Getting the Goods to Market for a Food Distribution Facility


Pabst Farms is a 1,500-acre master-planned development in southeastern Wisconsin, incorporating light industrial, retail, residential and open space. The development is anchored by an $80 million, 1,075,000-square-foot retail food distribution facility. But, existing roadways adjacent to the distribution facility were not sufficient to support in- and out-bound truck traffic.


The existing two-lane rural roadway was upgraded to a four-lane urban construction. Truck-actuated flashing yellow beacons along STH 67 were incorporated, and a mix of asphalt and concrete pavement was installed to accommodate heavy truck use.


  • Fast-track project schedule
  • Owner, multi-agency, municipality and design firm involvement
  • Roadway design
  • Traffic engineering
  • Permitting and approvals
  • Construction observation

Food Distribution Warehouse at Pabst Farms

Oconomowoc, Wis.

Pabst Farms


  • Industrial
  • Food and Beverage
  • Food/Retail Architecture
  • Architecture and Building Design