Please welcome Jeremiah Boushka to VerHalen Commercial Interiors! He joins us as Assistant Project Manager at our Green Bay location. Jeremiah has been involved in various aspects of construction since he was a teenager. He has spent time building homes, in addition to cabinetry, roof trusses, and working in plumbing. He gained acoustical ceiling experience while residing in both Sacramento and San Diego, California. From Denmark, Wisconsin, Jeremiah is married with three kids and lives in the Green Bay area. He enjoys spending time volunteering at his kids’ school and athletic activities. He also likes being outdoors, spending time with … Continue reading
VerHalen Welcomes Jenny Christianson
Please welcome Jenny Christianson to the VerHalen Team! Jenny comes to us with 8 years of Human Resources experience in construction and food manufacturing. She will be leading the recruiting efforts for both VerHalen Commercial Interiors and Pella Windows and Doors of Wisconsin and working with Melissa Jeanquart, Human Resource Manager. Jenny is originally from Navarino, Wisconsin and graduated from Marian University in Fond du lac in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources. Jenny and her boyfriend Jed live in Shawano with his daughter, Ava (9 years old). They like spending … Continue reading
VerHalen Team Anticipates a Great 2018
The year 2018 has officially arrived. Here’s what VerHalen employees are looking forward to with the remaining 11 months of 2018. Alex Martel, Assistant Project Manager: “2018 will bring many new opportunities to show the professionalism and efficiency of our company. In my new career, there has already been success on many different levels. For example, we were nominated as Arco-Murray’s safe contractor of the year at the Cintas project which goes to show how much our clients appreciate us at VerHalen. Growing our team in Green Bay and Milwaukee is exciting as well as it shows that we are … Continue reading
The Reception Area: Your Company’s Most Important Space
In office design, the reception area is one of the most important spaces. Experts say that in many ways, your reception area works as your business card. When visitors walk through your doors, there should be an instant impression made in regards to who you are as a company. Guests should be able to grasp almost immediately the brand of your business, in addition to what your business does. The representation that’s portrayed in your reception area should be the absolute best representation possible as people form opinions based off of this initial impression. And, first impressions oftentimes last with us for a long time. … Continue reading
VerHalen Welcomes Justin Gelhausen
Please welcome Justin Gelhausen to the VerHalen Commercial Interiors team! Justin comes to VerHalen with over 10 years of experience in the drywall business. Justin will be leading drywall project management activities for our growing VerHalen Milwaukee office. Justin is originally from Antigo, Wisconsin and graduated from UW-Platteville in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction Management with a minor in Drafting and Product Development. He later received his Masters of Science in Project Management from UW-Platteville in May of 2011. Justin is married to his wife Sheila (who is also from Antigo) and together they have three sons: James (5 years old) … Continue reading
Fourth Quarter Newsletter 2017
Read about the latest news from VerHalen Commercial Interiors in the Fourth Quarter Newsletter.
A Winter Retreat: Interiors Inspiration Palette
With the year wrapping up, so is our yearlong inspiration palette project. Not familiar with our seasonal palette projects? Our goal is to embody the essence of each current season while utilizing various materials that are used in interior design. Materials include wallcovering, flooring, paint chips, upholstery fabric, tile and other finishes that are utilized in interiors projects. If you haven’t yet checked out our spring, summer, and fall inspiration palettes, take a look! This winter palette is easily our favorite. It incorporates crisp whites and cool greys for an airy, tone-on-tone look. In the winter months, it’s almost as though the world feels more quiet. Some of us fully welcome the solitude … Continue reading
Foundations Project Results
Since 1965, Foundations has been providing counseling services, foster care services, child therapy and marriage counseling to the Northeast Wisconsin community. The organization, which has been known as American Foundation of Counseling Services (AFCS) for the last 50 years, recently changed their name and went through a complete brand transformation. In addition, the agency moved to an existing facility reconstructed with their clients in mind. The new Green Bay location underwent exciting renovations. VerHalen’s field crew installed acoustical ceilings at the facility and our Furniture & Interior Design department provided the furniture. The interior was designed by Berners-Schober, an architectural, engineering and interior design firm located in Green … Continue reading
Happy Holidays from the VerHalen Team!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from our team! Best wishes for a happy holiday season and our sincerest thanks for your support and partnership.
Jump into Fall: Interiors Inspiration Palette
After we completed our inspiration palette for summer and the leaves began to change with cooling temperatures, our design team started collecting materials for our fall palette, which is warm, earthy and textural. Not familiar with our seasonal palette projects? Our goal is to embody the essence of each current season while utilizing various materials that are used in interior design. With the temperatures and amount of daylight dropping rapidly, many people turn inward during the fall. The comfort that sweaters, soft blankets and hot drinks bring is soothing with winter gradually approaching. We brought in cozy fabrics, like velvet and felt to capture this need to stay warm with transitioning weather. We also took … Continue reading