Subcontractors currently hired for the project include:
- DeKeyser Construction, Green Bay (site utilities);
- HJ Martin & Son, Inc., Green Bay (glass and glazing);
- Martin Security Systems, Inc., Green Bay (security cameras);
- Northeast Asphalt Inc., Green Bay (asphalt);
- Ostrenga Excavating Inc., Green Bay (excavation);
- Reeke-Marold, Green Bay (plumbing/heating);
- Tweet/Garot Mechanical, Green Bay (plumbing/heating);
- VDH Electric Inc., Green Bay (electric and data);
- Wayne's Caulking Inc., Green Bay (caulking);
- IEI General Contractors, De Pere (concrete);
- Wm. A. Hein Construction, De Pere (masonry);
- Otis Elevator, Kaukauna (elevators and escalators);
- JF Ahern, Appleton (fire protection);
- Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah (steel erection, concrete, masonry, steel);
- Appleton Lathing Corporation, Neenah (drywall);
- Merrill Iron & Steel, Schofield (structural steel supply);
- Central Restoration LLC, Oakfield (traffic coatings);
- ICP Inc., Germantown (architectural precast concrete);
- Dataline Services Inc., Wauwatosa (camera wiring).
Miron Construction, of Neenah, Wis., is the construction manager for the project;
Hammes Company Sports Development Inc., of Madison, Wis., is the project manager;
Elkus Manfredi is the project’s design architect.
As an economic impact and benefit to the community, the project is expected to employ approximately 1,600 workers over the next two years and provide more than $70 million in wages. Long term, the additional 6,700 seats will potentially generate approximately $11 million annually in new spending impacts in Brown County from non-residents, according to a study by AECOM released in September 2010 by the Green Bay/Brown County Professional Football Stadium District that projected the impact of additional seating at the stadium.