In May 2015, we announced our store location at 921 E. Washington St., Bloomington, in the empty lot next to the Beer Nuts factory.
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Nicole Klimek started working with co-ops about 10 years ago doing store planning, design and interior design. She has a background in community development, interior design and business marketing. Using these skills Nicole has helped over 70 food co-ops with store planning, green practices and design, LEED certification and efficient store operations.
Nicole is also an accredited interior designer and helps co-ops create a cohesive brand and décor scheme to help the store convey the message they need to represent themselves in their community.
Mike Carithers and Andy Kaufman established Catalyst Construction to bring a level of stewardship excellence to projects. Their strength is in mid-sized projects such as Green Top Grocery, and they work extensively with business, healthcare and ministry clientele. Many of Catalyst’s team were already GTG owners, and the board was impressed with their commitment to delivering a successful, on-time, on-budget project. As the construction managers for the Green Top project, they are tasked with managing the bid process and keeping everything running smoothly from start to finish.
Recent projects include: Nussbaum Transportation, Leroy Fire District new facilities, Kemp’s Tap & Public Hall’s new restaurant, Heritage Enterprises’ Evergreen Place renovations in Normal, Cornerstone Christian Academy interior build-out, and many projects for Advocate BroMenn facilities in and around Bloomington-Normal.
More information about Food Deserts can be found on the USDA website.