed an initial 26,000-square-foot office and assembly plant, and since have added on to the facility 16 times. The facility now totals approximately 290,000 square feet, and is constructed of a masonry bearing structure with steel frame. In addition to the new building construction, Jens has performed all renovations, machine tool foundations, and other miscellaneous work for this long-term client.

16300 W. Lincoln Avenue, New Berlin, WI


The project at Chr. HANSEN New Berlin facility included the complete renovation of a 100,000-square-foot former tire distribution center to a manufacturing plant for food enzymes and additives. Included was the complete renovation of the existing office portion of the facility, and a new façade for the structure. Numerous additional projects have been constructed at this clients West Allis facility as well.

Chr Hansen


N26 W23314 Paul Road, Pewaukee, WI


Regal Point 2

Regal Point 1

This 32,000-square-foot multi-tenant building is constructed of architectural precast wall panels.  A 20 foot clear height with three (3) loading docks and two (2) overhead doors were constructed to provide maximum “flexibility” for future tenant construction.

Upon completion of the “shell” building Jens finished-out 13,000 square feet for their own corporate headquarters and 19,000 square feet of warehouse space for a national product merchandising firm.

9775 S. 60th Street, Franklin, WI

New 40,000-square-foot masonry plant and office facility for meat processing and packaging operations. The facility includes warehouse, packaging, cooler, offices and support rooms. Jens has constructed several plant expansions since constructing the original facility for this client.

9050 W. Heather Avenue, Milwaukee, WI

This 53,000-square-foot facility was constructed for A. L. Schutzman’s roasting and processing operations of edible nuts and snack products. A precast wall panel system was utilized in the processing area, and the 10,000-square-foot high-end office area is set apart by its decorative brick veneer.

6400 W. Enterprise Drive, Mequon, WI

Manufacturing lab expansion and high power lab construction consisting of extreme temperature testing lab and mezzanine.


Rockwell Automation
Gehl Co.
Dynamic Machine Tool
Kleen-Pak Foods
National Baking Co.
Pioneer Holdings
Waukesha Engine
H & N Packaging
Total Petroleum
Mead Corporation